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Intersecting Histories displays some of the most significant and stimulating contemporary art works created by artists in Southeast Asia.  The artworks, produced between the 1970s until the present, highlight distinctive moments or turning points in the emergence and development of the contemporary in Southeast Asian Art, such as Jim Supangkat’s Ken Dedes (1975), Cheo Chai Hiang’s And Miles to Go Before I Sleep (1976) and Redza Piyadasa’s Four Propositions (1977).

The works were selected from the permanent holdings of the Singapore Art Museum, the National Art Gallery, Singapore, the National University of Singapore Museum and private collections, including Artesan Gallery + Studio, Singapore, Nadi Gallery, Jakarta, and Dr. Oei Hong Djien, Magelang, Indonesia.