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Horikawa Lisa

Horikawa Lisa is Senior Curator and Director (Curatorial & Collections) at the National Gallery Singapore, overseeing the strategic development of collections including artworks and archives. Her current research interest is on the comparative examination of intersecting modernisms in Southeast Asia, East Asia and beyond, particularly in the 1930s to 1940s.  She was a lead curator ofBetween Declarations and Dreams: Art of Southeast Asia since the 19th century(2015), (Re)Collect: The Making of Our Collection (2018) and co-curated Reframing modernism: Painting from Southeast Asia, Europe and Beyond(2016).  Prior to joining the Gallery, she was curator at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum in Japan from 2003 to 2012 and a part of the Long March Project’s curatorial team in Beijing from 2002-2003.




Roundtable Conversation: Tanah Merdeka
Roundtable conversation with researchers and curators from different art museums and institutions within the context of Taring Padi's exhibition, Tanah Merdeka.