b. 1967, Singapore

Ian Woo Biography

Born in 1967 in Singapore, Ian Woo lives and works in Singapore. After graduating from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore) in 1991, he received a master's degree in European Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art (U.K.) in 1995 and a research practice DFA with RMIT University (Australia) in 2006. His recent solo exhibitions include "How I Forgot to be Happy" at Tomio Koyama Gallery Singapore (2013) and "Ian Woo: A Review 1995 - 2011" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore (2011).

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Selected group exhibitions include "Market Forces - Erasure: From Conceptualism To Abstraction" at Osage Gallery, Hong Kong (2014) and "Encounter: The Royal Academy in Asia" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore (2012). His works are acquired by institutions such as Singapore Art Museum, the National Gallery Singapore and UBS. Woo is featured in the recent publication "Art of the New Cities: 21st Century Avant-Gardes" (Phaidon, 2013).

Born in 1967 in Singapore, Ian Woo lives and works in Singapore. After graduating from the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Singapore) in 1991, he received a master's degree in European Fine Art at the Winchester School of Art (U.K.) in 1995 and a research practice DFA with RMIT University (Australia) in 2006. His recent solo exhibitions include "How I Forgot to be Happy" at Tomio Koyama Gallery Singapore (2013) and "Ian Woo: A Review 1995 - 2011" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore (2011).

Selected group exhibitions include "Market Forces - Erasure: From Conceptualism To Abstraction" at Osage Gallery, Hong Kong (2014) and "Encounter: The Royal Academy in Asia" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore (2012). His works are acquired by institutions such as Singapore Art Museum, the National Gallery Singapore and UBS. Woo is featured in the recent publication "Art of the New Cities: 21st Century Avant-Gardes" (Phaidon, 2013).

Ian Woo Featured Artworks

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Gateway by Ian Woo contemporary artwork painting, works on paper
Ian WooGateway, 2021Acrylic on linen
160 x 155 x 3.2 cm
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
SOFT ELBOW by Ian Woo contemporary artwork painting, sculpture
Ian WooSOFT ELBOW, 2021Multi-part installation (works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper; works with pigment on compressed STPI handmade paper with aluminium insert
STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery Contact Gallery
We Have Crossed The Lake by Ian Woo contemporary artwork painting
Ian WooWe Have Crossed The Lake, 2009Acrylic on linen
194 x 244 cm
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