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Being and Becoming Chua Ek Kay (2013)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 6 March 2013 (Singapore)
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Documentary film about China-born Singaporean artist, Chua Ek Kay, pioneered new forms of representation in Chinese ink painting. Chua faced criticism from traditionalists while personally ... See full summary »

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Documentary film about China-born Singaporean artist, Chua Ek Kay, pioneered new forms of representation in Chinese ink painting. Chua faced criticism from traditionalists while personally struggling to resolve differences in East/West aesthetics, yet his perseverance ultimately yielded a quiet revolution in Singaporean art. Written by Anonymous

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10 Stars for sure!
2 June 2019 | by craig-ahrensSee all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed this terrific film. I'm not a big documentary sort of guy. But, this film sucked me in right away and wouldn't let go! This film was recommended to me. I'm really glad I decided to watch it. I've have long heard of this artist... but I had no idea just how extraordinary he was as a person. I totally recommend this film.


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