Shen Jiaqi Singaporean, b. 1989
An art practitioner and educator, Shen Jiaqi graduated from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in 2010. She has since been part of several exhibitions and art fairs in local galleries and institutions. In 2015, she graduated from National Institute of Education, and is currently teaching art in secondary schools.
Inspired by her experiences in her social and living environments, Shen creates works that speaks about various social issues that she encounters. Using imagery from nature and everyday life, she seeks to provide a window of quiet reflection for the viewer, and to invite conversation regarding similar ideas and experiences.
2020 ‘Comfort Zones’, Coda Culture, Singapore
2016 “Reveries of Recess” Capitol Piazza, Singapore
2019 “Aedge” An Exhibition of Singapore Art Educators, SOTA, Singapore
“Six Emerging Artists” Art Exhibition, Tide Gallery, Singapore
2018 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore
2016 Affordable Art Fair, Singapore: Spring16 Charity Feature Wall
A?Edge: An exhibition of Singapore Art Teachers, School of the Arts, Singapore
Seven deadly SINs (Strength in numbers)
A group exhibition with Band Of Doodles, Capitol Piazza
2015 Art bounties, organized by The Art Bounty, National Library, Singapore
Art Discovered Edition I, The Art Fellas Gallery
Affordable Art Fair: SG50 Feature Exhibition
2014 Uh: Art An exhibition by 14 BA undergraduates, National Institute of Education Art Gallery
Kaleidoscope- An exhibition of voices, Interdisciplinary art projects by Art Educators, National Institute of Education Art Gallery
Affordable Art Fair: 100th Feature Exhibition
2013 Semi Colon- Diploma in Education Graduation show 2013, National Institute of Education Art Gallery
2011 A collective exhibition of Self-portraits by 31 Art Educators, National Institute of Education Art Gallery
2010 Bedlam Lull - Fine Art Diploma Graduation Show 2010, Nanyang of Academy of Fine Arts
Yesterday’s Tomorrow: NAFA Fine Art W.I.P show, Artspace@Helutrans, Singapore
New BeginningsGroup Exhibition 17 Oct - 5 Nov 2020 ExhibitionsCuturi Gallery is delighted to present its first group exhibition in its brand-new home at 61 Aliwal Street. The new gallery is nestled in a conservation shophouse of 400 sqm, standing in Singapore’s vibrant arts and cultural precinct of Bras Basah.Bugis , home to a myriad of independent art spaces...