Dawn Ng, Into Air is curated by Jenn Ellis, APSARA Studio and presented by Sullivan & Strumpf
About Sullivan + Strumpf
Sullivan+Strumpf is one of Asia-Pacific’s leading contemporary art galleries, representing the most engaging Australian and international artists. Celebrating 15 years in 2020, Sullivan+Strumpf was founded by co-directors Ursula Sullivan and Joanna Strumpf in 2005. The gallery has grown to have spaces in Sydney and Singapore and represents 40 established and emerging artists, artist collectives and artist estates from across the Asia-Pacific and East Asia. The gallery presents an ambitious program of diverse exhibitions, publications and talks, and an international art fair schedule spanning Australia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Taiwan. Sullivan+Strumpf has proudly helped to foster the careers of some of the most significant contemporary artists in the region and remains dedicated to supporting artists to realise their visions and forge long-term artistic careers.
About Apsara Studio
APSARA is a global curatorial studio led by a sensitivity for art, space and context. Founded by curator Jenn Ellis in 2019, with decades of industry experience from Hong Kong to London to Geneva to New York, APSARA makes meaningful projects and connections happen. With a belief that art is one of the most empathetic yet critical mediums by which one can communicate about topics, APSARA’s thoughtful and innovative projects have been featured in Art Review, The Art Newspaper, Artnet, Artsy, ARTnews, Elephant Magazine, Wallpaper, Evening Standard, Modern House, amongst others; institutional collaborations include Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Hayward Gallery and Tate. In particular, APSARA is passionate about creating long-term sensitive dialogue, across regions, mediums and disciplines.