Sujak Rahman

Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Road
Block B #05-05
Singapore 439053

sujakarts@gmail.com

Sujak Rahman has been regarded as one of the finest artists in the art of batik painting in Singapore and Asia. He is largely inspired by the human spirit – especially the beauty and strength of women in their symbolic role as the mother. His art can be described as provocative, which often tinkles with the personal thoughts and perceptions of his audience. His works are minimal and modern, yet at the same time rich and traditional. This unique style has generated a strong following from private collectors locally and internationaly.

Since 1976, Sujak has held seven solos in Singapore and Japan, with the latest one in Singapore in 2012. His works have been shown in group exhibitions in Japan, Moscow, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. He has represented Singapore at art fairs in Japan, Hong Kong and Korea. He has also been teaching the art of batik painting for almost forty years.

Sujak’s list of awards include: the National Day Art Award (1976), Merit Prize at Singapore Innovations in Art (1981), First Prize at the Hokkaido International Culture Exchange Award (1986), ‘Pingat APAD’ (1987), and Merit Prize at the IBM Art Award (1989)

Sujak Rahman

Goodman Arts Centre
90 Goodman Road
Block B #05-05
Singapore 439053

sujakarts@gmail.com

Sujak Rahman has been regarded as one of the finest artists in the art of batik painting in Singapore and Asia. He is largely inspired by the human spirit – especially the beauty and strength of women in their symbolic role as the mother. His art can be described as provocative, which often tinkles with the personal thoughts and perceptions of his audience. His works are minimal and modern, yet at the same time rich and traditional. This unique style has generated a strong following from private collectors locally and internationaly.

Since 1976, Sujak has held seven solos in Singapore and Japan, with the latest one in Singapore in 2012. His works have been shown in group exhibitions in Japan, Moscow, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. He has represented Singapore at art fairs in Japan, Hong Kong and Korea. He has also been teaching the art of batik painting for almost forty years.

Sujak’s list of awards include: the National Day Art Award (1976), Merit Prize at Singapore Innovations in Art (1981), First Prize at the Hokkaido International Culture Exchange Award (1986), ‘Pingat APAD’ (1987), and Merit Prize at the IBM Art Award (1989)

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CONTACT US

90 Goodman Road, Singapore 439053.
T +65 6342 5790 / F +65 6345 3712 / E: gac@artshouse.sg

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