Lim Tze Peng
|Lim Tze Peng|
September 28, 1923 |
|Known for||Chinese ink painting|
|Awards||1963: Public Administration Medal (PPA), Singapore
1977: Special Prize, Commonwealth Art Exhibition, England
1981: Public Service Medal, Singapore
2003: Cultural Medallion Award (Art)
|Patron(s)||[Koh Seow Chuan ]|
Lim Tze Peng (Chinese: 林子平; pinyin: Lín Zǐ Píng; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Lîm Tsí-pîng) is a Singaporean artist who is a teacher by training and profession. He was awarded a Cultural Medallion in 2003 in recognition of his contribution to the country's art and culture.
|1970||1st Solo Exhibition||Singapore|
|1991||2nd Solo Exhibition||National Museum Art Gallery
Tze Peng by Himself, 1993, Singapore Art Fair presented by Gim Ng of Shenn's Fine Art, Singapore
|1995||Moments by Lim Tze Peng (solo)||curated and presented by Gim Ng of Shenn's Fine Art and Takashimaya Gallery
|1998||Meeting Places in Fleeting Spaces||Singapore Art Museum
|2003||Tze Peng||Singapore Art Museum
- Tze Peng, Lim (2007). 林子平:新加坡河的记忆 (Lim Tze Peng: Singapore River memory). Singapore: Cape of Good Hope Gallery.
- Chim Kang, Chua; Bridget Tracy, Tan, eds. (2003). Tze Peng. Singapore: Singapore Art Museum. ISBN 981-05-0094-7.
- NHB Press Release on exhibition Tze Peng in 2003
- Half length photograph portrait of Lim Tze Peng on National Library Board's Singapore Pages website
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