《诗心牵影》 新书发布及画展会开幕 Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows Book Launch and Exhibition Opening

《诗心牵影》 新书发布及画展会开幕 Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows Book Launch and Exhibition Opening

《诗心牵影》POETIC HEARTS, LINGERING SHADOWS

《诗心牵影》是画家郑林林及诗人成君第一次合作的作品。郑林林将熟悉的新加坡地标景物画出来,成君则以诗歌来描述叙情,塑造诗人对新加坡地标的心界和眼界。诗集以水墨画及诗歌微妙的配搭,激发读者带着一颗诗心去审视周边的景物。这本书以多元社群的和谐为主题,反映我国的历史面貌和人文动态。

《诗心牵影》是为庆祝新加坡书籍理事会于2018成立50周年而特别出版, 新书发布会也为配合世界书香日(4月23日)及新加坡开埠 200 周年而举行。与此同时,理事会也将举办一个画作及诗歌的展览,假新加坡华族文化中心从4月27日至5月5日展出。

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In a first collaboration, painter Zheng Lin Lin and poet Cheng Jun have come together to launch their book Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows (Shi Xin Qian Ying) that features a collection of their ink paintings and poetry. The realism captured by Zheng’s works of familiar local landmarks is paired with the evocative poetry by Cheng Jun. The juxtaposition of the two art forms invites the readers to look at their surroundings afresh with a poetic heart. This anthology is centred on the theme “harmony in multiculturalism”, reflecting Singapore's history and diverse cultures.

The special publication of Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows marks the 50th anniversary of the Singapore Book Council in 2018, while the book launch is held to mark World Book Day (23 April) and in conjunction with the Singapore bicentennial.  As part of the book launch, there will be an exhibition of the ink paintings and poetry at the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre from April 27 to May 5.

Make a donation to SBC and receive a copy of the book. By making a contribution of $20 to SBC, you will receive a complimentary copy of Poetic Hearts, Lingering Shadows. Please email [email protected] for more information.


《诗心牵影》新书发布会及展览开幕

日期:2019年4月27日(星期六)
时间:下午2时至4时
地点:新加坡华族文化中心 
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Gallery, Level 2
1 Straits Boulevard

Singapore 018906 (地图)

仅限邀请

 

《诗心牵影》展览

日期:2019年4月27日至5月5日
时间:上午10时至下午6时
地点:新加坡华族文化中心 
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Gallery, Level 2
1 Straits Boulevard

Singapore 018906 (地图)

入场免费

 

Book Launch and Exhibition Opening

Date: April 27 (Saturday)
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre 
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Gallery, Level 2
1 Straits Boulevard

Singapore 018906 (Map)

By Invitation Only

 

Exhibition

Date: April 27 – May 5
Time: 10am –6pm
Venue: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre 
Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple Gallery, Level 2
1 Straits Boulevard

Singapore 018906 (Map)

Free Entry


作者成君 Cheng Jun/Seng Thai Chong

成君,原名成泰忠。1951年出生于新加坡。毕业于南洋大学历史学系。从事书业工作20余年, 曾任新加坡书业文具商公会会长、新加坡华文出版协会副会长。现主编《新加坡文艺》和《新加坡诗刊》两份文学刊物。2012年获第13届“亚细安文学奖” 。

Born in 1951 and graduated from Nanyang University, Cheng Jun has been active in the literary and publishing community for more than 20 years. He is the President of the Singapore Literature Society and had overseen the Singapore Booksellers and Stationers Association and the Singapore Chinese Publishers Association. The winner of the 13th ASEAN Literature Award, he is also the Chief Editor of two publications Singapore Literature and Singapore Poetry.

 

画家郑林林 Zheng Lin Lin

郑林林,1952年出生于新加坡。自小学习水墨画,人物画和书法。从1990年开始在中小学教水墨画和书法。20年来他参加各处书画展览会。他的水彩画,分钢笔速写和毛笔速写,由于受中国画影响,水彩速写的构图里有水墨画的意趣,受收藏家关注而收藏。

Zheng Lin Lin was born in 1952 in Singapore, and has been learning Chinese ink painting, figure painting and calligraphy since young. Since 1990, he has been teaching ink painting and calligraphy in primary and secondary schools, and has been featured in various exhibitions over the past 20 years. His works have been collected by art collectors over the years.

 

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