Vincent Leow

b. 1961, Singapore
Lives and works in Singapore

Vincent is an artist and an art educator whose practice spans a wide range of genres from sculpture, installation, performance art to painting and mixed-media. He studied and graduated with a Diploma in Fine Art (Sculpture) from De La Salle College of Arts, Philippines in 1987. He then obtained his Master of Fine Art from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 1991, and Doctorate of Fine Art from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology In Melbourne (RMIT) in 2005.

Vincent taught art at De La Salle University, Philippines (2003-2007) and Sharjah University, College of Fine Arts and Design in the United Arab Emirates (2008 -2013). He has also exhibited internationally and regionally. Vincent’s works have been collected and commissioned by various public institutions such as museums, corporate companies, and private collections both locally and internationally.

Vincent was awarded the ‘Culture Award’ by the Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry for his contribution to the arts in 2002. He represented Singapore in the 52nd Venice Biennale of Contemporary Art (2007); the 9th Indian Triennial of Contemporary Art, New Dehli, India (1997); and the 1st Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Australia (1993).

Biography information from School of the Arts Singapore, June 2023

Country: Singapore
Social Media: @vincentleow