John Clang, born Ang Choon Leng (), is a New York-based Singaporean photographer and visual artist. Clang's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide.〔(I See China at Pékin Fine Arts )〕〔
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(National Museum of Singapore – Human Faces )〕 National Museum of Singapore〔(John Clang at The National Museum of Singapore )〕 and Singapore Art Museum acquired his artwork as part of their permanent collection.〔(DesignTAXI.com )〕
In January 2013, a showcase of over 90 works by Clang was exhibited at the National Museum of Singapore, together with more than 40 historical family portraits from the museum's collection.〔(artinasia.com )〕〔(TODAYonline )〕
Clang was born Ang Choon Leng (汪春龙) in Singapore. He earned his moniker while in the National Service in Singapore as his badge read C L Ang.〔(Her World, June 2010 )〕 At age 17 he enrolled in Lasalle College of the Arts in Singapore to study fine arts but left after six months to assist fine-art photographer Chua Soo Bin, who received the Cultural Medallion in 1988.〔(National Online Repository of the Arts )〕
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