(b. 1940, Singapore)
Iskandar Jalil is Singapore's well-known master potter. He was trained in Japan in the '70s. Iskandar's style is organic, with hints of Japanese techniques. His works speak of Japanese discipline, infused with the philosophy of Southeast Asia such as the Islamic motifs and of his travels.
Iskandar's works have been featured in public and private collections. In 1988, he received the Cultural Medallion for is contributions to the visual arts scene in Singapore.
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