Daryl Goh is an award-winning artist, curator and educator based in Singapore and Melbourne. Currently a nominator and judge for prominent art prizes, he lectures at the LASALLE College of the Arts in partnership with Goldsmiths, University of London. Among the global publications including print, web and national television that have commended his work, he has been featured alongside Mark Rothko in the publication, The Best Modern and Contemporary Artists 2015. Daryl's work has been extended across the globe to prestigious venues including the Carrousel Du Louvre at Paris' Louvre Palace and the Parallax Art Fair, United Kingdom's biggest annual art gathering. On top of that, he curated one of Singapore's largest annual festivals, Noise Singapore's The Apprenticeship Programme for the National Arts Council (Singapore) that featured more than 70 artists at the Singapore Art Museum.
Daryl is the founding curator for NPE Art Residency, and is also on the Advisory Panel and Selection Committee for the prestigious art incubator, The Aquila Trust. He is a frequent guest lecturer and has been a member of the Singapore Contemporary Young Artists since 2012.