Preview: 3 exhibitions to see at Art After Dark, Gillman Barracks, Singapore


Art Radar selects three must-see exhibitions opening at Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks in Singapore.

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Animation in ink: Chinese artist Liu Yi’s “Flowing Feast” at ShanghART Singapore


Merging traditional ink practices with animation techniques, Liu Yi’s style is delicate and at times surreal.

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Southeast Asian art in a global context: National Gallery Singapore Director Eugene Tan – interview


Eugene Tan talks to Art Radar about the National Gallery Singapore and the future of Asian art.

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Gillman Barracks might be in trouble as galleries leave


Though famed international art cluster at Gillman Barracks is losing one third of its tenants, Singapore’s art scene continues to grow at a staggering pace.

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Young Indonesian artists unite for “Jogja Agro Pop” – in pictures


Artists explore urban culture in Yogyakarta at a show in Equator Art Projects at the Gillman Barracks, open until 18 January 2015.

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Destination Singapore: Art fairs head to the Southeast


More international art platforms turn to Singapore to establish a foothold in South East Asia. Art Radar talks to the directors of MIA&D and Singapore Art Fair, as well as the curator of the Lebanon Pavillion of the Singapore Art Fair about what the city-state has to offer.

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Indonesian artist Ivan Sagita and Jogja surrealism – in pictures


Jogja surrealism is explained through the works of Ivan Sagita whose first solo exhibition at the Gillman Barracks space in Singapore runs until 18 September.

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Contemporary art in… Singapore: Art Radar guide


Art Radar’s tips for your next visit to one of Asia’s top art hubs, Singapore.

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