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AGAS Presents Singapore's First Gallery Weekend!

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AGAS Presents Singapore's First Gallery Weekend!
AGAS Executive Committee, 2020, Guillaume Levy-Lambert, Audrey Yeo, Terry Lee, Khai Hori, Theresia Irma, Rita Targui, Rachel Teo, and Marie-Pierre Mol, Image courtesy of AGAS

Art Galleries Association Singapore (AGAS) will be presenting the first edition of Singapore Gallery Weekend, which will take place from 20 to 22 November in over 30 galleries across the country. The newly elected Executive Committee of AGAS will be spearheading this inaugural event. Their aim is to promote a landscape of collaboration, diversity, and exchange for the visual arts landscape of art galleries in Singapore. The Singapore Gallery Weekend is part of AGAS' plans to invigorate the local arts scene with fresh insights and efforts within the context of the fluid environment of the art industry.

This ground-breaking event will be held as a three-day open house, comprising a myriad of new exhibitions, artworks, artist talks, events, performances, which will take place both offline and online. 

Scroll down to learn more about some of the exciting exhibitions held during this event: 

AGAS Executive Committee, Audrey Yeo, Rita Targui, Rachel Teo, Guillaume Levy-Lambert,  Khai Hori, Terry Lee, Theresia Irma, and Marie-Pierre Mol, Image courtesy of AGAS

Rita Targui, Director of STPI, Image courtesy of AGAS

STPI will be holding 'Pulpable Moments', a pop-up exhibition featuring paper pulp works by artists such as Goh Beng Kwan, Hong Zhu An, and Shinro Ohtake. This exhibition will highlight these artists' creative pursuit, and their use of organic, fibrous works developed in STPI's in-house paper mill.

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Rock Island - Goh Beng Kwan (Available on The Artling)

Audrey Yeo, Founder of Yeo Workshop, Image courtesy of AGAS

Yeo Workshop will be presenting a whimsical solo exhibition by Singapore-based Taiwanese-American artist Mike HJ Chang, 'Calendar of Dilation'. This exhibition marks the second solo collaboration between Chang and Yeo Workshop. In this exhibition, Mike experiments with a bold visual language across a variety of media, such as paintings, sculptures, and film, to articulate the relationship between time and the body; the way the former flows, alters, and disorients.

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Three Doorways in October - Mike HJ Chang (Available on The Artling)

Terry Lee, Founder & Director of Art Seasons, Image courtesy of AGAS

Min Zaw will be presenting 'Abstracted Reflection 2', a solo exhibition featuring his first Abstracted Reflection series at Art Seasons Gallery. The Burmese artist's series features his incorporation of ancient Japanese and traditional Myanmar visuals, motives, and colours in his collage works.

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Inle Lake No. 2 - Min Zaw (Available on The Artling)

Image courtesy of AGAS

"Aligned with our focus of bridging public and private offerings, SG Gallery Weekend combines the efforts of our arts communities and seeks to bring art closer to the general public.” - Rachel Teo, Founding Director of The Private Museum, Singapore

Learn more about AGAS on their Instagram: @agas.sg



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