17 October – 16 November 2014
As part of the Korean Festival 2014, Space Cottonseed presents a group exhibition of eleven Singaporean and Korean artists: Seeun Ahn, Wonjung Choi, Youngjun Choi, Kira Kim, Urich Lau, Justin Lee, Seungah Lee, Jinhyun Park, Shinyoung Park, Sangjun Roh, and Grace Tan. The participating artists aim to represent their own viewpoints in today’s world. By involving the viewers in their works, the artists are able to demonstrate their particular rebellion against or reaction to modern-day society.
Hari Ini Dalam Sejarah (This Day in History)
17 October – 23 November 2014
For Malaysian artist Vincent Leong’s second solo exhibition in Singapore, the artist presents his new body of works across multiple media. The artist explores the ideas of nationalism, patriotism, propaganda, history and progress, and how they all relate to each other.
HISASHI TENMYOUYA x INDIEGUERILLAS
17 October – 30 November 2014
For HISASHI TENMYOUYA x INDIEGUERILLAS, Mizuma Gallery brought together prominent Japanese and Indonesian contemporary artists to curate the exhibition. The artists fused their respective cultural influences and histories to present their unique approaches to contemporary art. Through this, we are able to discern both the similarities and differences between these two distinctly Asian cultures.
Echoes of Anticipation
14 November – 31 December 2014
This group exhibition features works by some of Singapore’s most acclaimed artists, including Ashley Yeo, Jimmy Ong, Khairullah Rahim and Luke Heng. It serves to highlight Singaporean talent, and is a preview of the upcoming FOST programming in 2015 for SG50.
Genevieve Chua: Parabola
Tomio Koyama Gallery
21 November – 21 December 2014
This exhibition presents a new series of shaped [curved] canvas paintings by Singaporean artist Genevieve Chua. The series, Parabola, follows up on the artist's Unnatural History Drawings series which addresses the “taxonomy of museum specimen classification systems."
Pearl Lam Galleries
22 November 2014 – 8 January 2015
This exhibition debuts a new body of work covering many media by Filipino artist José Santos III. The works in 2hide represent a play on the exhibition title, by drawing attention to mundane objects that are usually ignored, or hidden, in daily life.
VISIT GILLMAN BARRACKS AT 9 LOCK ROAD, SINGAPORE 108937
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