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2017.05.03 Wed, by

“That Was Then, This is Now”
Jeremy Sharma, Irfan Hendrian, Faisal Habibi, Matthew Allen and Young Rim Lee
Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW addresses and explores notions of abstraction through works by five selected artists from the region in Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore's 2017 group exhibition which opens on 13 May. >> Read more
2019.06.05 Wed, by

Future Past – Group Show
Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney

Future Past: tradition and transgression in contemporary art from Asia, >> Read more
2018.11.27 Tue, by

S.E.A. Focus Unveils List of Participating Galleries and Artists

S.E.A. Focus, a new platform to raise attention on Southeast Asian modern and contemporary art, today revealed the list of galleries and artists partaking in its inaugural edition (23 – 27 January 2019). >> Read more
2017.05.11 Thu, by

SINGAPORE | THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW

THAT WAS THEN, THIS IS NOW addresses and explores notions of abstraction through works by five selected artists from the region in Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore’s >> Read more
2016.01.21 Thu, by

Sing Sing Breakout—Art Stage Singapore 2016

The government approaches this art market thingy the way a tiger mother might, not because art is good for folks but for glory and good marks—because she really is very competitive. It is soft power, red in tooth and claw. >> Read more
2015.02.12 Thu, by

Michael Janssen Berlin

In 1995, Michael Janssen opened his first gallery in Cologne where it operated for twelve years and held over eighty exhibtions. >> Read more
2015.01.04 Sun, by

Singapore in review: 2014

A look back at art in Singapore in 2014. >> Read more
2014.11.13 Thu, by

Dust and Shadows

How do you discuss something which is concealed, if doing so is to draw attention to—and thus negate—that concealment? Would an inquiry into evasion be itself evasive? >> Read more
History & Theory, 2014.08.20 Wed, by

The Crude Matter of History: LATENT SPACES at Haw Par Villa, Singapore

The exterior of this former theme park is a chromatic nightmare. A monstrous fabricated rock terrain, the geological terror fortifies the premises in a throbbing sprawl of blood red and sickly yellow. >> Read more
History & Theory, 2014.04.17 Thu, by

MARKET FORCES

Market Forces is an annual event that is part of Osage’s non-profit initiative. >> Read more

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