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2013.02.01 Fri, by Ran Dian
Singapore

The island city-state is the emerging cultural hub in South East Asia, investing heavily in institutions such as the Singapore Art Museum, the Singapore Biennial, Art Stage Singapore art fair, a dedicated art Freeport facility, and now the Gillman Barracks commercial gallery enclave.

There is a sense that while Singapore cannot compete with the Hong Kong auction scene or its art fair (now run by the world’s leading art fair, ArtBasel), the country is determined to build cultural institutions, partly  for regional reputation but also as an example of its growing “soft-power” diplomacy, and along the way becoming the reliable regional marketplace for art, much as Switzerland has become in Europe over the past century, minus only the clocks and Alps.

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GALLERIES  – GILLMAN BARRACKS

Arndt
Equator Art Projects
Fost Gallery
Future Perfect
Michael Jansson Gallery
Mizuma Gallery
Ota Fine Arts
Partners & Mucciaccia
Pearl Lam Galleries (opening 2013)
ShanghART
Silverlens
Space Cottonseed
Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore
The Drawing Room
Tomio Koyama Gallery Singapore
Non-profit
Center for Contemporary Art (CCA)-  national research centre of Nanyang Technological University

GALLERIES – CITY

2902 Gallery
Art Seasons Gallery
Chan Hampe Galleries
Gajah Gallery