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2015.12.23 Wed, by

CHRISTOPHER LE BRUN Solo exhibition at ARNDT Singapore

ARNDT is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Christopher Le Brun in January 2016. >> Read more
2015.10.07 Wed, by

SAVE THE DATE | ARNDT Singapore | Del Kathryn Barton ‘thehighway is a disco’

ARNDT is pleased to present the first major solo exhibition by Del Kathryn Barton outside of Australia. >> Read more
2015.06.30 Tue, by

Transition / Evacuation by Khadim Ali /ARNDT Singapore

ARNDT has partnered with Art Stage Singapore to host an exhibition walkthrough with Khadim Ali on Saturday, 27 June at 2.30 pm. >> Read more
2014.11.21 Fri, by

ARNDT Singapore – Qiu Zhijie, Opening Saturday, 15 November2014, 4 – 6 pm

ARNDT Singapore is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Qiu Zhijie, an internationally acclaimed artist based in Beijing, China. The show will be the artist's first individual appearance at ARNDT Singapore for which he created a new exciting body of work (including a large scale installation). >> Read more
2014.11.19 Wed, by

ARNDT Singapore – Opening Kaloy Sanchez, Saturday, November 22,2014, 3 – 6 pm

ARNDT SINGAPORE is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Kaloy Sanchez, a young and promising artist based in Manila, Philippines. >> Read more
2014.03.11 Tue, by

Entang Wiharso at Arndt Singapore

Entang Wiharso is an internationally acknowledged artist, particularly known for his large scale paintings, wall sculptures and installations. He is one of the most significant artists working in Southeast Asia today. >> Read more
2016.04.26 Tue, by

“100 Layers of Ink”
Arndt, Singapore

ARNDT will present works by leading Chinese artist Yang Jiechang. Entitled 100 Layers of Ink, the pieces dating back to the late eighties and are the result of focused repetition and process. >> Read more
2013.03.28 Thu, by

ARNDT Fine Art, Singapore

ARNDT Singapore is a project space, viewing room and Asian office. >> 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
2016.01.12 Tue, by

Southeast Asia Forum Talks Programme at Art Stage Singapore 2016

In its 2016 edition, Art Stage Singapore will introduce the Southeast Asia Forum, which aims to emphasise the balance between art, commerce and content. >> Read more

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