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Ota Fine Arts.

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NTU CCA.

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Marvin Tang at Mizuma Gallery.

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Chun Kwang Young at Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

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Sundaram Tagore Gallery.

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Wah Nu at Richard Koh Fine Art.

Gillman Barracks reopens

Singapore’s premier visual arts cluster welcomes visitors back
Jul 3, 2020 5:50 AM

WHEN GILLMAN BARRACKS reopened recently, gallerists had quite a bit cleaning to do. There were cobwebs, lizard droppings and ant infestations. There were strange eggs and scratch marks on low-lying objects. Fortunately the artworks were largely left alone – as if the natural inhabitants of the

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