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At Sullivan+Strumpf, FX Harsono pays tribute to victims of the 1947-1949 Indonesian massacres.

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At NTU CCA, an exhibition on Asian performance artists such as Lee Wen.

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At Mizuma Gallery, Entang Wiharso examines notions of diaspora and displacement.

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Berndnaut Smilde's photograph Nimbus Powerstation at Singapore International Photography Festival.

Six Years Of Good Art

Gillman Barracks celebrates its sixth anniversary with another strong slate of shows
Sep 28, 2018 5:50 AM

SAY WHAT YOU WILL about Gillman Barracks as a business, it's still the best place in Singapore to see cutting-edge art. As it celebrates its sixth anniversary, detractors may still harp on the problems it's faced over the years - low footfall; losing five galleries in its third year; belatedly

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