22 Apr '15, 12pm

Singapore’s famed art cluster at Gillman Barracks loses one third of its tenants

Although such a great number of galleries will be leaving Gillman Barracks, others will soon be opening and will be announced in May, according to Singapore’s Economic Development Board, who built the site. Meanwhile, Ota Fine Arts, which was originally situated in Block 47, has moved to a better and larger location on Lock Road, and ARNDT is also expanding its space. Kow Ree Na, responsible for the site at the Singapore Economic Development Board, told

Full article: http://artradarjournal.com/2015/04/17/gillman-barracks-mi...

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theartnewspaper.com 14 Apr '15, 4pm

Five galleries are closing at Gillman Barracks in Singapore, a contemporary art cluster that houses 17 spaces—both for-pro...

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news.asiaone.com 21 Apr '15, 12am

After three years of persistently low footfall, the Gillman Barracks art enclave is served its worst blow yet: Nearly a th...