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ART SEASONS Singapore

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ART SEASONS Singapore
1 Selegie Road Singapore
Singapore
Venue Type: Gallery

Country:
singapore



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WEBSITE:  
http://www.artseasonsgallery.com
EMAIL:  
info@artseasonsgallery.com
OPEN HOURS:  
Monday to Saturday 11am -7pm. Close on Sundays and public holidays
PHONE:  
+65 6741 6366
FAX:  
+65 6741 6369
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DESCRIPTION

ART SEASONS first opened its doors in September of 2001 in Singapore. In collaboration with the Myanmar Gallery of Art, ART SEASONS started out promoting Burmese and other Asian art, before focusing on contemporary Chinese art in the last few years. Inspired by the sheer energy of artistic talent in China, we strive to nurture and develop these artists and create more awareness of their work.

Placing strong emphasis in showcasing new and interesting work, ART SEASONS has come to be associated with only the best of contemporary Asian Art. With a particular interest in the contemporary visual arts of China, we were one of the first galleries in Singapore to promote contemporary Chinese work. We have since carved our niche in this area. Now, the public looks to us to introduce them to the forerunners of the contemporary Chinese art scene.

Located at the fringes of Singapore’s Central Business District & Chinatown, the gallery is housed in a three and half-storey shophouse built by LOOK Architects. While not a conventional location for an art gallery, its modern raw concrete interior & multi-storied art space has won over everyone who has visited, and distinguishes us from other galleries in Singapore. Having won a local architectural award when it was built, and having been featured in the local media numerous times, the building itself is a work of art, making it all the more apt as a home for art.


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