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Art Plural Gallery

Art Plural Gallery is a unique space dedicated to Modern, Contemporary Art and Design in the heart of Singapore's cultural district. Founded by Swiss art dealer Frédéric de Senarclens, this innovative platform nestled in a four storey Art Deco heritage building presents solo and group exhibitions, installations, public art projects, conferences, and art publications.

Singapore

Singapore
Address:
38 Armenian Street
179942
Phone: +65 6636 8360
Fax: +65 6636 8361
Website: www.artpluralgallery.com


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Artists Represented

Armen AGOP
Rina BANERJEE
Fernando BOTERO
Tom CARR
CHUN Kwang Young
Yves DANA
Ian DAVENPORT
FENG Shuo
Barry FLANAGAN
Robert INDIANA
LI Tianbing
Paribartana MOHANTY
Adriana MOLDER
QIU Jie
Marc QUINN
Seher SHAH
Doug and Mike STARN
THUKRAL & TAGRA
Lochan UPADHYAY
Manolo VALDÉS
Bernar VENET
Fabienne VERDIER

Ron ARAD
Thierry DREYFUS
Johanna GRAWUNDER
Karim RASHID
Pablo REINOSO






Sample Art Work (1)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Chun Kwang Young: Assemblage

For more information: http://goo.gl/EoEjt


Previous Exhibitions

2011
Avant Première: Inaugural Group Exhibition
Thierry Dreyfus: Artist Talk
Johanna Grawunder: Artist Talk
Regards Croisés: A Selection of Asian Contemporary Art

2012
Pablo Reinoso: A Solo Exhibition
Ian Davenport: Between the Lines
Emerging Artist Programme – Siddhartha Tawadey: Sans Souci
Julia Calfee: Inside the Chelsea Hotel
Bernar Venet: A Solo Exhibition

2013
Fabienne Verdier: A Solo Exhibition
Thukral & Tagra: Windows of Opportunity
Pablo Reinoso: Living Sculptures at Le French May, Macau


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Art Fairs

2012
Art Stage Singapore 2012
Fine Art Asia 2012

2013
Art Stage Singapore 2013


Press Releases

Art Plural Gallery is pleased to present Assemblage, a solo exhibition of Korean artist Chun Kwang Young. Featuring 22 of his latest works, the exhibition will run from 29 May to 27 July 2013.

Chun Kwang Young has spent his career seeking the individuality of a style that allows him to express the dualities indigenous to his work. Beginning the long journey into Abstract Expressionism in the 1970s, a move to America spurred him to embrace a direction that could freely express the divide he encountered between promises and reality. From there, Chun sought a personal language and a strong voice that would allow him to incorporate influences from his homeland. A seminal moment came in 1995, when Chun began to create structural works of art made of the assemblage of hundreds of polystyrene foam triangles wrapped in Korean mulberry paper. Known as hanji, the paper is deeply rooted in Korean tradition and was at one time a ubiquitous household material, as well as a means of wrapping various objects such as medicine and food. In the words of the artist, “I think the thing I first saw [as a child] was my mother’s face, and then the... [ Read all ]


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Location And Getting There

38 Armenian Street
Singapore 179942

Nearest MRT: Cityhall / Bras Basah


Contact-Directors/Staff

Frederic de Senarclens


Opening Times

Mondays to Saturdays - 11am to 7pm
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays