EXHIBITION : Jul 2015

July Gallery Exhibits

UPCOMING EXHIBITION : 09 Oct - 31 Oct

Lee Wen – Solo Exhibition

UPCOMING EXHIBITION : 31 Jul - 22 Aug

Boo Sze Yang: 29.03.15

EXHIBITION : 11 Apr - 3 Jan

Ju Ming Living World Series – Travelling Exhibition in China

iACQUISITION : Recent

The latest publications are available @ iAcquisition

July Gallery Exhibits

July Gallery Exhibits

Lee Wen – Solo Exhibition

iPreciation presents photographs, paintings and new works on paper by Lee Wen

Boo Sze Yang: 29.03.15

Second Solo Exhibition at iPreciation

Ju Ming Living World Series – Travelling Exhibition in China

Living World Series travelling exhibition in four cities in China

The latest publications are available @ iAcquisition

ARTIST HIGHLIGHT: Milenko Prvački

We are proud to announce our upcoming solo exhibition “E La Nave Va” (And the Ship Sails On) by Milenko Prvački which will focus on artist’s smaller-sized works and works on paper done at the artist residency 18th Street Art Centre, Santa Monica, California. These works are available for online purchase at our iAquisition page.

Gao Xing Jian: Retrospecitve at Museum of Ixelles and The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Our gallery artist Gao Xing Jian, a Nobel prize in Literature winner in 2000, is currently having his retrospective at the Museum van Elsene of Ixelles in Brussels and his works are also on display at the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium. Find out more about the two exhibitions and read the interview with the artist.

Reverie Rheumatology Research Fund

In Singapore, over 600,000 people suffer from a Rheumatological disease, hence affecting more than 11% of our population. Many of these conditions are complex autoimmune diseases, affecting major organs including the joints, brain and nerves, lungs, heart and nerves. The prevalence of these diseases is set to increase as our population ages. It is, therefore, with the urgent need for research into these diseases to accelerate discoveries and uncover cures. You can help to raise more fund by either donating directly to the fund or purchasing on of the artworks or auction items that are entitled to raising fund. All funds raised will benefit Rheumatology Research under the SingHealth – Duke-NUS Medicine Academic Clinical Program.