Shanghart Gallery (Gillman Barracks)

This Chinese gallery was one of the first to expand internationally and was named one of the 75 most influential galleries in Thames & Hudson publication, “International Art Galleries: Post-war to Post-millennium”.

Partners & Mucciaccia (Gillman Barracks)

Partners & Mucciaccia gallery was originally founded inside the expansive rooms of the 16th century palace “Muti-Bussi” in Rome and has presented historical shows featuring works by Giorgio de Chirico and Jacques Villeglé. In September 2012 Partners & Mucciaccia was established in Singapore at contemporary art enclave Gillman Barracks, creating a space for artists, critics, collectors and students to […]

Mizuma Gallery (Gillman Barracks)

Established in 1994 by Sueo Mizuma in Tokyo’s Aoyama area, Mizuma Art Gallery brings the work of new generations of Japanese and Asian artists to the World. After relocating to Tokyo’s Nakameguro district in 2002, Mizuma Art Gallery moved to a larger space in Tokyo’s Ichigaya area from where it still operates. After establishing a new space […]

Michael Janssen Gallery (Gillman Barracks)

As sister gallery of an art venue in Berlin, Michael Janssen Singapore, the first international German gallery in Gillman Barracks, is dedicated to exhibiting the work of artists from North America, Europe and Southeast Asia. Showcasing emerging and mid-career, as well as established artists, the gallery presents ambitious solo presentations, group exhibitions, performances, talks and film screenings.

Future Perfect (Gillman Barracks)

See mixed media work by contemporary artists including Christian Thompson, Pratchaya Phinthong, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Ho Tzu Nyen at this dynamic gallery. With its diverse knowledge and experience, Future Perfect provides representation of contemporary artists, as well as research and advice for collectors, institutions, and curators. Under gallery directors Jasper Knight, Nina Miall and David Teh, […]

Tomio Koyama Gallery (Gillman Barracks)

Both emerging and established artists from Japan and around the world, including Yoshitomo Nara, Mika Ninagawa and Germany’s Jonathan Meese, are featured in the Tomio Koyama Gallery at Gillman Barracks. The gallery also has exhibition spaces in Kyoto and Tokyo.

The Drawing Room (Gillman Barracks)

Founded by Cesar Villalon Jr. in 1998, in Manila, the Drawing Room is a contemporary art gallery that features established and emerging artists from the Philippines, whose practices investigate the complementary relationship between their body of work, their lifestyles and society. The gallery exists as a dynamic platform for its artists, through support and presentation at […]

Sundaram Tagore Gallery Singapore (Gillman Barracks)

Sundaram Tagore Gallery, established in 2000, is devoted to examining the exchange of ideas between Western and non-Western cultures. With spaces in New York City, Hong Kong and Singapore, the gallery was the first to focus exclusively on the rise of globalization in contemporary art. The gallery represents painters, sculptors and photographers from around the globe […]

Fost Gallery (Gillman Barracks)

This award-winning gallery presents work by top international and local artists including Tang Ling Nah, Adeel uz Zafar and Chun Kai Qun. Some of its artists also hold titles, like the 25th UOB Painting Of The Year 2006 and Singapore Art Exhibition Prize 2009.