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The Past and Coming Melt

The Past and Coming Melt

Koh Nguang How has developed significant influence for his itinerant archive, a project of print accumulation that amassed news clippings, print ephemera, catalogues, and artist documentation over nearly four decades. This is matched by a remarkable correspondence with his recollection of errata, corrections and amendments to the art historical records as manifest in museum publications […]

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Uncanny Geometries by Joshua Yang

Uncanny Geometries

In these seven new paintings, Joshua Yang explores the geometric configurations of introspection, untimely meditations and mystical wayfinding. Labyrinths, circles and knots recur as graphics and images that reach finality at the end of a long persisting line. Rules of proportion and composition are, in Yang’s consideration, more than principles of formal aesthetics; they are […]

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Gender Hierarchy Exhibition

Gender Hierarchy

Grey Projects is proud to be collaborating with Space One to present Gender Hierarchy, a group exhibition featuring artists InYoung Yeo, TcoET (Dew Kim & Luciano Zubillaga), Stephanie Jane Burt and Priyageetha Dia. This exhibition is part of a larger homonymously named project that consists of talks, street art, and a music event with an all-female […]

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The Direction I Rub One Matters

A group exhibition featuring textile works by Ian Tee, Moses Tan, Zarina Muhammad and Zulkhairi Zulkiflee, The Direction I Rub One Matters highlights how tactility possesses its own affect; it offers intimacy, comfort, security, and melancholy, among others. The intensities provoked by cloth closely held against skin brings to the fore of our consciousness our […]

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Dan Gladden Open Studio

Open Studio by Dan Gladden

Grey Projects is pleased to have with us Dan Gladden, who is here as part of our residency partnership with Artsource. Join us on June 2nd (4-6pm) for the launch of Dan’s Open Studio, where you’ll get to chat with him and see the new works and works-in-progress produced during his residency. The studio will remain […]

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Mereka Merdeka

Grey Projects is proud to present the long awaited presentation of Lee Wen’s new works. These drawings and paintings are the culmination of nearly four years of difficult labor in the face of mounting physical challenges. In these recent years, Wen is preoccupied with the precariousness of artistic and social freedom, and the intimate histories […]

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Grey Projects Archifest

Making Shadows and Migrant Art: Two Exhibitions

  Grey Projects is proud to present Making Shadows and Migrant Art, two presentations by Moses Tan and migrant workers working with Transient Workers Count Too (TWC2) and The Select Centre. These exhibitions are a central part of Architecture With/Out Public, a program of exhibitions and public activities created in conjunction with Archifest 2017. The […]

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Open Studio with Ni Hao

Ni Hao is a Taiwanese Canadian visual artist based in New York. He is currently on an artist residency in Singapore, as part of an exchange between Grey Projects and AIR Taipei.

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Messes and Overcooked Soups

As part of this year’s exhibition program on historicizing the contemporary, Grey Projects is proud to present Messes and Overcooked Soups, a sequence of prints, drawings, ink paintings and sketchbooks completed by Chun Kai Qun in a three-year period in the 2000s.

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Tints and Dispositions

Grey Projects is proud to present Tints and Dispositions, an exhibition by Gilles Massot, featuring a series of photographs from the 1980s.

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