Exhibition Programme

    Tints and Dispositions
  • Gilles Massot

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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    Alfa Tango
  • Guo-Liang Tan & Sookoon Ang

Grey Projects is proud to present Alfa Tango, an exhibition by Guo-Liang Tan and Sookoon Ang, curated by Jason Wee.

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    Click Candy
  • Vanessa Ban

‘Click Candy’ is Vanessa Ban’s first solo exhibition in Singapore. Inspired by clickbait – specifically web content that generates online advertising revenue through relying on sexualised images of women to attract ‘clicks’, Ban’s latest work imagines clickbait without its sex objects.

Join us for the exhibition opening on October 5th, 6-8pm.

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    Invisible Direction《隱形的方向》
  • Chen I-Chun & Luo Helin

Grey Projects is proud to present Invisible Direction, an exhibition by artists-in-residence Chen I-Chun and Helin Luo, part of a residency exchange between Waley Art in Taipei 水谷藝術 and Grey Projects.

Join us on September 3rd for the exhibition opening and a talk by local artist Tang Ling Nah and Waley Art curator Ya-Siang Yang. Ya-Siang and Ling Nah will share about Waley Art’s Residency Programme as well as Ling Nah’s experience and exhibition in Taipei. There will also be a screening of ‘Home-sick 水谷日記’, a short film directed by Lei Yuan Bin, featuring Ling Nah during her residency with Waley Art in Taipei.

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    Open Studio with Gemma Kearney

Gemma is an Irish visual artist whose practice is predominantly sculptural and painting based. Her current work explores ideas around belief ideology, personal mythology and the spaces where opposing ideological standpoints exist. During her 4-week residency here, she’ll spend her time researching these ideas and working on a new project.

Join us from July 7th to 9th (2-7pm daily) for an Open Studio with Gemma Kearney, where you’ll get to chat with her in person and see her past works and current project.

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    If Not, Accelerate
  • Kent Chan

Grey Projects is proud to present ‘If Not, Accelerate’, a solo exhibition by Kent Chan that examines the issues of migrant labour in Singapore through the matrix of the polis, the Greek word for city.

Join us for the opening of If Not, Accelerate on 12 May 2016, 6-8pm.

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