Deliverance

Deliverance

WHEN
11 July 2020 – 6 February 2021
VENUE
Mucciaccia Gallery, Gillman Barracks, 6 Lock Road, #02-10 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tues – Fri, 12pm – 7pm
Sat, 11am – 7pm
Sun, 11am – 6pm
Closed on Mon & PH
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://mucciaccia.com/en/mucciaccia-gallery-singapore/

Deliverance

Mucciaccia Gallery proudly presents a collective show with a selection of internationally acclaimed artists from the gallery's collection. The exhibition explores different media and displays contemporary art from a new perspective.

The exhibition includes artworks by Oliviero Rainaldi, Luciano Ventrone, Frank Holliday, Agostino Bonalumi, Massimo Gianoni, Mimmo Rotella, Valerio Adami, Francesco Leone, Jeffery Kroll and Maurizio Savini. 

Agostino Bonalumi, Rosso, 2012. Image courtesy of Mucciaccia Gallery.
Exhibition
Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, #02-21
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Networked Bodies is an exhibition that seeks to investigate communication and intimacy through the internet. When our bodies are stuck, and our minds yearn for the other, how can we reach beyond the screen and create new sensory experiences? This exhibition will feature digital works, media installations, and works that use social media as a platform.
Exhibition
Gillman Barracks, outdoor locations
22 – 30 January 2021
​​​​​​​Five artists and collectives - Tell Your Children, Machineast, SuperCyberTown, ClogTwo and UFHO – each create a fictional endangered critter that lives across five different habitats in the district of Gillman Barracks.
Exhibition
Block 37 & 38 Malan Road
22 – 23 January 2021
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Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, #03-21
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