S.E.A. Focus
S.E.A. Focus

When
16 – 19 January
Venue
Gillman Barracks
Opening Hours
Thu, 16 Jan 1pm–7pm
Fri, 17 Jan 1pm–10pm
Sat, 18 Jan 12pm–7pm
Sun, 19 Jan 12pm–6pm
Website
seafocus.sg
Admission
Admission Fees Apply
S.E.A. Focus returns for its second edition during Singapore Art Week in January 2020 with 20 leading galleries from Singapore and around the world. Held at Singapore’s visual arts precinct Gillman Barracks, the platform will run from Thursday 16 January until Saturday 19 January, with a VIP preview on Wednesday 15 January.

S.E.A. Focus 2020 builds on its mission to showcase contemporary art from Southeast Asia, providing a platform to foster greater appreciation and engagement with the art and artists from the region. Of the 20 participating galleries, half have gallery spaces in Singapore, with others drawn from galleries based in cities across the wider Southeast Asia region, including Jakarta, Makati City, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Hanoi, as well as Beijing, Berlin, Brisbane, New York and Seoul. All will exhibit work by artists based in, or connected to, Southeast Asia.

Image courtesy of S.E.A. Focus

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