Volume Eleven by Ash Ghazali

Volume Eleven by Ash Ghazali

WHEN
16 January – 6 February 2021
VENUE
Richard Koh Fine Art, 47 Malan Road, #01-26 (go to Google maps)
OPENING HOURS
Tues – Sat, 11am – 7pm
Closed on Mon, Sun & PH
ADMISSION
Free Admission
WEBSITE
https://rkfineart.com/

Volume Eleven by Ash Ghazali

Richard Koh Fine Art is proud to present Ash Ghazali’s solo exhibition. Ghazali’s series of ‘Cut Paintings’ combines geometric abstraction with traditional fabrics from ethic Malay garbs. 

These layered paintings come together as an exploration of Ghazali’s personal search for an ‘authentic’ culture and identity. Capricious yet harmonious, the works are regarded as abstract arrangements made in fabrics and paint. Geometric lines and contrasting textures, the paintings also function as sculpture – they are dimensional – the folds and shadows creating the illusion of depth and tension.

Ash Ghazali, Geylang, 2020. Image courtesy of the artist and RKFA.
Gillman Barracks, 47 Malan Road, #01-22
22 – 30 January 2021
The orchid; the wasp is a visual arts exhibition that follows the proposition of becoming, which is understood as the possibility for diversity, multiplicity and change. It is about forming alliances between artistic identities, seeing them as subjective beings with the potential to interchange or become something else through a unique symbiosis.
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 5 Lock Road, #01-05
21 January – 28 February 2021
Sundaram Tagore is pleased to announce that Hiroshi Senju has just completed a dynamic series of Waterfall paintings, his first since 2015. The exhibition features waterfalls in Senju’s iconic black-and-white palette, as well as in red and blue, both dark and bright. A specially curated selection of these pieces will be on show during the Singapore Art Week 2021.
Art Fair & Galleries
ShanghART Gallery, Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road, #02-22
22 January – 28 February 2021
ShanghART Singapore is pleased to kickstart 2021 with a solo presentation of David Diao (b. 1943, lives and works in New York). This will be the Chinese-American artist’s first showcase in Southeast Asia, featuring paintings made between 1999 and 2018.
NTU Centre for Contemporary Art Singapore, Block 43 Malan Road
16 January – 28 February 2021
This is a solo project by late artist Roslisham Ismail aka Ise. It conveys the artist’s tireless trust in the power of social encounters and his ability to infuse the serendipity of life into art.