ShanghART Singapore

Founded in 1996 in Shanghai, the gallery has spaces in Shanghai, Beijing and Singapore


9 Lock Road, #02-22, Gillman Barracks

ShanghART Gallery’s first oversea gallery, ShanghART Singapore, was opened in 2012 in the city’s vibrant art zone in Gillman Barracks. ShanghART Singapore is dedicated to better serve the artists, as well as encourage enlightening exhibitions and spiritual and aesthetic dialogues.

ShangART is one of China’s most influential art institutions and a vital resource to the development of contemporary art in China with two spaces in 50 Moganshan Road (Main Space and H-Space), a public warehouse space in West of Shanghai (ShanghART Taopu), a gallery space in Beijing, and a new space in Singapore, and representing over 40 artists.

Being recognized for its importance ShanghART became the initial gallery from China participating in major international art fairs like Art Basel and Fiac, Paris. ShanghART gallery also enjoys the great respect of being among the 75 most influencial galleries selected in Thames & Hudson’s publication “International Art Galleries: Post-war to Post-millennium.”

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T: +65 6734 9537
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9 Lock Road, #02-22, Gillman Barracks

Past Exhibitions
7 SEVEN : Group Exhibition
ShanghART Gallery presents ‘ 7 SEVEN ’ – a group exhibition by 7 artists – Birdhead, Chen Xiaoyun,...
21 Nov 2015 - 10 Jan 2016
Xue Song: The Mountain Echoes
ShanghART Singapore presents one of the pioneer “Pop Art” artists in China – Xue Song’s solo...
22 Jan 2016 - 20 Mar 2016
Modern Times
ShanghART Singapore announcea “Modern Times”, a group exhibition from 14th May to 10th July 2016,...
14 May 2016 - 10 Jul 2016
The Dynamics
ShanghART Singapore will hold a group exhibition titled “The Dynamics” from 20 September to 30 November...
23 Sep 2016 - 30 Oct 2016
Birdhead: Southeast Asia Residency
ShangART presents a six-months Southeast Recidency Program with a project entitled “Birdhead”on...
06 Dec 2016 - 22 Jan 2017