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New gallery at Gillman Barracks to focus on cultural exchange between East and West

Published on Jan 13, 2013 2:58 PM
 
Berlin art gallery, Arndt, is the latest to join the cluster of 13 established galleries in Gillman Barracks. Gallery owner Matthias Arndt, 44, tells Life! he chose to launch a gallery in Gillman Barracks because he likes its cluster concept, which allows art lovers and collectors to visit top galleries here in just one-stop. --ST PHOTO: DESMOND LIM

Berlin art gallery, Arndt, is the latest to join the cluster of 13 established galleries in Gillman Barracks.

Arndt Singapore will open on Friday and its inaugural exhibition, Light & Reflection, features works by German artists Heinz Mack and Otto Piene.

Gallery owner Matthias Arndt, 44, tells Life! he chose to launch a gallery in Gillman Barracks because he likes its cluster concept, which allows art lovers and collectors to visit top galleries here in just one-stop.

For the gallery, which in recent years has introduced South-east Asian art to audiences in Europe, having an outpost here will also allow it to be closer to the creation of art in the region.

 
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