Art After Dark makes works accessible to younger crowd

The event may not generate many sales, but it is a good way to expose people to art in a less intimidating setting

Indonesian artist Entang Wiharso will have his works, such as Recalling Home (background) and Nothing Left (foreground), featured in his solo exhibition Hybrid Brain at Mizuma Gallery, one of the galleries at Gillman Barracks that will open till late
Indonesian artist Entang Wiharso will have his works, such as Recalling Home (background) and Nothing Left (foreground), featured in his solo exhibition Hybrid Brain at Mizuma Gallery, one of the galleries at Gillman Barracks that will open till late as part of Art After Dark. ST PHOTO: MARK CHEONG
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Art After Dark at Gillman Barracks, a one-night fiesta where galleries stay open from 7pm till late, is back tomorrow to celebrate the area's sixth anniversary.

The event usually draws thousands of people to the usually quiet arts cluster off Alexandra Road.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on September 20, 2018, with the headline Art After Dark makes works accessible to younger crowd . Subscribe