Chan + Hori evolves to survive

Art gallery will close its Gillman Barracks space, switch to pop-up shows and become a curatorial, advisory and artists' management business

Curatorial director and partner Khairuddin Hor.
Curatorial director and partner Khairuddin Hor.PHOTO: ST FILE

Chan + Hori Contemporary is closing its Gillman Barracks space from June 30.

Instead of a permanent gallery, Chan + Hori will be utilising pop-up spaces and festivals for exhibitions. The business will also be pivoting to focus on becoming a curatorial, advisory and artists' management business.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 05, 2020, with the headline 'Chan + Hori evolves to survive'. Subscribe