New life at Gillman Baracks

Australian artist eX de Medici (above) and her watercolour works depicting violence and surveillance, which are on show at Sullivan + Strumpf gallery.
Australian artist eX de Medici (above) and her watercolour works depicting violence and surveillance, which are on show at Sullivan + Strumpf gallery. PHOTOS: SYAMIL SAPARI, FOST GALLERY, PARTNERS & MUCCIACCIA, LYNN HERSHMAN AND SHANGHART SINGAPORE
Current and past work from Singapore-based artist Grace Tan, who creates installations and wearable art from materials such as plastic ties, paper and string.
Current and past work from Singapore-based artist Grace Tan, who creates installations and wearable art from materials such as plastic ties, paper and string.

From wearable art to striking blue paintings of domestic fights, galleries at the art enclave exhibit a variety of work this month for art-lovers and the curious

What: Current and past work from Singapore-based artist Grace Tan, who creates installations and wearable art from materials such as plastic ties, paper and string.

Where: Fost Gallery, 1 Lock Road, 01-02

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on June 05, 2018, with the headline 'On view at Gillman Barracks'. Print Edition | Subscribe