STPI goes digital, Gajah Gallery holds show after Art Basel Hong Kong cancels due to coronavirus fears

Works produced at STPI - Creative Workshop & Gallery include (clockwise, from top left) Shinro Ohtake, Pasture, 2015; Zeng Fanzhi, Wintry Trees, 2018; Pinaree Sanpitak, Breast Vessel 5, 2018; and Dinh Q. Lê, Splendor & Darkness, 2017. PHOTOS: STPI - CREATIVE WORKSHOP AND GALLERY
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SINGAPORE - Art Basel Hong Kong has been cancelled due to coronavirus fears, but the show will still go on for two Singapore galleries.

Gajah Gallery's GG-ABHK2020 opens here on Saturday, showcasing the works that would originally have been shown at the premier fair, which usually takes place in the middle of March.

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