Art After Dark x Singapore Art Book Fair on Friday, 14 November
Art After Dark is Gillman Barracks' bi-montly event happening on Friday nights
Last year's Singapore Art Book Fair at the Centre of Contemporary Art, Gillman Barracks
In conjunction with the opening reception of the Singapore Art Book Fair at the Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA), Gillman Barracks is proud to present our inaugural bi-monthly Art After Dark Friday nights starting on 14 November!
Visit our galleries that will stay open till late, and check out the Fair for a curated selection of contemporary art books and zines. Be spoilt for choice with outdoor F&B pop-ups and other art-related fringe activities such as film screenings, workshops, talks and public programmes by the CCA. It’s a definite must-visit for all book and art lovers!
In addition, don’t miss the new exhibitions opening that night:
Witness the Barracks come alive at the Gillman Barracks' Art After Dark x Singapore Art Book Fair edition!
Complimentary shuttle buses available from 7pm to 10pm; MRT pick-up points at HarbourFront MRT (Exit B) and Queenstown MRT (Exit D); Gillman Barracks pick-up point at BLK 43.
About Singapore Art Book Fair
Singapore Art Book Fair is an annual book fair specialising in contemporary art books and zines, and returns to Gillman Barracks’ Centre of Contemporary Art from 14 to 16 Nov 2014 after a successful run last year.
Set to take part are at least 35 participating publishers, artists and groups, both local and international. Among these are Singapore-based studio Squelch Zines, which will be setting up a mama shop-style booth, and Underscore and Galavant Magazine, which will be launching their respective latest issues.
Other participants include: Singapore-based travel magazine Afterglobe, arts space Grey Projects, artists Nguan and Sokkuan Tye, graphic design team Sarah & Schooling, independent local magazine retailer Magpie, ShangART gallery, the Singapore Memory Project, gallery shop Supermama, record label Kitchen Label, international publishers Phaidon and Thames & Hudson, and indie publisher Pipoca Press from Brazil.
There will also be fringe events. Among these are a performance by The Observatory and an exhibition by family art collective Holycrap.sg to launch the latest issue of its zine. Visual artist Speak Cryptic will hold a public interactive colouring mural, while lifestyle store The Redundant Shop will be holding craft workshops. Films will also be screened throughout the day.
For the full line-up of the programme, exhibitors and complimentary shuttle bus details throughout the Fair days, please visit singaporeartbookfair.com
Singapore Art Book Fair is proudly brought to you by Books Actually and HJGHER.