Gallery

Sullivan+Strumpf Singapore

Singapore, Singapore

Address

  • 5 Lock Road #01-06 Gillman Barracks
  • Singapore
  • Singapore
  • 108933
  • Singapore

Opening times

Tuesdays - Saturdays: 11am - 7pm
Sundays: 11am - 6pm

Closed on Mondays and Public Holidays

Travel Information

Bus: Nearest Bus Stop: Along Alexandra Road Opposite Alexandra Point (Bus Stop Number 15059) Available Buses: 51, 57, 61, 83, 97, 97e, 100, 166, 175, 408, 963 or 963E
Train: Nearest MRT Train Station: Labrador Park (Circle Line station CC27) Walking Directions from Labrador Park Station (~10 mins): 1. Exit Labrador Park station via Exit A and walk towards Alexandra Road. 2. Stay on the opposite side of the road from Alexandra Retail Centre (ARC) Shopping Mall. 3. At the first bus stop, take the sheltered walkway on your right into Gillman Barracks.

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Sullivan+Strumpf, established in 2005, presents the work of established and emerging artists at the forefront of contemporary art in the Asia- Pacific region. The gallery has spaces in Sydney and Singapore. Since its opening, the gallery has been home to diverse, innovative and progressive exhibitions across a variety of media and genres. The gallery has helped foster the careers of some of the most exciting artists working in the region today.

Sullivan+Strumpf organises extensive solo and group exhibitions, not only in its Sydney and Singapore premises, but also in collaboration with public galleries within Australia and internationally, which are often supported by substantial publications. Representing 32 artists from the Asia- Pacific, the gallery and its artists are active members of the arts community and participate in a wide variety of museum exhibitions, awards, residencies, events and festivals. Works are regularly acquired by institutions and key private collections, Sullivan+Strumpf has participated in major contemporary art fairs in the Asia-Pacific region since 2010, and has also exhibited in fairs in United Kingdom, Europe and the United States.

Founders & Directors: Ursula Sullivan & Joanna Strumpf

Exhibiting Artists