Hilmi Johandi, My Raffles Experience, 2019, Oil on linen, 60 x 90 cm
Maria Farrar, Robin II, 2019, Oil on linen, 180 X 130 cm
Ota Fine Arts is pleased to announce to open a new gallery space at Gillman Barracks in Singapore in September, 2012. The art-complex Gillman Barracks is jointly developed by the Singapore Economic Development Board (EDB), JTC Corporation (JTC) and the National Arts Council (NAC), it will have a creative art centre, artist residency, also the selected commercial contemporary galleries mainly from Asia-Pacific.
In recent years, Hong Kong is the city that has been on development and bringing the transparency into the Asian art market, yet Singapore will be the next destination that enables the museums or primary galleries to play a main role as an incubator - Ota Fine Arts is delighted to be able to be part of this exciting movement.
Ota Fine Arts is hoping to continue our programmes with East Asian artists including Japanese and Korean, and moreover to organise various rich collaborations with new artists from South Eastern Asia to Middle East region.