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New Beginnings: First Exhibition at Cuturi Gallery’s New Home on Aliwal Street

Cuturi Gallery is delighted to present its first group exhibition in its brand-new home at 61 Aliwal Street. The new gallery is nestled in a conservation shophouse of 400 sqm, standing in Singapore’s vibrant arts and cultural precinct of Bras Basah.Bugis, home to a myriad of independent art spaces and museums. Spread across three levels, the ground floor is dedicated to the gallery’s exhibition spaces, with the remaining levels housing multi-functional art spaces.

New Beginnings, which will occupy the ground floor of the gallery, will highlight the works of 12 emerging visual artists based in Singapore. This exhibition celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the Singapore art scene.

The exhibition will include works from Aisha Rosli, Delphine Rama, Faris Heizer, Marla Bendini, Mujahid Jalil, Seelan Palay, Casey Tan, Didier Jaba Mathieu, Goh Jia Jie, Masuri Mazlan, Oneal Parbo and Shen Jiaqi.

Day/Time:

Mon: Closed
Tue – Sat: 12:00noon – 8:00pm
Sun: 12:00noon – 6:00pm

The exhibition will run from the 17th of October until 5th of November 2020.