Exhibitions

Our objectives of seeding new ideas, new audiences, and new collaborations guide the exhibitions we pursue. Working closely with artists to push their practices towards new directions, we are able to support their explorations with a space to showcase their art works and we also provide curatorial support for off-site exhibitions.  At other times, our exhibition space is also used for research-driven shows aimed at creating new audiences for contemporary art and contributing to ongoing discourses and dialogues. 

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AS WE WERE

Sep 16, 2021 - Oct 17, 2021

As We Were presents selected works from the Southeast Asian Contemporary Art collection of Michelangelo and Lourdes Samson. 
We acknowledge in the passage of time the inevitability of change. And yet in such contemplations, there is a need to pause in order to recognise these changes. The pandemic seems to have offered us such a pause. Few have been left untouched by grief, loss, and anxiety during these dark days but we have also been given time to reflect on the world we inhabit and the lives we have led. This exhibition is thus offered as a contemplation of how much has changed, and how much still remains the same. As we were. Perhaps as we are still.

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YEO TZE YANG: EVENING, ONCE MORE....

Jun 25, 2021 - Jul 12, 2021

SEED is pleased to present Yeo Tze Yang’s (b. 1994, Singapore) solo exhibition, Evening, Once More, at the Substation Gallery from 25 June - 12 July 2021.  A self-taught, skilled, and determined painter, Yeo is known for his oil paintings that depict scenes of ordinary life in urban settings.  His artworks provide an almost cinematic perspective of the quiet details of daily life, those objects and people in our neighbourhood that might easily slip our attention. In this solo exhibition, Yeo presents his paintings with LED light-boxes which serve to amplify the urban landscapes of his paintings but also create an interesting contrast between these ready-made industrial materials and his hand-painted canvases. 

 

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Gilles Massot: I Landed in Paya Lebar. And then...It Just Happened

May 20, 2021 - Jun 9, 2021

Celebrating the collaborative spirit and artistic vision of multi-disciplinary artist and art educator Gilles Massot, SEED is proud to present this exhibition featuring selected drawings, videos, mixed media works, and photographs from the diverse body of work he created during his four decades of living and working in Singapore. 

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Work in Progress: Video Art from Southeast Asia

Jan 30, 2021 - Mar 14, 2021

How do contemporary artists begin to engage with the concept of progress? How has economic development influenced the daily lives of various communities across Southeast Asia? Work-in-Progress is offered as a contemplation on the state of the region as countries strive to provide their citizens with higher standards of living through industrialisation, scientific innovation, urbanisation, and international trade. 

 

 

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Singapore Ceramics Now 2021

Jan 21, 2021 - Feb 13, 2021

The Inaugural Singapore Ceramics Now 2021 (SCN) exhibition in Gillman Barracks aims to make its mark as a visionary platform of contemporary ceramics that surveys the work of 19 Singapore-based artists. Embracing the curatorial theme of “Marking | Making”, the exhibition celebrates the diverse processes, techniques, and artistic ideas within ceramics art in Singapore.  Founded and led by Artistic Director, Jason Lim, a renowned Singaporean ceramicist and performance artist, SCN is proudly co-curated by the SEED team.

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Ramesh Ramakrishnan Iyer and Joan Marie Kelly: Bark and Flesh

Oct 17, 2020 - Nov 8, 2020

As part of SEED's ARTIST DIALOGUES RESIDENCY series, photographer Ramesh Ramakrishnan Iyer and painter Joan Marie Kelly have collaborated on Bark & Flesh. This joint-residency exhibition explores interventions between the lives of humans and the lived experiences of trees.

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Ernest Chan: 100

Nov 15, 2019 - Jan 19, 2020

SEED’s inaugural exhibition, 100, featured Singapore artist Ernest Chan Tuck Yew. Breaking away from his printmaking and large-format painting practice, Chan created 100 miniature paintings that document his travels from 1993 to 2019...

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