Yeo Workshop is a contemporary art gallery that produces a series of exhibitions, represented artists projects, and gallery-based programmes such as talks, symposiums and guiding research. Its aim is to promote the work of contemporary local and international artists with a strong artistic practice, and engage with the Singaporean and visiting audience. It puts emphasis on education via programmes surrounding its exhibition.
Yeo Workshop has been permanently based at Gillman Barracks, Singapore since Fall 2013.
Other projects of the gallery include the Arnoldii Arts Club, a course-based arts club, focusing on art history, art production and art markets. It also initiates and curates community projects, such as the recent “Singapore Arts Club”, a Gillman-Barracks-wide public art project in January 2016, to provide platforms for artists and to reach a wider audience.
18th August 2015
6th August 2015
19th February 2017
Singapore Arts Club interviewed Seng Yu Jin about the location of the contemporary art scene in Singapore, in history and today. Seng Yu Jin is one of the five curators we featured in our publication “Singapore Curators’ Cut”, which included contributions from other prominent curators in Singapore, namely Louis Ho, Charmaine Toh, Savita Apte, and Ho Rui An. In his segment, he provided a brief but very informative timeline of Singapore’s art history. Copies of the book “Singapore Curators’ Cut” are available in the gallery for purchase.
19th February 2017
Thank you for attending our exhibition opening earlier this month, and making your way down to our little block to see this show despite the crowds at Gilman Barracks that evening. Show continues until 19 March 2017.
15th February 2017
Featuring Singaporean Artist Zhuang Wubin! He had his first gallery exhibition of Small-Town Stories with us last year, featuring the stories and photographs of Chinese in rural areas of Southeast Asia.