Now or Never

Opening Reception: Mar 10 (Thurs), 7pm
Exhibition Date: Mar 8 (Tue) – Mar 20 (Sun)
Venue: ION Art Gallery


Address: 2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard Level 4, Singapore 238801
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm
Admission: Free

What is important as it is urgent?

NOW or NEVER presents a collection of artworks that examines the concerns and reflections of ten artists. It is an exhibition for trying out new thoughts, but with no ambition to be thematic or representative or to become a self-fulfilling prophecy. NOW or NEVER endeavors to convey that art in Singapore today, revolves around certain categories and subcategories of meaning in certain patterns of movement based on the environment and immediate condition.

Participating artists: Ang Song Nian, John Clang, Eiffel Chong, Ho Hui May, Izziyana Suhaimi, Jason Lim, Joel Yuen, Mintio, Sherman Ong, Zhao Renhui

Presenter: 2902 Gallery


ANGSANA: Southeast Asian Photographers Taking Flight

Date: Jan 12 (Wed) – Feb 16 (Wed)
Venue: 2902 Gallery, Singapore

An exhibition that brings together the works of notable contemporary photographers from Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.

Taking the name of a tree species that is common in Southeast Asia, the exhibition is a showcase of highly sophisticated images captured with well-honed skills and expertise. Put together, the works provide a glorious insight to the burgeoning standards of photography craftsmanship and the blossoming photography industry in Southeast Asia. By intertwining different artistic talents of the region, it is also a platform of cultural exchange and understanding. This exhibition is a fringe event of Art Stage Singapore.

Address: 11B Mount Sophia, #B2-09, Singapore 228466
ANGSANA Party: Jan 15 (Sat), 7pm
RSVP via email to or call +65 6339 8655



Date: Jun 11 (Fri) – Jul 3 (Sat)
Venue: 2902 Gallery, Singapore

On Clang’s exhibition, “More than a personal exhibition, (Con)Front tackles both the conscious and unconscious and expressing it to the extent of baring one’s soul. The simplicity of Clang’s works is a deliberate effort to bring attention to the complexities of the issues investigated,” said Gwen Lee, curator and founding partner of 2902 Gallery.