Current Events

“The Other Half of The Sky” – solo exhibition by Marina Fietta (Italian)

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017


“The Other Half of the Sky” is an invitation to open your heart to a world that sometimes escapes the eye.

A world of children. A world that remains remote, yet lies just around the corner from our ‘world’.

A world of harshness and scarce resources, yet a world of incredible beauty and poetry

A very different “sky”, yet the same sky above our heads.


While remaining faithful to Marina’s signature style, these works go beyond the subject matter of her paintings. They seek to capture the inner life of her subjects, and reveal an evolution toward a more realistic style that connects even more forcefully with the viewer.

This is no mere academic exercise. In a world awash with images, Marina invites us to perceive that which – all too often – escapes the eye.

Events Time:

23rd March 2017 - 02nd April 2017


Goshen Art Gallery
9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-19/20, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596.

Operating hours:

11 am – 9 pm daily

“Inspiration from the Blue” – Ceramic Pottery by Yukiharu Furuno

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017


Inspirations from the Blue is a nod to his award-winning Royal Blue series, a distinct new style created after the passing of his beloved wife in 2003. Prior to this series, his works used ash glaze made from soybeans and onion. These yellow ash glazed creations formed his primary style for more than 35 years.

Unfazed by the challenge of creating a new style and aesthetic at such an advanced stage in his career, Furuno broke new grounds with Royal Blue and drew a distinct line from his past works. Royal Blue is the product of a man’s grief and his tenacity to continue moving forward.

Furuno’s ceramics uses ash glazes made by plant materials native to Hannan, a city located in the Osaka Prefecture in Japan. The connection between the functional uses of nature and its immense beauty leads the inspiration of all his designs. This is probably the reason why Furuno’s works are known to exhilarates its viewers, bringing them into the depths of forests and over boundless oceans.

The exhibition will also unveil new works inspired by Singapore’s diverse cultures and rich designs. As a tribute to his first showcase in Singapore, Furuno would like to express his interpretations of this vibrant little red dot through his own hands. Visitors will appreciate the marriage of traditional and contemporary aesthetics found in his works, and visualise how these look in a modern home.

Events Time:

15th March 2017 - 16th April 2017


Goshen Art Gallery
9 Raffles Boulevard, #02-19/20, Millenia Walk, Singapore 039596.

Operating hours:

11 am – 9 pm daily.

EY Asean Art Outreach – Rhapsody of colors

Thursday, March 9th, 2017


Goshen Art Gallery & The Partners of EY present to you the EY Asean Art Outreach from 9th March till 26th July 2017.

Titled Rhapsody of colors, the exhibition features artist Wu Xueli from Singapore. 

Born in Beijing, Wu Xueli migrated to Singapore in 1991, and holds a Bachelors degree and Masters degree in the art of oil painting. From 1985 to 1987, Xueli was teaching in the Central Art and Craft Academy in Beijing, currently known as the Art Academy of Qing Hua University. Soon after her teaching assignment, she became a fulltime artist in oil painting.

Xueli’s traditional values allow her creations to take gentle and soothing forms. Yet her passion and concerns about the modern and dynamic world gave her a deft hand in creating deep and strong textures captured in her works. It is through this intertwining of traditional and modern strokes that one can see in her paintings a rhythm of musical poetry.

Events Time:

09th March 2017 - 26th July 2017


Ernst & Young Solutions LLP

One Raffles Quay, North Tower, Level 18,

Singapore 048583.

Operating hours:

9am – 6pm Weekdays only

(Other timings strictly by appointment)

City Hall

“Rivieres” – A solo exhibition by Khan Siong Ann

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

Khan Siong Ann’s artworks varies in technique and medium such as oil painting, Chinese ink and water colour, and along with the variety of themes he provided such as social gatherings, scenic records, lifestyle and nudes. Over time his art series became an extensive scale of visual indulgence.

Born in 1942, Khan originates from Chao Yang province in Guangdong. After graduation from high school, Khan went on to study arts in NAFA of Singapore, of which he graduated in 1967. Having keen interested in French artistic style and technique, he embark on journey to Paris and took him 15 years of hard work and determination to master the artistic style of French painting. During those years he also continue to practice his water colour and calligraphy of which he managed to sell for his source of income during the stay in Paris. He visited numerous French art museums; viewing the outstanding paintings in the original form, further inspired and shaped Khan’s artistic development.

In 1989, he returned to Singapore and had since took part in numerous group exhibitions. He is also active in cultural exchange programs with Malaysia. In 2010 he was invited by the Chinese Government to take part in the 60th National Celebration in conjunction with Shanghai Expo opening. His works were also enlisted as “Artworks from popular Chinese Artist” and curated for postal stamp printing as well. Until today, 2nd generation artist Mr Khan remains popular in Singapore art scene, and his artworks continued to be sought after by many private investors.

This exhibition presents over 40 pieces of his most symbolic paintings done in Paris and Singapore.

**All works on display are for sale. Part of the sales proceeds will go to Autism Resource Centre (Singapore) – ARC(S).

Events Time:

02nd February 2017 - 30th April 2017


Pan Pacific Singapore
7 Raffles Boulevard, Pan Pacific Singapore,

Public Art Space (Level 2),

Singapore 039595.

Operating hours:

10 am – 9 pm daily