Published by Chan + Hori Contemporary


Welcoming you to visit Chan + Hori Contemporary during the 3-day START art weekend and lifestyle event showcasing contemporary art in daily living spaces happening this weekend from 19-21 July 2019. Learn more about Chan + Hori Contemporary artists Ruben Pang, Latiff Mohidin, and Esmond Loh. 3 Chan + Hori Contemporary publications now for only $60 SGD. Take home these exquisite books by visiting the gallery or emailing us at info@chanhori.com.


Serve And F_______

By Esmond Loh

Edited by Nabilah Said

Published by Chan + Hori Contemporary

As part of the Singapore Art Book Fair (SGABF) 2019 happening next weekend, June 28th – June 30th 2019. Chan + Hori Contemporary is delighted to present Serve And F______ by Esmond Loh, who is one of our represented artists. Serve And F______ is a 236-page publication that features over 130 illustrations of Esmond’s experiences in the mandatory National Service, ranging from the mundane to the dramatic, evocative and downright comedic. The book is the entirely original and earnest result of the grappling of an artist with both the freedoms and limits that come with being in the military.

The book will be retailing for SGD 16.00 (w/ GST) each and 2 for SGD $30.00 (w/ GST) at SGABF. Esmond will also be present to sign copies of his book. Please email info@chanhori.com to reserve a copy.

SGD 16.00 including GST ea.



Published by Chan + Hori Contemporary 

This book is published to commemorate the first exhibition of the Latiff Mohidin’s sculptural paintings after 40 years. The exhibition was titled LANGKAWI (1976 -1980) by Latiff Mohidin, From the Studio Series and curated by Khairuddin Hori. It was presented as part of DISINI Festival 2018 at Block 9, #03-21, Gillman Barracks from 23 June to 22 July 2018.

Essays by Khairuddin Hori and Syed Muhammad Hafiz

30 SGD



SWallow Shadow


By Ruben Pang, Chan + Hori Contemporary and contributors

This book is published in conjunction with Swallow Shadow, a solo exhibition of paintings by Ruben Pang in 2017.

Essays by Ruben Pang, Khai Hori, Jeremy Fernando

25 SGD



Published by Gillman Barracks in Partnership with Ocula

“Art-In-Sight” features interviews with key figures involved with Gillman Barracks, including artists, collectors and gallerists, alongside wide-ranging essays that survey Gillman Barracks through various lenses.

Click on the link here to download a soft copy of "Art-In-Sight". (Catalogue not for sale)


Hamra Abbas, Abdul Abdullah, Miya Ando, Mike HJ Chang, Heman Chong, Fyerool Darma, Massimo Giannoni, Nathaniel Gunawan, Lorenz Helbling, Frank Holliday, Khairuddin Hori, indieguerillas, Zai Kuning, Hammad Nasar, Dawn Ng ,Francis Ng, Josef Ng, Nguan, Nikos Papastergiadis, Pinaree Sanpitak, Hiroshi Senju, Albert Yonathan Setyawan, Hiromi Tango, June Yap, Yeesookyung, Helmi Yusof, Robert Zhao Renhui


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THe national archives

by Speak Cryptic

Published by Math Paper Press

The National Archives is a collection of selected drawings by Singaporean artist Speak Cryptic.

This book presents his work from 2011 through mid 2013. They were drawn during the late hours of 11 P.M. - 5 A.M., after a whole day of meeting people, and, basically, living life.

 perfect-bound paperback with pull-out pages
 product dimensions: 188 x 250 x 9 mm

38 SGD


THe city book singapore

by Queenie Rosita Law

Published by Production Q 

"THE CITY BOOK" is packed in a luxurious hardcover format that comes with "THE CITY MAP" as a set. It provides you with all the spots in Singapore that have inspired these city-based artists to create their work. Each artist has provided his or her own personal story through quotes and texts. The locations and stories in this book are also laid out on an illustrated map to provide travellers with a more personal way to see a city.

Artists: Genevieve Chua, Sarah Choo, Hilmi Johandi, Charles Lim, Tang Ling Nah, Dawn Ng, Shubigi Rao, Robert Zhao

75 SGD