Many of the worlds finest galleries proudly call Singapore home. Here is a selection of the eclectic mix that Singapore has to offer.
The largest Singapore gallery of arts is not yet officially open. It is slated to open its doors in 2015. But, the buzz and excitement among Singapore’s art community over the grand opening of the gallery is palpable. The gallery aims to host all major art exhibitions in the country. It will house contemporary arts not only of the country but also major art pieces from other Southeast Asian artists.
Learn more about the National Art gallery here: http://nationalartgallery.sg/
The gallery caters to raw talents of Singapore. It aims to showcase the best of Chinese and Asian art amalgamation, something that the owners believe to be the true spirit of Singapore.
Learn more about Art Seasons Gallery here: http://singart.com/art-seasons/
Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts is the pioneer art school of Singapore. The best works of its students are showcased in the school’s gallery along Bencoolen Road, alongside work by other established local and international artists.
Learn more about NAFA Art Galleries here: http://singart.com/nafa-art-galleries/
The Chan Hampe Galleries are located within the famous Raffles Hotel. While their exhibitions vary widely, they tend to showcase imaginative interpretations of the mundane and familiar in Singapore.
Learn more about Chan Hampe Galleries here: http://singart.com/chan-hampe-galleries/
The artcommune Gallery is Singapore’s first gallery where artists and artwork can be found in the same location. It is the home of reputable 1st and 2nd generation local artists such as Cheong Soo Pieng and Lim Tze Peng.
Learn more about artcommune Gallery here: http://singart.com/artcommune-gallery/
The Arts House is located within Singapore’s elegant Old Parliament House at City Hall. The former seat of government now hosts a plethora of multidisciplinary art within its three galleries.
Learn more about The Arts House here: http://singart.com/the-arts-house/
The Substation Gallery is part of the multidisciplinary arts hub known as The Substation. The Gallery features a wide variety of installation art that diverges from traditional art forms to engage visitors in a range of visual, auditory and tactile artworks.
Learn more about The Substation Gallery here: http://singart.com/the-substation-gallery/
The Tunnel@Esplanade isn’t really an art ‘gallery’ insomuch as it is a showcase of installation art along a public walkway. Although it may not possess the trappings of a traditional gallery, don’t let that detract from the high standard of artwork that is showcased within.
Learn more about the Tunnel@Esplanade here: http://singart.com/tunnelesplanade/