The former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings have been refurbished to become the National Gallery. It is the largest visual art gallery in Singapore, and mostly dedicated to local and South-East Asian art from the 19th century to today. Many of the works on display will be drawn from the National Collection.
Here's a first look at the National Gallery.
|Venue name:||National Gallery Singapore|
1 St Andrew’s Rd
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu 10am-7pm; Fri 10am-9pm; Sat & Sun 10am-7pm|
|Price:||Free admission for locals and PRs, $20 admission for foreigners; charges for special exhibitions apply|
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Light to Night Festival 2019: Traces and Echoes
The Civic District comes to life once more with vibrant artworks and performances during Light to Night Festival 2019. This year's bumper edition spans six weeks from January 18 to February 24, making it one festival, but with two unique experiences....Until Sunday February 24 2019 Free
Lim Cheng Hoe: Painting Singapore
Considered to be one of the city's finest watercolourists, see Singapore through Lim Cheng Hoe's lenses as he showcases 60 distinctive works of art which beautifully capture the evolving scenes from the 1930s to the 1970s. The artist's dedication towards plein-air...Galleries Until Tuesday July 9 2019
Minimalism: Space. Light. Object.
Championing the art of 'less is more', National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum team up to debut the biggest minimalism exhibition in Southeast Asia from November 16 2018 to April 14 2019. Held within the confines of the two iconic museums, the...Until Sunday April 14 2019
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Really good series of exhibitions; art evolution in SE Asia 70s to the new millemium, a couple of brilliant ink painters, the cross pollination between Asian and European art, Singaporean art. And the staff were extremely welcoming and friendly. I was engrossed, engaged and enjoyed