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Nonage Gallery

  • Art
  • Bukit Merah
  1. Nonage Gallery Singapore
    Photograph: Nonage Gallery/Instagram
  2. Nonage Gallery Singapore
    Photograph: Nonage Gallery/Instagram
  3. Nonage Gallery Singapore
    Photograph: Nonage Gallery/Instagram
  4. Nonage Gallery Singapore
    Photograph: Nonage Gallery/Instagram

Time Out says

Mainstays like the Singapore Art Museum and ArtScience Museum are probably the first places that come to mind when you’re in the mood for an artsy outing. But take a look in other areas in Singapore, and you’ll discover smaller independent galleries that are also worth a visit – and one of the newer entrants in the scene is Nonage Gallery, located within brooding gothic tower The Mill at Bukit Merah.

It’s always something new with each visit – Nonage Gallery keeps things fresh for visitors by switching up their exhibitions every two months or so. This also allows them to rotate the spotlight on their featured artists, thus providing visibility to a wider pool of these creatives throughout the year.

One thing that’s constant throughout, though, is the presence of vibrant, whimsical art styles. While quite a handful of different artists’ works have been featured, all of them have a quirky and almost child-like quality – and we mean this in the best way possible, of course. From pop surrealism to manga-inspired paintings and even giant plush carrots sprawled across the floor, everything you’ll discover here can easily be appreciated by all, even if you don’t consider yourself a hardcore art buff.

Once you’re done, pop by coffee roaster Alchemist within the same building for a caffeine fix.

Keep up to date with Nonage Gallery’s latest exhibitions via their Instagram page.

Rachel Yohannan
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Rachel Yohannan


The Mill
5 Jln Kilang
Opening hours:
Daily noon-6pm
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