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Consisting of over 8,000 pieces of art, the National Gallery of Singapore is the world's largest public collection of Singaporean and Southeast Asian art. The collection ranges from 19th-century art to that of the present day. There are also interactive works, regular exhibitions, conferences and events held at the gallery. The gallery seeks to exhibit and promote Southeast Asian artwork and aims to provide an understanding and appreciation of the art and culture of the region.
The ReDot Fine Art Gallery, located on Hill Street is a must visit for all Fine Art enthusiasts. Art collectors and businessmen can approach the friendly staff for advice on Aboriginal and Indigenous artworks, lighting and insurance. The spacious interiors with attractive skylights serve as an atmospheric backdrop to parties, corporate events, product launches and luncheons which can be hosted here. Check website for details.
Occupying a Roman classical building, the Singapore Art Museum features modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and installations from Southeast Asia. With state-of-the-art galleries, it boasts a permanent collection of nearly 7000 artworks by established and pioneering artists. Visitors can also access digital images of works from public institutions and private collections all over the region. Art aficionados visiting Singapore, simply cannot miss this gallery. Singapore Art Museum also has exhibits for children.
The Opera Gallery Singapore is like an experience from the time you step foot into this marvelous building. Staying true to its art heritage, the building is done is artistic colors and segments where abstract is the main theme even on the walls. The gallery holds painting from renowned Asian and European painters and artists like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, and the famous Ting Shao Kuang, a Chinese painter. You will find a lot of good stuff to see and buy here.
Established in 2006, the FOST Gallery is named after its founder, Stephanie Fost. It was recognized as one of the best galleries in Asia, by Blouin Artinfo in 2013. The gallery features works of many famous local and international artists. Dedicated to contemporary art, this gallery is open to public visitation only on appointment basis. The gallery is famed to exhibit the works of Tang Da Wu, Singapore's father of contemporary art. Apart from this most notable international exhibitions are of United States of America's Rodney Smith and the much popular Vietnamese artist Phi Phi Oanh. It also has several sculptures by top Singaporean sculptors.