SINGAPORE GALLERIES


Opera Gallery
2 Orchard Turn, # 04-15 ION Orchard, Singapore, 238801 / 65 6735 2618/  operagallery.com

Founded by Gilles Dyan in Paris in 1994 and now internationally established with offices in Paris, London, Geneva, Monaco, New York, Miami, Aspen, Singapore, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beirut and Dubai, Opera Gallery is one of the leading dealers in modern and contemporary art with museums as well as private clients worldwide. Offering artworks of high quality, the gallery has a reputation for excellence, integrity and discretion that it continues to earn by providing a high level of service to understandably demanding clients. Open: Mon - Fri: 11am - 8pm; Sat & Sun : 10am - 8pm.

 

 
 

Art Plural Gallery
Art Plural Gallery, 38 Armenian Street, Singapore/ 6566.368.360/ www.artpluralgallery.com

Founded by Swiss art dealer Frédéric de Senarclens in May 2011, Art Plural Gallery is a unique contemporary art gallery located in the heart of Singapore’s cultural district. The gallery encompasses an expansive 12,000 square feet spread across 4 levels of exhibition space, housed within an Art Deco heritage building. In 2013, Art Plural Gallery was named by Blouin Artinfo as one of the Best New Galleries in the World. The gallery’s exhibition programme includes leading international artists such as Bernar Venet, Fabienne Verdier, Li Tianbing, Pablo Reinoso, Chun Kwang Young, Jedd Novatt and Ian Davenport. Today the gallery is known as a significant destination for art collectors from all over the world. Open: Mon-Sat 11 am- 7 pm.
 

 
 

ION Art Gallery
2 Orchard Turn, ION Orchard, Singapore 238801/ 6562.388.228/ www.ionorchard.com

ION Art, a dedicated programme, introduces new and multi-media art into the Integrated Mall experience and offers the best of Asian and Singapore modern and contemporary art and design from established and emerging artists & designers. This includes a 5,600 sq ft gallery space within the mall - the largest of its kind in Singapore, that houses international and local exhibitions and displays of art, design and new media. Open: Mon-Sun, 10 am-10 pm, daily.
 

 
 

Yavuz Gallery
Gillman Barracks, 9 Lock Road #02-23, Singapore 108937/ 6567.343.262/ yavuzgallery.com

Since its establishment in 2010 by Turkish owner Can Yavuz, Yavuz Gallery has developed a reputation as one of Southeast Asia’s premier destinations for cutting-edge Asian and Middle Eastern contemporary art. While the gallery doesn’t concentrate on one particular medium or stylistic movement, exhibitions tend to demonstrate social significance and the spirit of unconventionality and surprise. Open: Tue-Sat: 11am-7pm; Sunday: 1pm-5pm.
 

 
 

Barnadas Huang
Barnadas Huang, 22 Dempsey Road, Singapore/ 6566.354.707/ www.barnadashuang.com

Barnadas Huang is a contemporary fine art gallery in Singapore, with a strong focus on some of the top established and emerging artists in Europe today. Founded by partners Abigail Wong and Benjamin Ng, in collaboration with Barcelona native Jordi Barnadas, Barnadas Huang is the sister gallery of the influential Galería Jordi Barnadas. Barnadas Huang aims to establish its identity as a leading art gallery in Asia, by engaging both new and existing generations of art collectors looking to explore the exciting territory of contemporary European fine art. Open: Mon-Fri, 12 pm-7 pm.
 

 
 

The Drawing Room
The Drawing Room, 5 Lock Road, Gillman Barracks, Singapore/ 6566.943.289/ drawingroomgallery.com

The Drawing Room is a contemporary art gallery in Makati City, Philippines. It features artists from the Philippines whose respective practices investigate the complementary and often merging position between their oeuvre and lifestyles. The gallery exists in a dynamic and in-depth platform with its artists, presented in The Drawing Room’s support in interdisciplinary artistic processes. Open: Mon-Fri, 10 am-6 pm.
 

 
 

Gajah Gallery
39 Keppel Road Tanjong Pagar Distripark #03-04, Singapore/ 6567.374.202/ www.gajahgallery.com

Since 1996, Gajah Gallery has been a pioneering body in the Southeast Asian arts scene, representing a portfolio of the region’s leading artists as well as engaging the brightest emerging talents in contemporary art today. From humble beginnings in Singapore at Monk’s Hill, the Gallery has since expanded to a huge, beautifully-designed industrial warehouse space in Tanjong Pagar, and opened a second exhibition house in the thriving arts city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Both exhibition spaces are fuelled with a unique atmosphere, that invites an interplay of contemporary aesthetics and critical discourse. Open: Mon - Fri: 11:00am to 7:00pm: Sat, Sun & PH: 12:00pm to 6:00pm.
 

 
 

Collectors Contemporary
Collectors Contemporary, 21 Orchard Boulevard, 01-21 Park House, Singapore/ 6596.337.331/ www.collectors.com.sg

Founded in 2007, Collectors Contemporary has specialized in the exhibition and sale of important works of contemporary art. The gallery exists as a platform to broaden audiences for international art, nurture innovative artistic practice and facilitate the acquisition of artwork by celebrated contemporary artists.
 

 
 

FOST Gallery
1 Lock Road, #01-02, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108932/ 6566.943.080/ www.fostgallery.com

Established in 2006, the eponymous FOST Gallery takes its name from its founder, Stephanie Fong, who from the outset made it its mission to show progressive contemporary artists from around the world with a special focus on artists based in Singapore. In 2012, the gallery expanded and relocated to Gillman Barracks, Singapore’s premier contemporary art precinct. FOST Gallery has been named by Blouin Artinfo as one of Asia’s top art galleries since 2013. Open: Mon-Sun, 11 am-7 pm.
 

 
 
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Ode To Art
01-36E/F Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road, Singapore 179103/ 6562.501.901/ www.odetoart.com

Ode To Art represents an international spectrum of artists with diverse collections of paintings, sculptures, photography, and installation art. Currently with spaces in Singapore and Malaysia, Ode To Art has in its portfolio some of the most distinguished names in contemporary art in the likes of Fernando Botero, Mauro Perucchetti, Qin Feng, Chen Wenling, Lee Jung Woong and Lim TzePeng. The gallery is also actively involved in the development of contemporary art and promotes many promising international emerging artists from their various genres of visual arts.