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National Gallery Singapore

A huge collection housed in a pair of national monuments

Credit: National Gallery Singapore
Credit: National Gallery Singapore
Credit: National Gallery Singapore
Credit: National Gallery Singapore

Occupying the restored former Supreme Court and City Hall buildings – two Singaporean monuments that played a key role in the country’s growth – in the Downtown Core, the 64,000sq m gallery trumpets the world’s biggest Southeast Asian art collection. Amid the noteworthy network of classic rooms embellished by contemporary additions seek out any number of permanent or temporary exhibitions, with initiatives alongside international museums designed to position the city-state as the go-to arena for local and global art. Previous attractions of note have included Musee d’Orsay masterpieces from Monet and Renoir, the paintings of Raden Saleh and Juan Luna, and a retrospective of Asian art since the 19th century. Expect more of the same to follow. 

 

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