As a final curtain call for its closing exhibitions, the National Gallery Singapore is offering FREE ENTRY to two breathtaking shows for all visitors. This is a golden opportunity for everyone to visit the Gallery and view rare art pieces, learn about lesser known art practices around the region, and enjoy the beautiful architecture of the historically rich buildings which used to house City Hall and Former Supreme Court of Singapore.
Chua Mia Tee: Directing the Real
The exhibition Chua Mia Tee: Directing the Real sheds light on Singapore’s transformative years. Through works of the nation’s post-war modern evolution between the 1950s and 1980s, visitors are guaranteed to find these impactful scenes of everyday life in Singapore to be extremely meaningful. All visitors will get to enjoy free entry to this exhibition from 23 September 2022 to 4 October 2022.
Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia
Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia is another impressive exhibition that should not be missed. As the largest exhibition on First Peoples Art of Australia to travel to Asia, the exhibition features over 170 artworks by more than 150 artists, largely drawn from National Gallery of Australia and Wesfarmer’s Collection of Australian Art, visitors will be immersed in the rich culture and history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities through diverse mediums ranging from paintings, video installations, bark paintings, to sculptures and cutting-edge contemporary art. Free entry will be extended to all visitors from 9 to 25 September 2022.
In addition, visitors of all ages will also be able to enjoy a variety of free exhibitions and engaging activities, including the Gallery Children’s Biennale and Nothing is Forever: Rethinking Sculpture in Singapore.