National Gallery Opening Celebrations

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The National Gallery Singapore, which has been in the making for a decade has finally opened its doors with a grand celebrations. Home to the world’s biggest collection of modern Southeast Asian Art, the gallery features the development of both Singapore and Southeast Asian art. Apart from the visual treat, visitors will also enjoy the outdoor block party from Nov 27 to 29. You can expect  art workshops, interactive installations and food stalls at the Padang that will run from 5 pm till late.

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An installation incorporating a blown-up version of the Portrait of Lee Boon Ngan by Chua Mia Tee

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Share the Hope is a stunning display of light, sound and visuals set against the backdrop of the newly transformed National Gallery Singapore and inspired by the art within its walls.


Eight-minute light, sound and visual performance titled “Share the Hope Façade Show”

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The iconic Padang has been transformed into a block party with thematic landscapes for artists and art lovers.

Share the Hope

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The five distinct spaces and each consist of a theme forming a giant pentagon on the Padang.

Yarn and rope installation at the carnival.

You cannot get away without any food at the carnival!

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The art carnival will run from till 29 November 2015. Admission to the carnival and the National Gallery Singapore is free until Dec 6. Visit National Gallery website for more information.

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