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    Art Dealers and Non-institutional Galleries

    3D only Art Consultancy - defunct: Jonathan Benavides the manager focused on sculpture in this consultancy business.
    A Gallery - gallery at Far East Shopping Centre that showed The Beauty of Nature: Flowers with Hein Art.
    A Ton of Bricks - defunct: independent gallery headed by Peter Wee with young emerging artists, Peter Wee was formerly the gallery manager of Art-2.
    Alandes Art - specializes in Chinese fine art.
    Almost Famous Art - defunct: founded 2002: website: online art gallery that mainly promotes Singaporean artists.
    Ansana, formerly known as Lisa-Art - founded 2004: website: located at 10 Ann Siang Hill.
    Andres Contemporary Art - European, international, contemporary art at 10 Jervois Lane.
    Anthropology Gallery - founded circa 2003: website: lifestyle store that also hosts art and photography shows on its 2nd level, artists who have shown there include Yeo Shih Yun and Rajinder Singh.
    Artfolio Gallery  - founded 1990: website: gallery was originally at Orchard Hotel, then subsequently was based at the old Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade.
    Artfolio SPACE - founded 1990: website: an alternative space at the Raffles Hotel Shopping Arcade second level.
    Art Action - located at Toh Guan Centre.
    Art Agent - regional art dealership run by Helen Tay and Josef Ng; in 2003 their artists are primarily Thai and Singaporean.
    Art and Soul Gallery - defunct: gallery at Circular Road just adjacent to Boat Quay that showcases local and regional art.
    Art Base - defunct art gallery that was previously run by two women who later started Art-2.
    Art et Domain - founded 1995: website: gallery at Park Mall, with branches in Malaysia and Indonesia, specializes in home and commercial markets.
    Art Exquisite - website: Singapore based gallery that sells artworks from India online.
    Art Focus - art gallery operated by pleasant staff at Centerpoint in 2002, with a stable of artists, but will be looking for new premises.
    Art Forum, formerly known as Raya Gallery - founded 1971 by Majorie Chu: website: renamed Art Forum in 1980, gallery featuring a variety of artists and styles.
    Art Galleries Association Singapore, aka AGA - founded 1996: website: about the AGA members, some 15 of them, and their gallery locations.
    Art Line Fine Art Gallery - website: gallery at Singapore International Exhibition and Convention Center Mall and operated by Dawn.
    Art-Loft - website: contemporary gallery with international artists, uniquely located above the Volvo showroom, sited 249 Alexander Road.
    Artmosaic Gallery - website: gallery at MICA building.
    Art Motion - founded 2002 by Jose Tay: Jose manages this local gallery and promotes father Cultural Medallion recipient Tay Chee Toh and regional artists.
    Art of Giving - founded 2006 by Tony Ho: website: a Connoisseur Artworks fund-raising project, where proceeds of art sold will be donated entirely toward charities under the auspices of the Community Chest.
    Art Seasons - website: gallery at 5 Gemmill Lane, curator Nan Nan, gallery manager Wong Hui Ling, showcases foreign and local artists; China gallery to be launched; Terry Lee and Jose Tay are key personnel in this operation.
    Artesan - founded 2006 by Roberta Dans: website: a roaming art gallery showing foreign artists.
    Arty Art Gallery - founded 2006 by May Tanda Oo: website: showcases Myanmar artists at least 3 times a year in Singapore, representative of the ACD Gallery, Myanmar.
    Art-2 Art Consultants - founded 1991 by Vera and Tzi: website: exhibits some of the more exciting developments in Southeast Asian contemporary art.
    Aryaseni - founded 2004: website: Indian and local contemporary painters, located Block 43 Jalan Merah Saga #02-62, Workloft @ Chip Bee, Holland Village.
    Asian Art Options - founded by Claudio Cellini: website: consultancy service provided also by Audrey Phng.
    Atelier Frank and Lee - website: South-East Asian art gallery at 53 Emerald Road in 2002 that is co-managed by Yvonne Lee in 2002.
    Atelier J Lacroix - new gallery in Singapore in 2003.
    Avant Garde@Hakaren - website: paintings and sculptures on display, represents Chinese artists at the basement gallery at Tanglin Shopping Center.
    Aw Pottery - responsible for some of the public sculptures in Singapore.
    b Gallery - multi-media gallery at Brazen Communications at River Valley Road.
    B2G, aka Blue 2 Green - founded 2003: website: gallery opening in February 2004 at Everton Road.
    Bhaskar's Art Gallery - showcases Indian Art.
    Block 43 Gallery - new kid on the block in 2003 at WorkLoft@Chip Bee Gardens.
    Block 43 Gallery - website.
    Blue Lotus Fine Art - the gallery at College Green that showcases painters and sculptors.
    Bobby Chng Art Gallery - the fashion designer's art gallery at Neil Road.
    Bodhi Art - founded 2004: website: represents contemporary Indian artists, at Neil Road.
    Boon's Pottery - shows and sells work by Chuan Siang Boon and other Singapore ceramic artists.
    Brazen - website: an independent design and new media gallery, featuring progressive works in the graphic and visual arts, be it graffiti or photography to audio-visual installations and short film screenings.
    Cafe Gallery Shibata - defunct: 2nd-floor cafe at Boat Quay that allowed visitors to savor refreshments with art.
    Caldwell House Gallery - at CHJIMES, a food and beverage night hub converted from a leading girl's school.
    Canvas Cover - founded by Peggy Ng Good: defunct: corporate art sales and rental agency.
    Cape of Good Hope Art Gallery - website: local art gallery with realistic paintings and sculpture, located at MICA Building since 2004.
    Cavant-garde - website: founded by Singaporean Cavan Wee to market artists all over the world through a portal.
    Chateau d arts - Chinese calligraphy artist Zhang Zhi Zhong is represented here.
    Chinese Eyes Gallery - shows works by foreign artists.
    Christie's Singapore - website: local office of the established international auction house whose local office is currently closed as a result of downturn in Art purchases.
    Cicada's Art Gallery - defunct: art gallery that was previously at Ann Siang Hill that also featured works of Jimmy Ong.
    Cochine Art Gallery - website: gallery at the fashionable Club Street with Stephanie Leung as the Director in 2002.
    Connoisseur Artworks - founded 2006 by Tony Ho: website: 2,000 sq feet private art gallery showroom, located at Nutmeg Road, managed by Rosemary Lau, Joanna Yau, Angeline, and Jacqueline, local stable artists include Sim Lian Huat, and Lim Leong Seng.
    D'Apres Nous - website: oil paintings by French artist Anne Severyns.
    Debony Art Gallery - website: represents artists from Belgium and is located at CHIJMES.
    Delia Arts - founded 1995 by Delia Prvacki: website: art consultancy that takes on projects such as murals, monumental paintings, sculptures.
    Della Butcher Gallery - founded by Della Butcher: defunct: operated by one of the key patrons of Singapore Art, the gallery closed with her demise, however the good name carries on with the Della Butcher Award for students of LaSalle College of the Arts.
    DLR Gallery - founded 1988: website: low-profile gallery situated with a photographic studio, sited at trendy upmarket Holland Village, aims to develop a Singaporean identity in the visual arts by holding shows of local artists, showcases Teo Eng Seng's works and other Singaporean artists, located 17C Lorong Liput.
    Dreamscape - founded 2005: website: gallery of canvas paint graffiti and skin tatoo artists, Ruby, Samuel, Astha, and Shane.
    Dynasties Antique & Art Gallery - commercially-oriented home decorative works from China's artists, managed by Johnny Yu Ching-Chung, gallery at Liang Court.
    E-Art-h Works - gallery that has shown works by groups such as Finelines.
    Eagle's Dream - second gallery at the same site of Eagle's Eye Art Gallery.
    Eagle's Eye Art Gallery - website: headed by Joy Loh, offers Asian paintings through a bricks and mortar as well as virtual gallery, located Stamford Road.
    Earl Lu Gallery - website: space at La-Salle SIA College of the Arts, classified more as a public exhibition space, but is a member of Art Galleries Association.
    First Love Art Studio - website: Samuel Teo's art gallery and studio space at Shaw Center; works shown are paintings of roses; you can watch him paint there.
    FOST - website: gallery shows paintings, prints, and ceramics, installation, sculpture and photography.
    Fouronefour - website: ceramics by Australian artist Evan Davis, and some art pieces from Singapore and foreign artists, a lifestyle home gallery.
    Frame Hub Gallery - website: showcases both local and Myanmar artists, and is a framing store as well.
    Front.Room.Gallery - website: gallery for new media at Orita-Sinclair International.
    Front Row - founded 2005: website: third floor of the 3-storey shophouse serves as a gallery space for fine art showcase.
    Gajah Gallery - founded 1995: website: Asian art gallery with works from Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Singapore, sited at MITA building since 2002; contact personnel are Jasdeep Sandhu and Karen Phan.
    galeriebelvedere - website: gallery at Capital Tower run by managers Jaya Mohideen and Sarah Lidia Ariff.
    Gallerie Dauphin - website: commercial gallery based in Singapore showcasing art sourced from different nations.
    Gallery@SIXTYHILL - located at 60 Hill Street.
    Gallery 21 - defunct: started as an unit of lifestyle and fashion retail company Club 21, this art gallery at Riverwalk Galleria nonetheless held several provocative and arresting shows in the 1990s, before it was closed, or some views, reopened as Notices.
    Gallery278 - website: stores abstract home decorative works, including works by Leslie Sim, but focus diluted by interests on lifestyle objects and furniture, sited at River Valley Road.
    Gallery Nawei - semi-realistic and abstract painting gallery at Shaw Center; managed by Jenny Huimin Wight in 2003.
    Gallery Upstairs at Origin Asia - showcases Asian art, located at River Valley Road.
    Gnani Arts - founded 2003: website: extensive collection of South Indian contemporary art by acclaimed masters and emerging artists, site-specific art curation/consultancy.
    Gaugin Gallery - defunct: gallery showing large paintings that was at Orchard Parade Shopping Center.
    Geeleinan Gallery - website: home decorative works, Asian inspired Art and Living, off Portsdown Road.
    Graphic World - prints and original works by Singaporean artists, sited 11A Teo Hong Road.
    Hakaren Art Gallery - founded 1997: website: represents Chinese artists, with at least 9 artists on a worldwide basis; gallery manager is Fiona Lee, in 2002 the gallery was at Tanglin Shopping Center.
    Hein Art Gallery - founded 2004: at ChinaTown Point, deals with artists from China, and also from Singapore; co-managed by Jenny Seah.
    Heng Artland - website: specializes on Chinese art, and physically sited at the Paragon in 2002.
    Hoglund Art Glass Gallery - glass art by Marie Simberg Hoglund and Olga Hoglund.
    House of 100 Happiness - this is more of a Chinese art and craft store, but if you are looking for commercial home-display China paintings, you can find a small selection at this store at Chinatown.
    Image Gallery - home painting and house decor gallery at Bukit Timah row of gentrified shophouses.
    I.N. Art Gallery + DESIGN CLASSICS - website: space for contemporary Chinese art, primarily promoting art works from the village of Song Zhuang, China.
    Indigo Blue Art - founded 2004: website: showcases contemporary Indian Art in Singapore, located at 37 Kreta Ayer Road, has offices in New Delhi and London.
    Ipreciation - founded 2000 by Helina Chan: website: the virtual window to Eastern Heritage, managed by Helina Chan and Lim Chee Twang; physically sited formerly at DP Space and at the entertainment district of Mohammed Sultan at a Heritage-winning architectural building in 2003; now at the Fullerton Singapore; specialist in public sculpture works and paintings.
    Ipreciation - introduction to the gallery that specializes in public sculpture commissions and paintings, received the National Tourism Award from President Nathan in 2005.
    Jasmine Fine Arts - Jasmine Tay runs this gallery at Paragon and is a participant at Art Singapore 2004.
    Jeta Gallery - Chinese paintings, located Chinatown Point.
    Jin Yin Mo - founded 2005: website: online art gallery featuring Chinese ink artists from Singapore.
    Ketna Petal@Michi Artists - website: range of artworks by emerging and established artists.
    Kiri Desa - commercial small gallery with small decorative works at affordable prices, sited 211 Holland Avenue, #03-29A.
    Kwan Hua Art Gallery - website: small decorative works and Chinese paintings at this gallery that also has framing services.
    Lajeunesse Asian Art - website: art gallery that has staged shows such as Inner Kingdom by Florence Shen in 2003.
    Loe-Van - a commercial interior small-work realistic sculpture gallery in the 1990s at the Shaw Center, Singapore.
    Linda Gallery - website: showcases Indonesian works, contact Mark Cheong and Ali in this painting gallery, sited 15 Dempsey Road, #01-03.
    Lisa-Art, now known as Ansana - founded 2004: website: gallery located at Riverside Point, 2006 relocated to 11 Ann Siang Hill.
    Loong Hua Arts and Crafts - represents China artists of ink painting genre, located at 290 Orchard Road #05-27, Paragon in 2006.
    Lorin and Kristy Fine Art Gallery - founded 1995: Singapore-based warehouse gallery at Kaki Bukit, focus on South-East Asian artists, especially Indonesia.
    Michi Artist Sudios + Gallery - founded 1986: takes part in ArtSingapore 2005.
    Min Heart Art - gallery that specializes in aesthetic Chinese paintings for home and office display and that is managed by David Lim, opened in 2003.
    Mirage Art Gallery - website: a Chinese gallery at Chinatown that has many China-imported paintings primarily created for commercial home display.
    Momentous Art - gallery space at Marina Square in 2003.
    Moni Art Gallery - at 263 Lavender Street, shows decorative paintings and sculptures  sourced from resident Singapore and overseas artists; Singaporean artists include Tan CB, Poh BS, Moni, and Raj.
    Monarch Art Gallery - founded by Lye Swee Khoon: gallery at French Road showcases Singaporean artists, formerly at Middle Road.
    Monsoonasia Gallery - founded 2005: website: contemporary gallery at 14A Everton Road.
    Moxie Union - website: artists from New Zealand represented by this gallery in Singapore.
    Myanmar Gallery of Contemporary Art - works by artists form Myanmar, located in the same building as Art Seasons, sited 280 South Bridge Road.
    Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts Gallery - website: this art gallery will be more accurately be described as a public exhibition space, but is a member of Art Galleries Association in the year 2002.
    New Arts Gallery - founded 2004: website: showcases Vietnamese, Indian and Singaporean artists, sited 44 Amoy Street.
    Notices the Gallery - commercial gallery at the fashionable walkway link between Hilton and Four Seasons Hotels.
    Ode to Art - website: showcases Singapore and foreign artists, artists include Eric Lim, Jazz Chong, Jolly Low YS, Ng Kok Wai, Yong Yuet Fong: managed by Jane low, once initiated a Charity drive that raised funds for the intellectually disabled, sited at Raffles City Shopping Center, #01-36E/F, 252 North Bridge Road.
    Opera Gallery - website: posh commercial gallery with decorative works at Ngee Ann City in 2003.
    Orchard Gallery - founded 1984: website: carries works by established Chinese and Singapore artists, based at MITA building, represents Zhu FuXin and Wei ErShen.
    Osage Atelier - website: oil and mixed media paintings, contemporary art, located at Tudor Court.
    Oviato Art Gallery - website: represents established Singapore artists, Excelsior Shopping Centre, B1-28.
    Parisan Galere - gallery of mass-produced works by factory studio craft-man artist and some copies of famous paintings are among works offered.
    Peach Blossom Gallery - traditional realistic paintings gallery and framer at United Square and also at Centrepoint in 2005.
    Pearl River Gallery - showcases Vietnamese and Indo-Chinese artists, sited River Valley Road.
    Pictura - dealer of prints with offices at Heeren and Raffles City.
    Plum Blossoms - website: international gallery shows contemporary Chinese Art, branch in Singapore at MICA building apparently closed down in 2003 from a criminal breach of trust infringement; New York and Hong Kong still running.
    Portrait Workshop - founded in 1995 by Chong Jit Leong: website: provides classic serious portraits, caricatures, digital illustrations, and framing services.
    Raffles Avenue - founded in 2000: website: dealers of prints of pioneer Singapore artists.
    Raffles Fine Arts Auctioneers - local art auction house and gallery, publisher of Singapore Fine Arts index.
    Ready-Made Projects - founded by Putriv Trisulo: website: a platform dedicated at supporting and promoting the contemporary visual arts through exhibitions, educational programs, events and book projects; responsible for the Cubex graffiti show at Esplanade in July 2004.
    Red Dot Gallery - founded 2004: website: Aboriginal Art Gallery at Everton Road.
    Red Sea Gallery - founded 2002: website: painting gallery at River Valley Road, exhibits a wide selection of paintings and sculptures from the Asia/Pacific region, also showcases artists from United Kingdom, France and Canada.
    Ruamrudee Gallery - showcases works from Thailand, sited 76 Robertson Quay, #03-03.
    San-Ee Art Gallery - showcases contemporary paintings by artists from China, sited 231 Bain Street, Bras Basah Complex, #01-05.
    Sanwa Art - founded 2003: website: specializes in Indonesian and other South-east Asian contemporary artists.
    Shanghai Fine Arts Gallery - ceramic, sculptures, and paintings by Chinese and South-east Asian artists, sited 19 Tanglin Road, #02-17/20.
    Shenn's Art Archives and Warehouse, aka Shenn's Fine Art - founded by Gim Ng: website: specialist in modern and contemporary Asian Art, focus on Indian art, Chinese contemporary art, South-east Asian art, and has spacious warehouse gallery, to visit by appointment.
    Shergillstudio - website: contemporary art gallery, features the owner's works and also that of other local artists.
    Sin Hua Gallery - founded 1980: website: concentrates on fine and contemporary artists from China, tie-up with Beijing Rong Bao Zhai Gallery, gallery situated at 290 Orchard Road, #05-29.
    Singapore Tyler Print Institute - website: at Robertson Quay, this place also retails print works of contemporary masters, key personnel include Matin Tran and Ong Boon Chai.
    Soobin Art Gallery - founded 1990: website: headed by the acclaimed photographer and art dealer Chua Soo Bin, managed by Nancy Leong; specialist in contemporary art from China and Singapore, charming gallery that was located previously at Dou Hua Lou, Halifax Road, and at MICA Building since 2003.
    Sotheby's Singapore - website: local office at the Regent Hotel; headed by Quek Chin Yeow.
    Soul Arts - defunct: gallery located at South Bridge Road in 2004, shows local works and provides exhibition walls and marketing services.
    Space 21 - a gallery space.
    Space 217 - photographic art gallery.
    Studio Miu - gallery and arts studio at Takashimaya Level 4.
    Sun Craft - active in the 80s and early 90s, long-standing framer and small scale gallery that has small paintings by local artists on the wall, sited 19 Tanglin Road, #02-08.
    Sunday Studio - at Monk's Hill.
    Sungtao Galleries - website: commercial gallery that sells Chinese painting works, you may purchase the works too by fax and email.
    Sunjin Galleries - founded 2000: website: represents local and foreign Asian artists with a global perspective, sited at the fashionable Mohammed Sultan area in 2002, in 2003 based in Holland Village at Work Loft and has small outlet at Level 3 DFS Centre at Orchard Road, managed by Jennifer Soen.
    Swee Guan Art Gallery - founded 1993: defunct: during 1994-5, the gallery was the largest private gallery in Singapore at 28 Mohammed Sultan Road with two shop houses with cavernous inner recesses and two levels of exhibition space; contributed by the property developer Chng, and run by his daughter and son-in-law before its conversion to cool bars and discos.
    Taksu@Singapore - opened June 1993: website: Taksu means "spiritual force" in Bahasa Indonesia, the hip Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, and Bali gallery now has a representative office and showroom in Singapore at the trendy Holland Village WorkLoft@Chip Bee Gardens.
    The Antique House - some home and office interior small Chinese and Western paintings, at Chinatown Point.
    The Aryaseni - showcases South-east Asian and Asian-Pacific contemporary art.
    The Asylum - website: gallery that showcases local creative work, located at 22 Ang Siang Hill.
    The Coffee Connosieur@The Gallery - website: space for works at 51 Circular Road
    The Coffee Connosieur@NAFA, aka tcc NAFA - space for works.
    The Coffee Connosieur@RafflesXchange, aka tcc RafflesXchange - space for works.
    The Drawing Gallery - 290 Orchard Road, #05-28.
    The Expat Art Gallery - founded 2004: at the south of Singapore.
    The Peach Tree - showcases Singapore, Thai and Indonesian artists, located at Tudor Court.
    The Photographer's Gallery - #01-02, MICA Building, takes over the space of Plum Blossoms.
    The Touch - founded 2000: website: showcases Scandinavian artists and glass artists, previously sited 38 Bukit Pasoh Road, 2006 sited at Level 2 Millenia Walk.
    The Tolman Collection Represntative Office - website: contemporary Japanese art prints, with Majorie Chu as Singapore representative.
    Tian Du Art Gallery - website: Chinese painting gallery at Chinatown Point.
    Timeless Art Gallery - founded 1999: at the Pan Pacific Hotel, represents local and international artists.
    Trendsetterz International Pte Ltd - brings foreign artists to Singapore to show, 2006 February show of Australian artists at the Volvo Art Loft, director is Kathleen Gan.
    Triple Lotus Art Gallery - Chinese paintings gallery that was once online.
    T J Art - website: named after the owner T J, the gallery has collection of decorative art works created to please the senses; the gallery also carries furniture items.
    Un-titled Gallery - founded 2004: website: 800 square feet gallery that just opens at the Central Business District in Singapore, focuses on young and emerging professional artists.
    Utterly Art - started and headed by 2 men, Dr Phwee Keng Hock and Kenneth Tan, this contemporary art space at Chinatown area has held shows Space Invaders and Lima, and maintains one of the most interesting programming in town.
    Tzen Gallery - Chinese art gallery at Tanglin Shopping Center.
    Valentine Willie Special Projects (Singapore), aka VW Special Projects - VW founded 1996: recently Valentine Willie and Stephanie Tham established a Singaporean operation team-up to bring in international artists like Botero (2004) into Singapore.
    Valentine Willie Special Projects (Singapore), aka VW Special Projects - website: about the Botero (2004) in Singapore show that VW is bringing in.
    Vi Gallery - modernist South-east Asian Art at Tanglin Shopping Center.
    Visual Harmonics - website: art studio, gallery, and consultancy, showcases artists from Asia, Europe, and Africa, sited 33 Jalan Puteh Jerneh.
    Wetterling Teo Gallery - founded 1994: partnership between Swedish dealer Bjorn Wetterling and Teo, a real-estate developer; focus on established contemporary American masters, and few young Singaporean artists, Cai Heng, Chua Ek Kay, Goh Beng Kwan, Jeremy Ramsey, Kumari Nahappan, Lim Tiong Ghee and Nancy Chu Woo.
    Wunderspaze - founded 2006: website: new gallery at Killiney Road.
    Xin Shenzhou Gallery - defines pictures as opposed to art.
    Xtac Art Gallery - realistic Chinese paintings.
    Xuanhuan Art Gallery - located at Bain Street in 2006.
    Yaddo Art - website: Elements: Earth, Water, Wind, and Fire; shown at the Millennia Tower and organized by this gallery, located at 19 Duxton Hill in 2006.
    YiShuLang Gallery - founded 2004: website: at Chinatown Pagoda Street, this contemporary image traditional technique Chinese ink painting gallery draws visitors.
    Yong Gallery - gallery for Chinese calligraphy at Chinatown.

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