Timings : Tuesday - Saturday: 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Time Required : 1 - 2 hours
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Singapore boasts of vibrant paintings, unconventional sculptures and extraordinary architecture. Even if art is not your forte, the sight of the artistic features at every nook of this bustling city-state is sure to mesmerize you. Of the several art galleries spread across Singapore, the fascinating ReDot Fine Art Gallery is one that stands out. Established in 2004, the ReDot Fine Art Gallery was originally a quaint 'Peranakan' shophouse that was later transformed into the beautiful, sophisticated art gallery we see today, located within the Chinatown precinct. This extensive gallery remains unique in the sense that it is the only gallery in Singapore which exhibits Australian Indigenous Art.
The prime objective of the unique ReDot Fine Art Gallery is to provide people with opportunities to understand and embrace the Australian culture, and they aim at doing so by showcasing the beautiful paintings by internationally recognised, highly acclaimed, Indigenous Australian artists. The rich diversity of cultural heritage of the continent down south is preserved by bringing in pieces from the Aboriginal and Strait Islander community-based art centres, which act as significant vehicles for the expression of traditional Australian values and culture.
Since 2015, this gallery also features some of the non-Indigenous artists of Australia in order to observe the fusion of the art movements prevailing in Australia's art culture. The blend of elements from the nomadic and modern cultures helps us understand how the entire world is being linked to each other through these cultural practices.