This will be the first in a multipart series on the Singapore National Gallery. Since I am not a commercial photographer I can take my time and make many return trips. Of course I do not get the convenience of being “official” either. 🙂
The Singapore National Gallery is currently the “world’s largest collection of South-East-Asian” art. There is quite a lot of art content and as of now not all the collections have been set up yet. When all the galleries are set up, art lovers may need to spend more than half-a-day if they want to see everything!
This was actually the old parliament building which was built during British colonial times. Parliament has relocated to a newer building just across a street. As expected there is an impressive amount of scale and architectural eye-candy to the whole place.
Next follow-up coming within this week – stay tuned!