About

Since 1996, Gajah Gallery has been a pioneering body in the Southeast Asian arts scene, representing a portfolio of the region’s leading artists as well as engaging the brightest emerging talents in contemporary art today. From humble beginnings in Singapore at Monk’s Hill, the Gallery has since expanded to a huge, beautifully-designed industrial warehouse space in Tanjong Pagar, and opened a second exhibition house in the thriving arts city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Both exhibition spaces are fuelled with a unique atmosphere, that invites an interplay of contemporary aesthetics and critical discourse.

Gajah Gallery remains dedicated to promoting artists from the region and highlighting their international relevance. Over the years the gallery has built a legacy of initiatives such as re-invigorating academic contributions to the category of Indonesian art and history, creating landmark shows such as Lokanat: Ground Zero which travelled to Yangon, Intersections: Latin American and Southeast Asian Contemporary Art which travelled to Havana, Cuba and the founding of art institute Yogya Art Lab (YAL). Through significant collaborations with Singapore Art Museum (SAM), National University of Singapore Museum, and hosting at least five spectacular exhibitions each year, Gajah Gallery cements its commitment to supporting leading artists and nurturing emerging international talent, ensuring our content is as compelling as our curatorial concepts.

 

YOGYA ART LAB
The Yogya Art Lab (YAL) is Gajah Gallery’s major initiative based in Yogyakarta, a major arts hub in Indonesia. YAL is an experimental platform for prominent and emerging artists to come together to produce works across various mediums such as paper, sculpture, performance and digital visual production. The lab has collaborated with outstanding artists like Yunizar and Ashley Bickerton to produce some of their finest bronze and aluminium sculpture pieces respectively.

In an increasingly customised world where control over inputs, processes and outputs has made a definite return to the hands of contemporary artists, YAL takes progressive measures by teaming international artists with local craftsmen in order to re-define the term artistic collaboration within our contemporary circumstances.

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Locations

Singapore

39 Keppel Road, Tanjong Pagar Distripark
#03-04, Singapore 089065

Tel : +65 6737 4202

Operating Hours
Mon – Fri: 11:00am to 7:00pm
Sat, Sun & PH: 12:00pm to 6:00pm

 

Singapore

Indonesia

Jalan Keloran No. 6
Yogyakarta 55181
Indonesia

Tel : +62 (0) 878 3834 7868

Operating Hours
Mon – Fri: 10:00am to 5:00pm
Sat: 9:00am to 1:00pm
Sunday and PH: Closed

 

Indonesia