UTTERLY ART is a leading gallery exhibiting Singaporean and Philippine art, as well as a diverse selection of other Asian artists. We are also Singapore’s most active art space, changing our shows with clockwork regularity on a fortnightly basis. Since 2001, we have organized over 250 art exhibitions in Singapore for nearly 300 artists and photographers from Southeast Asia and farther afield in our Chinatown showroom and other external spaces. Specializing in emerging artists, we are pleased to have several of our featured artists collected by major museums and institutions around Asia, and graduate to the auction market in Sotheby's and Christie's.
We are experienced in providing event management services to both artists and clients alike, and can lend our organizational expertise in display, publicity and sales for events and exhibitions not just within our own gallery, but to various external venues. We offer art consultancy and valuation to both private and institutional clients, and project management for commissioned projects and art acquisitions.
We are open everyday from afternoon till 8pm on Mondays to Saturdays, and till 5.30pm on Sundays. Call Keng Hock (94872006) for appointments.
Here are some views of the gallery:
Our shop occupies a deeply historical part of Singapore. South Bridge Road existed in the 1820s, although it was properly constructed only in 1833 by George Coleman using Indian convict labour. Here's photographic evidence that shophouses existed in our position as early as the late 1860s. While our shop is old, we do not know when it dates from. It is formed by joining the upper stories of units 229 and 231 together by beaking down the adjoining wall. 229 used to house a Goldsmiths, while 231 housed Lea Hin Co. Ltd. which has since moved to Alexandra Road.