Visiting National Gallery Singapore, Part 2

During my visit, it was only the UOB Southeast Asia gallery that I have explored due to time constraint. I was so engrossed admiring the interiors of the old Supreme Court building and all the paintings on display on the gallery that by the time I came out it was already evening. The UOB Southeast Asia Gallery aptly named Between Declarations and Dreams.

The UOB Southeast Asia Gallery occupied three floors and chronologically presented from the 19th century period to the 1990s. It displays important artworks mostly from the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the rest of Southeast Asia.

Level 3

Authority and Anxiety, contains the collection from 19th to early 20th century

Gallery 1

Gallery 2

Christian Virgins Exposed to the Populace c.1884 Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo

Spain and the Philippines c.1884 Juan Luna

The Boat c. 1876 Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo

Family Portrait -Simon Flores

Imagining Country and Self from 1900s to 1940s

Gallery 3

Gallery 4

Gallery 5

Manifesting the Nation from 1950s to 1970s

Gallery 6

Mother Nature's Bounty Harvest 1935 - Victor Edades,Galo Ocampo, Carlos Francisco

Gallery 7

Marketplace during the Occupation - 1942 Fernando Amorsolo

Defend Thy Honour -1945 Fernando Amorsolo

Gallery 8

Gallery 9

Gallery 10 & 11

Dimension of Fear -1965 Jose Joya

Level 4 

Re:Defining Art from 1970s and After

Gallery 12

Level 5 

Re:Defining Art from 1970s and After

Gallery 13

Buddhist - 1993 Truong Tan

Bury my Soul in Chico River -1981 Santiago Bose

Gallery 14 & 15

Mythology: Return History's Whore, His Mother - 1984 Cesar Syjuco

Very, Very Happy Victims - 1996 Agung Kurniawan