Dahlia Gallery - Singapore
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The subtle allure of the Chinatown shophouse adds to the charm of Dahlia Gallery, a contemporary art gallery. Showcasing artworks from young and budding artists from Singapore, Malaysia, Korea and Australia, the cosy gallery appeal to avid art devotees. Displayed artworks from artists such as Anthony Chua Say Hua and Oh Mikyung range from paintings, drawings, sculptures and ceramics. The gallery also holds solo and group exhibitions, including the most recent 'Circus' which featured works by six emerging artists from Sabah.
On a different level, Dahlia Gallery also prides itself in providing corporate services such as commissioned works, murals, framing and art.
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