Maya Gallery - Singapore
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Maya Gallery is proud to be located in the heart of Haji Lane in Kampong Glam, a culturally rich and trendy area. Since its launch in April 2012, the gallery has won the hearts of art enthusiasts with its locally flavoured exhibitions. Get closer to household names like Sujak Rahman, Sunar Sugiyou, Jeffrey Wandly and Iskandar Jalil, as well as, budding artists through the magnificent display of their masterpieces.
Directors of Maya Gallery, husband and wife, Jeffrey Wandly and Masturah Shaari believe that art has a significant role to play in society.They hope to continue to cultivate and promote the beauty of art.
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