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PM Lee unveils S$532m National Gallery

The finest home for S'pore and South-east Asian art opens its doors on Tuesday

PM Lee admiring calligraphy by Pan Shou at the National Gallery. With him are museum director Eugene Tan and Ms Fu. The museum, which has been 10 years in the making, occupies the former City Hall and Supreme Court buildings. Its handsomely refurbished interiors display more than 800 significant works in the DBS Singapore Gallery and UOB Southeast Asia Gallery.


THE biggest and most important art museum in the history of Singapore was unveiled by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong on Monday evening. Accompanied by his wife Ho Ching as well as Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth, Mr Lee spent an hour touring the 64,000 sq m...

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