UOB Art Gallery

UOB Art Gallery

Located at the lobby of UOB Plaza 1, the UOB Art Gallery provides a creative respite amid the hustle and bustle of Singapore’s Central Business District.

It is a place where members of the public can gather to appreciate works in the UOB Art Collection. From time to time, the gallery also features winning entries from the UOB Painting of the Year competition and solo exhibitions by the competition’s alumni artists.

We hope you take the time to visit the UOB Art Gallery and enjoy the artworks on display there.

The UOB Art Gallery can be found at UOB Plaza 1, 80 Raffles Place, Singapore 048624

What’s on showcase now?

UOB Painting of the Year Winners’ Series

A Moment in Time Solo Art Exhibition by
Carey Ngai
Three-time Winner of the UOB Painting of the Year competition
2016 UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore) Award Winner, Established Category

Art plays a critical role in documenting society’s economic progress and technological advances; art also acts as a universal language, speaking to our memories and emotions.” – Carey Ngai

Oil on canvas
150 x 135 cm

Visit the UOB Art Gallery and be transported to A Moment in Time, the solo exhibition by Mr Carey Ngai.

015A Tools Man’s Memory II
Oil on canvas
135 x 150 cm

Carey invites viewers to experience first-hand poignant scenes, places and objects as seen through his eyes. Expressed through the medium of oil on canvas in Carey’s signature Classical Realism style, A Moment in Time features detailed sketches and three splendid series of life-like artworks – the Industry series on machines and workspaces, Forest series, and a special series, Life in Still.

35X25cmPrelude I
Ink on paper
35 x 25 cm

Cutting Edge
Oil on canvas
108 x 80 cm

Purple Rain_Carey Ngai_68x80 cmPurple Rain
Oil on canvas
68 x 80 cm

014Ann Siang Hill
Oil on canvas
171 x 91 cm

Download the catalogue for A Moment in Time art exhibition.

About the artist

Mr Carey Ngai is the 2016 UOB Painting of the Year (Singapore) winner. Born into a family of artists, Carey spent his early years learning art at the Guangzhou College of Fine Arts, studying Chinese brush painting.