What to buy now National Gallery Singapore presents Australian art and culture showcase By TTG Asia / Posted on 24 June, 2022 16:35 The largest exhibition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art to travel out of Australia has arrived in Singapore for a presentation at the National Gallery Singapore from now until September 25, 2022. The Ever Present: First Peoples Art of Australia will give audiences a rare and comprehensive look into First Peoples of Australia’s culture, history, and social action in the present. More than 170 artworks drawn from the collections of the National Gallery of Australia and The Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art, including many of their most significant artworks, are on display. The exhibition offers six themed sections – Ancestors + Creators, Country + Constellations, Community + Family, Culture + Ceremony, Trade + Influence and Resistance + Colonisation. Visitors interested in diving deeper into the histories and culture of First Nations can attend art historical lectures, curator talks, artist dialogues and curator tours throughout the exhibition’s duration. Visitors can also look forward to performances, including Painting the Dance by Mariaa Randall and Henrietta Baird, and a special edition of the Gallery’s Resonates with Residency programme, featuring Singapore-based artist, Syafiq Halid.