The National Visual Arts Gallery was established in 1958 by the first Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman, and is host to a wide range of Malaysian art, with exhibitions and activities lined up throughout the year that make it a deserving destination for those keen on seeing the more artistic side of Malaysia.
Located in the northern state of Perak, the D’Comas Art Gallery specializes in copper wall art framing, oil paintings, as well as other more conventional art mediums. They showcase a variety of work from Malaysian as well as Asian artists.
Vincent’s Art Gallery & Frames is an art frames shop that also doubles as an art gallery, dedicated to showcasing the best that Malaysian and Asian artists have to offer. Whether it’s assistance with hanging your art pieces, placing them in frames of suitable quality, or restoration work, you’ll not be at a loss for things to do at this gallery.
Committed to building artistic community and international exchange through discussion, documentation, engagement, and promotion of cross-cultural art discourse, Shalini Ganendra Fine Art works regularly with artists from Malaysia and Sri Lanka, as well as South East Asia in general.
Opening Hours: 11:00AM – 7:00PM, Tuesday to Saturday
A three-storey heritage building, Alyssa Galeri is an art gallery with a history behind it. Specializing in contemporary and modern Asian art, it represents artists from Malaysia to as far as the Philippines and Indonesia. Aside from fine art and contemporary art, its collection is also home to sculptures and photography.
With a focus on contemporary art, Wei-Ling Gallery has nothing but the brightest and freshest artistic talent that Malaysia has to offer this side of the century.
An emerging chain of art galleries based in Kuala Lumpur, Art Square Gallery aims to make contemporary Malaysian art more visible by bringing affordable works to the public. Its flagship gallery offers a wide range of art from a variety of styles such as abstract, realism, surrealism, and so on.
Chinese-themed paintings and landscapes are the order of the day here. Located in the heart of Penang, Lekuan Art Gallery carries watercolours by Penang artists, with their oil paintings sourced from China; they also offer framing services for those who need them.