Photo credit: NICOLE KOO

Local charity ART:DIS hosts Unseen Singapore exhibition featuring works of 16 disabled artists

The exhibition runs till Oct 31 at The Gallery @ Changi City Point.

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Published: 8 August 2022, 5:03 PM

In celebration of the nation’s 57th year of independence, local charity organisation ART:DIS (Singapore) Ltd is running an exhibition featuring artworks from 16 disabled artists.

The exhibition is titled Unseen Singapore, and will run from Aug 4 till Oct 31 at The Gallery @ Changi City Point, . It features 44 paintings created using a variety of mediums such as traditional watercolours, oils, acrylics and Chinese Ink. 

The exhibition is categorised into three thematic sections – Past, Present and Future – that depict various aspects of Singapore’s culture and displays the artist’s nostalgia and appreciation for the nation.


Some of the paintings on display feature iconic Singapore landmarks such as the Merlion (left) and people who have contributed to nation building like Indian women labourers (right). PHOTO CREDIT: NICOLE KOO, TOH AH WAT


Unseen Singapore is open from Monday to Friday, 10am to 6pm. Works from the exhibition can be purchased on the ​ART:DIS website.

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