Wei-Ling Gallery

8 JALAN SCOTT, BRICKFIELDS
50470 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

T +603 2260 1106
F +603 2260 1107
E WEILINGGALLERY@GMAIL.COM

Opening Hours
Mon-Fri 10am-6pm
Saturdays 10am-5pm
Closed on Sundays & Public Holidays

TEMPORARY CLOSED FOR refurbishment UNTIL SepTember 2018

Wei-Ling
Contemporary

LOT NO RT-1
6TH FLOOR THE GARDENS MALL
LINGKARAN SYED PUTRA
59200 KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

T +603 2282 8323
E WEILINGGALLERY@GMAIL.COM

OPENING HOURS
DAILY FROM 11AM-7PM
CLOSED ON MONDAYS

WLG@Victory Annexe

EASTERN & ORIENTAL HOTEL VICTORY ANNEXE
GROUND FLOOR, UNIT NO 1
10 LEBUH FARQUHAR
10200 PENANG, MALAYSIA

Closed with effect from 1st September 2016

About

For 16 years, Wei-Ling Gallery has nurtured the development of Malaysia’s contemporary art scene. With two art spaces in Kuala Lumpur, Wei-Ling Gallery in Brickfields and Wei-Ling Contemporary at The Gardens Mall, it has established itself as the largest commercial gallery in Malaysia.

The objective of the gallery is to promote and cultivate the best of contemporary art in Malaysia, working with a core stable of artists who are dedicated to their artistic journey and vision. Today, they represent some of the country’s most prominent and important contemporary artists.

The gallery’s program changes regularly with a strong and diversified selection of exhibitions. It has also played a significant role in bringing Malaysian contemporary art to international audiences, taking major exhibitions of Malaysian art to China, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, Pakistan, Shanghai, Singapore, South Korea, Taipei and USA. The gallery also represents a selection of important internationally well-known foreign artists.

In its mission of fostering local contemporary art, the gallery has also become the largest publisher of art books and catalogues in Malaysia with over 100 titles to its name.

Over the last year, in a concerted effort to push the boundaries of art, the gallery’s program has shifted away from exhibiting more traditional art forms such as painting and sculpture to more experimental forms in order to allow artists the opportunity to move beyond their comfort zones and take risks in their practice. This has allowed the gallery to play a more instrumental role in educating the public and bring to the forefront alternative ways of looking at and interacting with art in Malaysia. Their ‘Seen’ exhibition in 2018 brought some of the critical art world’s most important artists to Malaysia, featuring the works of Ahmet Ögüt, Roger Ballen and Viktoria Binschtok amongst others.

Artfacts | Wei-Ling Gallery

OUR TEAM

LIM Wei-Ling (Gallery Director)

LIM Siew Boon (Associate) Wei-Ling Gallery

Noel TAN (Associate) Wei-Ling Contemporary

Line DALILE (Assistant) Wei-Ling Contemporary

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