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 FURTHER NOTICE

Wei-Ling
Contemporary

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

T +603 2282 8323
E WEILINgcontemporary@GMAIL.COM

OPENING HOURS
Tuesday – Sunday 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 17 years, Wei-Ling Gallery has nurtured the development of Malaysia’s contemporary art scene. With two art spaces in Kuala Lumpur, establishing itself as the largest commercial gallery in Malaysia.

The gallery’s program changes regularly with a strong and diversified selection of curated projects and exhibitions. It has also played a significant role in bringing Malaysian contemporary art to international audiences, taking major exhibitions of Malaysian art to an international platform. The gallery also represents a selection of important internationally well-known foreign artists.

In a concerted effort to push the boundaries, the gallery’s program now incorporates more experimental art forms, site specific projects and installations. 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. They also hosted Indonesian artist and activist Dadang Christanto’s first solo exhibition in Malaysia where he presented a monumental installation entitled M I S S I N G (2018), which comprised of 110 acrylic and charcoal imagined portraits of the 1965 purge victims. Paralogical Machines: When Images Meet Us in Space and Time, a new media exhibition presenting some of Europe’s and Southeast Asia’s leading media artists Charles Lim, Erika Tan, Tintin Wulia, Nye Thompson vs. UBERMORGEN kicked off their program in 2019. This was followed by Anida Yoeu Ali’s The Buddhist Bug: A Creation Mythology, an ongoing interdisciplinary series that combines live performance, installation, photography, and video art. The gallery also played a role in realizing Malaysia’s inaugural national pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.

Artfacts | Wei-Ling Gallery

GETTING HERE

Rapid KL
LRT – KL Sentral station (Kelana Jaya Line, LRT Sri Petaling Line, LRT Ampang Line)
MRT – Museum Negara station (Sungai Buloh – Kajang Line)

KL Monorail
KL Sentral station / Tun Sambathan station

Express Rail Link – ERL
ERL KLIA Ekspres
ERL KLIA Transit

Komuter
KTM Seremban Line
KTM Port Klang Line
KTM Skypark Link

Rapid Bus
Bus – 401, Bus – 640, Bus – 652, Bus – 770, Bus – 781, Bus – P701

OUR TEAM

LIM Wei-Ling (Gallery Director)

LIM Siew Boon (Gallery Associate) Wei-Ling Gallery

Noel TAN (Gallery Associate) Wei-Ling Contemporary

Amanda ARIAWAN (Gallery Associate) Wei-Ling Contemporary

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