Maya Gallery is an art gallery based in Singapore. Supporting the development of Singapore and Southeast Asian artists, the gallery liaises with curators, institutions and organisations to introduce international artists to Singapore, and Singapore artists to the world. By holding a regular programme of exhibitions, activities and participating in international art fairs, Maya Gallery has contributed strongly to the local art scene.
Founded in historic Kampong Glam in 2012 by Jeffrey Wandly and his wife Masturah Sha’ari through a shared passion for the arts, Maya Gallery was officially opened by Ms Janice Koh, then Nominated Member of Parliament (NMP) for the Arts.
Upholding a social responsibility, Maya Gallery engages the public in creating an awareness and appreciation of local arts. The gallery offers workshops, learning journeys, art activities and corporate art retreats to promote team-building and bonding for corporate organisations, institutions and groups. It works with charities to help them in their fund-raising efforts through curating of art auctions. The gallery has designed and published catalogues, produced music performances, and hosted book clubs and film screenings.
Maya Gallery was awarded Top 10 Art Galleries in Singapore by tallypress.com (2018), Recommended Art Gallery at the Expat Living Reader Awards (2015) and Best Asian Contemporary Art Gallery of the Year by National Critics Choice (2014). It has been described as a gallery which has "won the hearts of art enthusiasts with its locally flavoured exhibitions" by mydestination.com (2014).