Mural ,Installation and oil on canvas by Donald Abraham

Peace and nature by Lim Kim Hai at the gallery

NOW or Ever.. during the art and economy international conference Kuala Lumpur 2015

Rafiee Ghani work Plantation

Art Talk February 2015 Art Talk on Street Art following the Exhibition “Four Fantastic “

Patrice Vallette at TV1 Good morning Malaysia talking about the Art & Economy Forum curated and supported by vallette gallery and Visioncy

Faizal Suhif Solo Exhibition vernissage June 4th -2016


About Vallette Gallery

Vallette Gallery represents Malaysian and international artists in paintings, sculptures, photographies and art installations, and is looking to build a trusting and strong relationship between artists, art lovers and friends.

In Kuala Lumpur, Vallette Gallery is promoting Malaysian artists in Malaysia as a first step of recognition in their own country, but also making a point of showcasing the artwork in France, in order to expose the most established Malaysian artists in Europe. Valette Gallery also aims to offer a forum for contemporary art, presenting works by both emerging young Malaysian artists and international artists.

Vallette Gallery seeks not only to back current events that bring communities together, but more importantly become a centre for art lovers. The gallery encourages creative excellence by providing an environment for communication, expertise, sharing and mentoring within the community of artists.

"We are looking to Malaysian and Asian art to create a real platform between continents and promote art in all its different forms, and we believe that providing a unique art experience to our visitors is essential. Our exhibitions, social events and art talks give them an insight into the contemporary Malaysian and international art market.

Vallette Gallery is committed to building a new momentum within the Malaysian art scene, by showing works of art that can expand horizons, open minds and view the world and life in general through different eyes.

Art is not just decoration for our walls, but a connection with our deep inner selves and the world around us."

Patrice Vallette, Founder and Director of Vallette Gallery

Perspective

  • 18th August 2016
    Each day this week, Christie’s chairman Brett Gorvy has been using his improbably popular Instagram feed—27,000 followers, and counting!—to reveal the major lots in the house’s postwar and contemporary evening sale that happens in New York on May 10. Today’s drop is Basquiat’s Untitled (Devil), 1982, which the artist painted when he was just 22, during a productive spell in Modena, Italy. Christie’s has set the sale expectations high: the estimate for the work is $40 million, putting it within spitting distance of the artist’s record, which was made at Christie’s during the May 2013 sales in New York, when Dustheads (1982) went for $48.8 million. The buyer was Jho Low, the Malaysian financier (and party pal of Paris Hilton) who last year was embroiled in an international money-laundering scandal./ more
  • 12th August 2015
    Charlotte Cousins is an art historian, writer and curator who works internationally. Now based in Kuala Lumpur, she remembers always loving the arts, a passion that has kept her moving from Hong Kong to New York, Berlin to Los Angeles. Excited by the contemporary artists in the KL scene and the region of SE Asia, she wants to develop innovative platforms and projects to support them in their endeavors./ more
  • 12th May 2015
    In the space of just 90 minutes in New York last night, Chrisitie’s sold 34 Impressionist, modern and contemporary artworks for a total of $705.9 million, with just two works accounting for nearly half of that amount./ more
  • 01st February 2015
    February sees urban artist turned studio artist Donald Abraham exhibiting, with friends, at the Vallette Gallery, Jalan Bruas, Damansara Heights, Kuala Lumpur. Recently featured in Vallette / more