Leica Camera shares a passion for and a love of creative photography of the highest standards with many people around the world – that’s why making such works and their creators accessible to people with this passion has always been important to Leica. For decades now, and for this precise reason, Leica has offered both prominent Leica photographers and emerging new talents an opportunity to present their work to a wider audience. The Leica galleries were conceived as the ideal forum for this purpose.

The tradition of the Leica Galleries goes back to the 1970s. The first Leica Gallery was founded in Wetzlar in 1976 and currently resides in the headquarters of Leica Camera AG. Further galleries were to follow, and today, Leica Galleries are found in many parts of the world, including Singapore. 

Leica Galerie Singapore

Located at the iconic Raffles Hotel, the Leica Galerie is the start of a beautiful photographic journey for many. The goal is to share the joy and love for photography through Leica exhibitions in Singapore, to audiences who have yet to experience the emotions of such work firsthand. The Leica Galerie will showcase over 6 photography exhibitions each year from local and international talents. The first exhibition was launched with 23 original black and white prints from the Leica Collection and included works from legendary photographers such as Thomas Hoepker, Henri Cartier-Bresson, René Burri, Sebastiao Salgado, Constantine Manos, Klavdij Sluban and Jane Evelyn Atwood.

Leica Galerie Singapore

328 North Bridge Road
Singapore 188719
Phone: +65-63369555
E-mail: marketing.lcap@leica-camera.com

Opening hours:
10 am – 8 pm daily

Art 'R' Us by Chia Aik Beng


2 Jul - 24 Aug 2022 | Chia Aik Beng

A peek behind the curtain of 12 homegrown artists to reveal the characters who’ve been key players in Singapore’s blossoming creative scene. These people are makers, creators and artists who have demonstrated a high degree of artistic talent and skill over the past decade, in Singapore. The cream of the crop in their respective communities. 

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The series of portraits draw a connection to the artists and their creations. Developing a sense of understanding for these artists and show them as more than their art, but also as people. The photos portray not only the physical being, but also the hearts and minds behind beloved works of wonderment and creations of epic proportions we know, as art.

Aik Beng is no stranger to these people. Close friends with most of them, he is able to gain access to the much-guarded private side of many of these artists. Testament to his talent and his key role in this community.

Up Close and Personal with Chia Aik Beng

Exhibition Talk: A meet-and-greet session with Chia Aik Beng, and some of the artists whom he has shot for the exhibition. Get inspired by the stories of these individuals during the 2-hours intimate and interactive session. Book your slot here.

Reawaken The Forgotten Streets of Singapore in Monochrome (Workshop): A walkabout around Singapore to capture the heart and soul of the forgotten (or sometimes unnoticed) parts of the Singapore street, in monochrome. Find out more here.

About Chia Aik Beng

AikBeng Chia's photography captures moments rich in subtlety and textures. The longer a viewer spends with these images, the more layers unfold. Aik Beng has documented overlooked scenes in everyday Singapore life and wherever he travels.

Author of Tonight the Streets are Ours (2013), a monograph on Singapore’sLittle India district after dusk, SingKarPor (2015), and self-published zines (2010 - ongoing). He has also been a collaborator with brands like Apple, Leica, Fujifilm, Singapore Tourism Board, and The Guardian. His works have been exhibited and published internationally.

Photo Exhibition at Leica Store Marina Bay Sands

Located within the Leica Store at Marina Bay Sands, the photo exhibition showcases works of budding local talents and Leica customers.



30 May - 31 Aug 2022 | Nicholas Damien Goh

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is a martial art of Japanese origin that was taught to the Gracie family by Mitsuyo Maeda. Over the decades, the Gracie family further developed and refined the art of Jiu-Jitsu, which would form the foundation of modern Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu that is practised all over the world today. ‘Jū’ in Japanese means ‘gentleness’, and ‘jutsu’ means ‘art’, hence Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is also commonly known as ‘the gentle art’, as one can spar with multiple opponents without taking a toll or injury on their bodies. Leica Guild Member, Nicholas takes you on a grit-filled journey to immerse yourselves in the gentle art, through his images. 

About Nicholas Damien Goh (@nicholasdamiengoh)

Nicholas Damien GOH (b. 1996, Singapore) is passionate photographer and aspiring filmmaker. Nicholas graduated with a BFA in Media Arts at Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, School of Art, Design and Media in Singapore, specialising in Photography & Digital Imaging, as well as in Film Production. He aims to create images that communicate ideas and tell stories that empower others. His passion for storytelling is fueled by a deep curiosity of the human condition, the triumphs and tragedies, the suffering and survival.

Under the tutelage and guidance of respected artists in their respective fields, Nicholas carries himself with a high degree of professionalism in his craft, putting in immense effort to tell unique stories through engaging visuals, with the hopes to convey a certain emotion to his audience. Nicholas is also well versed with speaking in front of crowds and has also conducted photography, videography, and lighting workshops for various organisations. With his burning passion for travel, Nicholas is always looking for opportunities worldwide and is easily adapted to working on the go. In his free time, Nicholas is either looking for a new coffee hunt or in the gym practising Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

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