Donna Ong is an installation artist from Singapore, best known for her evocative and thought-provoking environments made from furniture, found objects and original artwork.She has exhibited her work locally and internationally in shows such as the Jakarta Biennale(2009), Kwandu Biennale (2008), 2nd Moscow Biennale (2007) and the inaugural SingaporeBiennale (2007). Her installations have appeared in prestigious museums and institutionsworldwide, such as the Singapore Art Museum, National Museum of Singapore, HaraMuseum (Japan) and the Djanogly Art Gallery in Nottingham University (England).
Commercially, she has shown her work with a variety of well-known galleries and art fairs such as Eslite Gallery (Taiwan), Osage Gallery (Hong Kong), Primo Marella Gallery (Milan),the Hong Kong Art Fair and Art Stage (Singapore). Her artwork is also placed in several important collections such as the Deutsche Bank Collection and Tiroche DeLeon Art Collection.
Recent projects include an exhibition jointly organised by The Royal Academy (UK) and the Institute of Contemporary Art (Singapore), as well as a solo show at Primae Noctis Gallery (Lugano, Switzerland).