The Museum of Art is located on the fourth floor of the Loop Bras Barah. About ten exhibition halls are all avant-garde sensory designers who use various materials to simulate the themes they want to express, such as trees and root wonders, modern communication in the world.
The Singapore Art Museum is not far from the Singapore Museum. It is recommended to visit together. The white building has a beautiful appearance and can be influenced by Western art. It mainly collects traditional and modern works of art from Singapore and Southeast Asia. It also has short-term and permanent exhibition galleries, which are suitable for Wenqing strolls.
When I went there, I closed the door. I didn't see the exhibition. It's a pity. The building itself is still beautiful and deserves to be savored carefully. It's raining and it's closing. No one can take pictures. It was originally an academy. The design style is very Nanyang. The high arcade building is ventilated everywhere. It is suitable for the days without air conditioning before. Previous academies were mostly church schools, so there were churches. The names and amounts of donated schools are engraved on a bronze medal, which is still clearly visible.
The gallery is a perfect combination of the buildings of the former Singapore High Court and the City Hall. Most of the exhibits are from Singapore and Southeast Asia. Mr. Wu Guanzhong's exhibition at Tsinghua University just ended a week ago. It is said that Master Wu has donated more than 100 works. The highlight is the building itself, as well as the interior design atmosphere, aesthetic, transparent glass pool on the roof of the flow of water waves to the interior hall added ripples of light. On the top floor of the gallery, you can overlook the corner of Binhai Bay, Landmark Architecture - Jinsha Hotel, Singapore Museum of Science and Art, Binhai Bay Art Center, Ferris Wheel...
Must come to the Singapore Museum of Art to upgrade the force!
From the HOTEL GRAND PACIFIC where we stayed, we walked to the subway station and were attracted by the buildings across the street to take photos. Only when we approached, we found that it was the Singapore Museum of Art. Unfortunately, time is not allowed to go in and visit slowly, but such architectural features are so fond of, it is conceivable that the exhibition inside must also be very standard.
One building was transformed by Supreme Court into the Singapore National Museum. The whole building itself is a work of art, which will be pasted with a green sticker in Figure 1 after buying tickets. With it, you can shuttle to any exhibition hall without showing tickets.
Singapore Museum of Art has Chinese explanations, so it is very suitable for people who don't know English. The exhibits are relatively ordinary, but the design and layout of the whole venue are very reasonable. It is a good place to understand Singapore's culture and history.