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ArtScience Museum

  • Art
  • Marina Bay
ArtScience Museum
Photograph: William Cho

Time Out says

The stunning lotus-shaped building is an iconic landmark in the Singapore skyline and also a place where art, science, culture and technology come together. The ArtScience Museum features 21 gallery spaces and since it opened in 2011, has seen large-scale exhibitions by some of the best artists in the world like Leonardo da Vinci, Salvador Dalí, M.C. Escher, Vincent Van Gogh and more. On the science spectrum, the museum has held significant exhibitions that explore aspects of science including big data, particle physics, paleontology, marine biology, cosmology and space exploration.

On top of that, the museum has staged international exhibitions in partnership with renowned museums and galleries from around the world including the British Museum and Science Museum in London; the American Museum of Natural History, New York; the Biblioteca Ambrosiana, Milan; the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo; the Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne and many other institutions. 



Marina Bay Sands
6 Bayfront Avenue
Opening hours:
Daily 10am-7pm (last admission at 5.30pm)
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What’s on

Goddess: Brave. Bold. Beautiful.

  • Film and video

Film fanatics, don’t miss out on ArtScience Museum’s upcoming exhibition Goddess: Brave. Bold. Beautiful. Curated by ACMI (Australia’s national museum of screen culture), Goddess is set to debut in Asia at the ArtScience Museum on April 6, 2024. Get ready to uncover 120 years of moving image history featuring stories, costumes, sketches, interactive experiences, as well as the pillars behind these wonderful masterpieces.  Photograph: Marina Bay SandsGold on the Outside section captures Gong Li's striking moments in Curse of the Golden Flower (2006) Goddess is also part of ArtScience Museum's Year of Extraordinary Women. Differing from the original exhibition, Singapore’s version of the show will focus on Asian film icons like Maggie Cheung, Michelle Yeoh and local superstar Fann Wong. Photograph: Mark AshkanasyKimonos worn by Anna Tsuchiya in Sakuran (2006) It will also shine a spotlight on Asian film stars from Hong Kong, Japan, India, and Singapore, alongside other countries such as America, Australia and Europe. Other notable film icons to expect are, the one and only Marilyn Monroe, equal rights activist Laverne Cox, and Chinese American Hollywood star Anna May Wong. All of them are influential female figures in the film and television industry that have transcended stereotypes and influenced ideas of femininity through their representation on screen. Photograph: Eugene HylandMarilyn Monroe ensemble in Some Like It Hot (1959) Visitors can indulge in a special c

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