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ArtScience Museum

  • Art
  • Marina Bay
ArtScience Museum
Photograph: William Cho
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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. 

 

Details

Address:
Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore
018956
Opening hours:
Daily 10am-7pm (last admission at 5.30pm)
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What's On

Attack on Titan: The Exhibition

The titans are taking over Singapore from Feb 19. Attack on Titan is the best-selling dark fantasy manga and anime series written and illustrated by Hajime Isayama that has garnered a huge fanbase around the world. It is set in a world where humanity lives in cities protected by three walls from gigantic man-eating humanoids. The fantastical theme, unique plot and nuanced characters have made this anime a global cultural phenomenon – especially in Singapore.  Now fans can delve deeper into this fictional world at Attack on Titan: The Exhibition, organised by SpaceLogic at the ArtScience Museum. The start of the exhibition is happening after an 11-year publication run and the manga's recent conclusion that marked the end of an era. The fourth and final season of the anime TV series will also coincide with the run of the exhibition, making it quite a bittersweet experience for the fans.  Visitors can check out over 180 artworks by Hajime Isayama that range from the manga's earliest days to the present, as well as exclusive new pieces that have not been displayed anywhere else in the world. Get up-close and personal with Isayama's drafts and sketches of Titans, characters and objects from the manga from his archives, step into his thought process when creating this sprawling dystopia, and also experience a battle sequence set in the Great Titan Theatre. 

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