|A National Monument: This building was onced belonging to St. Joseph Institution.|
It stood rooted to this piece of land for almost 135 years.
At SAM, you’ll get to view contemporary art pieces and some art histories.
|While we were there, Lee Wen’s art works and live gallery were exhibited. He’s an artist and a provocateur.|
To me, he is outstanding in a pretty eccentric way that may sometimes traumatised people.
|Thought-provoking art display by Lee Wen:|
According to my friend’s interpretation,
“Why dead leaves have to be laid on the ground? Why can’t it be hang up and spring up to live once again?”
|The artworks in the gallery here can be pretty abstract.|
It’s all too mind-boggling that it may take you a few hours to figure out the mind’s of contemporary artists.
Stop. Admire. Manifest.
When I first enter the courtyard, my mind was going through all the possible photospots I could capture with my camera.
|Cafe for the Museum-goers.|
|My favourite art piece in the museum: Kid’s work done by their tiny hands.|
But I’m nobody.
|Mondays to Fridays are for us to run and work our minds with colleagues.|
Saturdays for arts,culture and museums with friends.
Sundays for sabbeth,church and family.
|Le Petite Cafe.|
Excuse-moi, monsieur, un cafe, s’il vous plait?
| I thought prices are not going to be quite pocket-friendly at such swanky, european-styled cafes but the prices here are pretty reasonable.You will just need to fork out $3.70 for a cup of espresso.|
|How about some scones for $3.30?|
|Warm peacan pie with vanilla ice-cream.|
|A cup of coffee over a conversation with peers?|
Singapore Art Museum
71 Bras Basah Road
Tel: +65 63323222
Dôme Singapore Art Museum
71 Bras Basah Road
#01-01 Singapore Art Museum
Tel : 6339 0792
Fax : 6339 0287
Operating Hours : 8.30am to 10.30pm (Sun – Thurs & PH),
8.30am to 11pm (Fri, Sat & Eve of PH)