Singapore's outdoor is too hot, visiting museums, art galleries, science and technology museums and so on are the best way to improve knowledge and comfort, and suitable for a family's Spring Festival travel. The gallery is open until 9 p.m. on Friday. You'd better come that day. The collection is so rich that you can't finish a day at all. It takes more than half a day to take a glance at each floor. So every time I come to Singapore, I always want to see it, but it's just a peep in the panther's eye. The architectural predecessors of the gallery are the City Hall and the Court. Architecture itself is very large and has a sense of space. The most impressive part of the artwork is the pillar stacked with bowls. See figure 8, which matches the round table of the big red tablecloth around it. It has to be lamented by the old Chinese saying "Food is the Heaven for the People".
The National Gallery of Art in Singapore was rebuilt from the former Government Building and the Supreme Court. The new government invested 500 million new dollars to link the two Europa-style historic buildings with modern architectural style ingeniously, giving the two buildings new charm. The rooftop of the gallery is a coffee bar, standing above the Singapore landmark building.
The most appropriate time to go after lunch is when there are too many exhibitions and dazzling lighting shows in the evening. If there is enough time, I want to stay in it for two or three days. It is very attractive. Both oil painting and traditional Chinese painting photography are excellent works!
Suitable for friends who are interested in art, and also for taking children. Because there is a large area, children can fully enjoy the fun of art. There are also catering areas for children. It's convenient to go by subway. Next to the gallery, there is "St. Andrey's Church" for you to visit. On Saturday, we caught up with the 12:30 Chinese volunteer lecturer to introduce the "Singapore Pavilion" to you. Through painting, we showed some of Singapore's history, which is quite good. It seems that there are no Chinese explanations on weekdays. On the first floor, there are restaurants, chicken curry and rice noodles with fish fillets. They are in good quantity and delicious. It is recommended. Elevators can reach five floors, with open-air bars, labyrinths, and landmark buildings like the Jinsha Hotel across the street. Enjoy and take photos. Be sure to go up and see. The tickets bought in Ctrip are divided into two categories: people and children. It's cheaper and faster than on-site ticket purchase. Send the electronic code to the designated mailbox, ask the hotel to help print out the paper, and go to the ticket office on the ground floor of the gallery to collect the paper ticket. Keep in mind that at present, the mail sent by Ctrip must be printed into paper and brought to the ticketing office to exchange the paper tickets here.
On that day, I just passed by to take some pictures and went to Niucheshui. I didn't go to the exhibition hall to see the exhibits carefully. The representative buildings on the back of 1000 pieces of new coins were magnificent, beautiful and beautiful. A few steps across the street from the entrance were another famous scenic spot, St. Andrey's Church. Far from the entrance, the Golden Sands Hotel.
Ticket issuance is very fast. You need to change tickets at ticketing on the right side of the ground floor. It's also very convenient. Children 5 and a half years old, free of charge. The children's area on the right side of the first floor is very suitable for babies'artistic creation. Each individual exhibition hall has different themes. The baby had a good time. He spent the morning on the first floor. The upstairs art works were not available. If you are not in a hurry, it would be better for the gallery to spend a whole day slowly visiting. Strongly recommended.
The recommended attraction, Singapore National Gallery, is located in the vicinity of City Hall MRT, walking for five minutes. Supreme Court Wing and Civil Hall are two magnificent architectures. There are also many exquisite paintings, scenery figures, freehand brushwork, Abstract post-modern scenery and other styles, but they are all interpretations of beauty.
Starting at 8 o'clock on November 25, the National Gallery of Singapore has a light show, which lasts about five minutes. It is shown in a circular way. It has fewer viewers and is suitable for taking pictures. Both ends of the road were blocked. It looks a little like the Capitol Building of the United States.
Not only is it an art gallery, but its predecessor is the National Court and Municipal Building. The building itself is a work of art. Gallery Light to Night Festival was held in the gallery last two weeks. The gallery is open to the public free of charge. There are also many activities such as the night scene of the exterior wall lighting, balloon art exhibition, band performance and so on, which are very exciting.
The newly built National Gallery Singapore is a $380 million building in the former Supreme Court and City Hall. To build the National Gallery, a glass vaulted patio was built next to the old Supreme Court and Municipal Hall buildings, supported by a huge metal tree structure. There are many fashionable restaurants on the roof garden, while the interior of the two buildings remains the same: pillars, marble floors, Brown ceilings and bright red walls. The National Gallery of Art of Singapore, which took 10 years to prepare, is located at No. 1 St. Andrey Road, with a total area of 64,000 square meters. It has two permanent exhibition halls, the Singapore Hall and the Southeast Asia Hall, and has a collection of more than 10,000 items. The theme building was designed by Studio Milou Singapore in conjunction with Singapore CPG Consulting Private Limited. At a cost of $530 million, it is known as the largest visual arts center in Singapore and Southeast Asia. In addition, Wu Guanzhong Exhibition Hall and Special Exhibition Hall will be set up to hold art exhibitions in cooperation with top international galleries and museums. At present, the National Gallery of Art has announced that it will hold an exhibition jointly with the Pompidou Art Center in April 2016, exhibiting more than 100 works of art from 1900 to 1960 collected by the Pompidou Art Center and the Singapore National Gallery of Art. The exhibition includes classics by Western artists such as Kandinsky and Chagall.