Discover, explore and create your own work of art with us at ‘Art Jam in the City’. Spread the word around and make a date with us in our upcoming art jamming sessions: Date: 1st (wed) & 3rd (Fri) of August, 2012 Time: From 7 to 10 pm Venue: POMO (Near SOTA), 1 Selegie Road, #05 -01/02, Singapore 199306 Please check out the attached flyer and our blog for more details. RSVP NOW at: www.artjaminthecity.com Art Jam Organizers Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sculptural Reliefs created by acclaimed Anglo-Chinese muralist and painter Gerard D’Alton Henderson, the stone reliefs span 4,000 square feet and sport Indo-Malay features such as tumpal (isosceles triangle motifs), wayang topeng masks from Indonesian theatrical performance, Singa and other mythical animal faces. The Hilton’s owner commissioned the murals when the hotel opened. Located at: Hilton Singapore
Sotheby's presents Zadok Ben-David at the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Catch this one-of-a-kind showcase of outdoor sculptures presented by Sotheby's as it debuts in Singapore. The exhibition features 17 large-scale outdoor sculptures by famed artist Zadok Ben-David, and represents his unique vision of man and nature. www.sothebys.com
“Kinetic Rain” is a kinetic sculptural installation of 608 copper-plated rain droplets suspended from the ceiling of the departure hall of Changi Airport in Singapore. Computer-controlled motors in the ceiling raise and lower the droplets, forming shapes and patterns in a beautiful 15 minute long display. The installatiion is by German art studio ART+COM.
Henderson Waves Bridge: Singapore - Connecting two bucolic hilltop parks in busy Singapore, this undulating sculpture of steel ribs resembles a Slinky, with dips and valleys concealing seating and vantage points from which to observe Henderson Road, 118 feet below. The pedestrian-only bridge lights up the night sky -(Photo: ABDUL RAHMAN LATIFF / Flickr)
The Conch: A Wave-Like Sea of Bells The ‘Atoll’ open plaza at the Mapletree Business City in Singapore needed some sprucing up, and local architecture and design team FARM brought an interesting solution to the table called The Conch. “This particular image keeps playing in our heads : An idyllic stroll along the beach, we chance upon a conch, we hold it to our ears and listen to the sounds of the sea.” The team built a series of outdoor steel sculptures in the plaza pavilion which “presents