The aim of Parkview Museum is to enrich the local art scene and to provide a global and international platform for artistic expression and popularization of contemporary art in Singapore. Their vision is to involve international and local artists creating thematic exhibitions which will demonstrate the multifaceted and versatile character of contemporary art. Their thematic exhibitions will be characterized by coherence and thematic consistency which reflect a high professionalism in the art field.
Parkview Museum will be open to the public for free in order to achieve the twofold goal of involving the local community and to have an educational role by strengthening their appreciation and understanding of Contemporary Art, thus creating a more pleasant working environment for all visitors who come to Parkview Square. Like the Parkview Museum in Beijing set up in 2014, The Parkview Museum in Singapore is aimed at bringing the people closer to art. Parkview Museum embodies the combination between art and life.
Parkview Museum will open with the global travelling art exhibition, ‘On Sharks and Humanity’, which brings together over 20 artworks from artists around the world and featuring a selection of works from Singapore. The exhibition of Artists in Action addresses the pressing environmental issues of shark protection and ocean conservation. With several artworks reaching over 6-metres, the exhibition will be a sight to behold for one and all.
Public opening date: 10 Mar 2017
Closing date: 26 Jun, 2017
Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. daily