By Stef Cabal
Touted as one of CNN’s Top 10 “Global must-see exhibitions” is the show of New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya, who thinks beyond the tiny Danish Lego bricks and transforms them into serious 2D and 3D art forms in “The Art of the Brick” at the ArtScience Museum in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
By Raoul J. Chee Kee
Top officials from Marina Bay Sands, BASE Entertainment Asia and MasterCard were present at the recent rebranding of the Grand Theaters at the Marina Bay Sands into the MasterCard Theaters.
By Karla Vizcarra
From Justin Quek’s Sky on 57 restaurant atop Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, you get a perfect view of the world terraforming below. The land is flat—gray in parts where highways and buildings have risen, brown where construction is ongoing.
By Alex Y. Vergara
A visit to the museum may sound as romantic as a trip to the supermarket’s hardware section, but not when it’s featuring actual artifacts such as plates, glasses, cutlery, trunks and articles of clothing salvaged more than 70 years later from the ill-fated Titanic (ongoing at the ArtScience Museum until April 29), which sank in frigid waters of the North Atlantic exactly a century ago.
By Raymund Isaac
It makes us proud when a fellow countryman makes a mark on foreign soil. I know we can name so many at this point, but this time I will introduce to you someone who, from my point of view, has so much power to wield yet has remained humble.
By Lito B. Zulueta
The closest thing Southeast Asia could get to Dali in all his mad genius is now showing in Singapore’s newest cultural showcase, the ArtScience Museum, at the Marina Bay Sands. The latter has been heralded by Singapore tourism authorities as “the leading business, leisure and entertainment destination of Asia.” It has convention and exhibition facilities; [...]
By James P. Ong
Singapore’s newest destination is a memorably shaped, three-story, 6,000-sq m building designed by Israel-born architect Moshe Safdie located in Marina Bay Sands. There is still a friendly debate on whether the shape of the building is an interpretation of a lotus, a giant hand or a flower. Called the ArtScience Museum, it has also received [...]