SINGAPORE ART GALLERY:
MAD Museum of Art & Design
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In 1993, Jasmine Tay founded Jasmine Fine Arts (J.F.A) - located at Orchard Point - dedicated to showcasing the work of established and up-and-coming Chinese Artists. When MAD Museum of Art and Design (M.A.D) was then established, It was the first art museum to feature important and usually inaccessible pieces of contemporary art. M.A.D is not only for art purists and buyers, but also for those who appreciate the influence of art and design on everyday life. The gallery allows participating artists to express themselves in ways outside of the traditional media - including merchandise - making art more accessible. 

M.A.D's new space on Tanglin Road is bigger and hopes to put greater support behind emerging design in Asia. Expect to see a year-long program of shows, exhibitions, events, workshops and talks, as well as new amenities like a merchandise store, a sculpture garden, a cigar bar and a café.

Events Happening at MAD Museum of Art & Design
Artists such as Hong Kong photographer Wing Shya, Japanese street artist Madsaki, Swiss artist Natanel Gluska and many more from around the world explore and interpret love, sex and desire through their various artistic mediums.
When: Through Apr 26
Phone: 6734-5688
MAD Museum of Art & Design, #01/02-01 10 Tanglin Rd., Singapore, 247908 Singapore

Area:

Orchard

Nearest Train:

Orchard

Opening Hours:

daily 11am-9pm

Open Since:

November, 2014
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