The Singapore Art Museum (SAM) has been vocal about taking art out of its traditional confines and into more easily accessible spaces. To do so, they’re launching two new public art trails, which will activate nine different locations around the historic Tanjong Pagar neighbourhood and the iconic Rail Corridor to bring art encounters into everyday spaces.
The two trails feature newly commissioned artworks by nine Singapore and Singapore-based artists – Genevieve Chua, Divaagar, Aki Hassan, Isabella Teng, Sookoon Ang, Grace Tan (pictured), Space Objekt, Zen Teh, Tan Pin Pin and Hilmi Johandi. Both trails are part of SAM’s long-term initiative, The Everyday Museum, which launched last July to weave art more naturally into Singapore’s urban landscape and to inspire interest and curiosity in art.
For more details on each artwork, head here.
The trails open from April 29, 2023 to March 9, 2025 at various locations