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Singapore Biennale 2013

Marisa Darasavath

If you could change the world, what would it look like?


Singapore’s Biennale is back for the fourth time! Returning on 26 October 2013 to 16 February 2014 with the title ‘If the World Changed’, the Singapore Biennale 2013 is the country’s premier contemporary art exhibition. With over 80 artists and 27 curators from 13 countries, this year’s Biennale presents a diverse yet distinct Southeast Asian focus. Uncover the unique practices, concerns and myriad perspectives from the artistic responses of the artists living and working in this part of the world. Hosting the most number of commissions and new works ever, you will get to see these works before anyone else in the world!


The Singapore Biennale 2013 is organised by the Singapore Art Museum and supported by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth, National Arts Council and National Heritage Board in Singapore.


Exhibition Venues

Bras Basah.Bugis Precinct, Singapore Art Museum (including SAM at 8Q), National Museum of Singapore, Peranakan Museum, Fort Canning Park, National Library Building, Singapore Management University, Waterloo Centre, Our Museum@Taman Jurong

Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm daily (last admission at 6.15pm)

Admission Fees: $10 (adult), $5 (student and senior citizen aged 60 and above)


Free admission for all visitors to Biennale artworks at Fort Canning Park, Our Museum @ Taman Jurong, National Library Central, Singapore Management University and Waterloo Centre. Free admission to all Biennale venues for visitors aged 6 years and below, full-time National Service men (NSF), teachers from local schools and senior citizens (age 60 and above) and students who are Singapore citizens or Permanent Residents.


*Image courtesy of Marisa Darasavath.


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