Olafur Eliasson: Your Curious Journey At Singapore Art Museum

Olafur Eliasson is best known for his captivating installations, internationally renowned for his diverse range of cross-genre works that make the ungraspable tangible. His artworks continue to find meaningful resonance with contemporary audiences through his deep engagement with society and his environment.

In Eliasson’s first highly anticipated exhibition, Olafur Eliasson: Your Curious Journey, this is his first major solo exhibition in Southeast Asia. This solo exhibition brings together 17 key artworks that employ diverse media, touching on major themes of Eliasson’s career spanning three decades – embodiment, experience, perception. These themes are coupled with global issues such as the urgency of climate action and more-than human perspectives.

Installation ‘Beauty’ (1993) at Olafur Eliasson’s Solo Exhibit. Photo Taken From Singapore Arts Museum.


Your Curious Journey has just opened to the public at Singapore Arts Museum at Tanjong Distripark and will last until 22nd September 2024. This exhibit is open daily from 10AM – 7PM. Singaporeans & PR’s can enjoy a discounted ticket price of $15, while tourists and foreign residents will have to pay $20 for a ticket. Concession tickets are also available. 

CEO and Director of SAM says ” SAM seeks to inspire change through art and cultivate spaces for collaborative dialogues to occur, and is delighted to bring the works of visionary artist Olafur Eliasson to Southeast Asia for the first time, at such scale. Taking over the museum’s galleries at Tanjong Pagar Distripark, audiences familiar with Eliasson’s iconic works can anticipate a broad range of works that unpack his unique aesthetic and the major themes that underscore his practice over the past 30 years. We also look forward to connect new audiences to Eliasson’s work in Your Curious Journey, where they can immerse themselves i Eliasson’s interactive installations and discover the varied perspectives that contemporary art can bring to some of today’s most pressing social and environmental issues. Along with our partners Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Museum MACAN, and Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, Manila, we are excited to see how the global story of Your Curious Journey unfolds as it travels across Asia-Pacific.” 


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