Interested to explore public art across the downtown area?
Click on the images below to find three different self-guided trails around the civic and central business districts to view public art, developed by the Public Art Trust (PAT).
FORM, SHAPE, COLOUR & LINE: ABSTRACTION IN PUBLIC ART
This public art trail will introduce some prominent abstract sculptures in Singapore that span from the early 20th Century when many artists began experimenting with different styles of art and exploring forms, to today.
Located mostly around the Central Business District, these sculptures are a mix of both local and international artists and represent a wide spectrum of styles and materials.
CIVIC DISTRICT PUBLIC ART TRAIL
In celebration of SG50, the Public Art Trust (PAT) initiated an open call in 2014 to appoint Singapore artists to commission three ambitious, imaginative and meaningful public artworks for three prominent sites along the Jubilee Walk route.
The Jubilee Walk is a commemorative walking trail through iconic locations within the civic district and Marina Bay area.
MADE IN SINGAPORE: PUBLIC ART BY LOCAL ARTISTS
Singapore has many public artworks scattered across the city centre. From traditional figurative bronze statues to more contemporary abstract forms, they tell the story of Singapore’s heritage, aspirations and developments. Many of these works were created by prominent local artists, both established sculptors as well as emerging young artists.
This walking trail will introduce some of the public artworks by these artists that have become local icons in their own right.