The art of collecting: masterpieces from the Pinacotheque de Paris

The art of collecting: masterpieces from the Pinacotheque de Paris
Monet’s ‘Suzanne With Sunflowers’ is one of the highlights of Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris pop-up art exhibition.

SINGAPORE - Catch works by famous artists such as Claude Monet's Suzanne With Sunflowers and Amedeo Modigliani's Young Lady With Earrings (left) before this pop-up exhibition by popular private Parisian museum Pinacotheque de Paris ends this month.

Children's art therapy workshops are held in conjunction with the show on weekends from 10.30am to noon and 2.30 to 4.30pm.

Heritage lovers can also take the chance to bid au revoir to the exhibition venue, the iconic Fort Canning Centre, which will close its doors to the public after the exhibition for a makeover. The historic building will reopen in 2015 and house the Singapore offshoot of the Parisian museum.

Where: Singapore Pinacotheque de Paris, Fort Canning Centre, 5 Cox Terrace MRT: Dhoby Ghaut When: Till Dec 31, 10am - 7pm (Sat - Thu), 10am - 9pm (Fri) Admission: $5 - $15, free for art therapy workshops, e-mail contact.spdp@gmail.com to register or call 6883-1588


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