Virtual art experiences to explore | The A List
Stay indoors and explore the virtual worlds of art exhibitions. “Walk” through art galleries, look at priceless works of art up-close and travel virtually to a museum on the other side of the world for free. Delve into the best virtual art experiences below.
National Gallery Singapore
Admire up-close more than 8,000 works of art from Southeast Asia with a virtual tour of the National Gallery Singapore’s collection. The works range from paintings and sculptures to photos and videos, and they span across the 19th and 20th century. Start exploring the collection of the National Gallery Singapore here.
Singapore Philatelic Museum Heritage Room
Travel back to 19th century Singapore with this virtual tour of the Philatelic Museum’s Heritage Room. The museum might be closed for redevelopment, but this 360-degree virtual tour preserves the atmospheric room online and offers a quick view of stories about early immigrants who landed on our shores. Visit the Singapore Philatelic Museum Heritage Room here.
Singapore Biennale 2019
If you missed the recently concluded Singapore Biennale, or did not make it to all its 11 different venues, you can still catch the works in the show online. Browse the virtual gallery of works from Singapore Biennale 2019 here.
Van Gogh Museum
Now you can skip the plane ride, queues and admission fee to see works by famed painter Vincent van Gogh at this popular museum in Amsterdam. The museum houses the largest collection of works by van Gogh and this virtual tour of the museum offers viewers access to 200 paintings, 500 drawings and more than 750 letters. Explore four floors of the Van Gogh Museum here
(Photos: National Gallery Singapore, Singapore Philatelic Museum and Singapore Art Museum)