Singapore

nutmeg and mace singapore

Singapore

Singapore

You'll likely recognize a few of the artists who've contributed to Singapore's rich collection of public art, including Salvador Dali (his "Homage to Newton" is at UOB Plaza One) and Henry Moore (stop by the headquarters of the Overseas Chinese Banking Corporation to check out "Large Reclining Figure"). Less known to international visitors but beloved by locals is the "Grandfather of Singapore Sculpture," Ng Eng Teng, whose "Mother and Child" bronze sculpture is one of several pieces by the artist on display throughout the city. We also love the fanciful "First Generation" by Chong Fah Cheong, featuring five little boys jumping into the river, and Kumari Nahappan's "Nutmeg & Mace."

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