Category:Singapore Art Museum

Singapore Art Museum, at 71 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189555, occupies the former Saint Joseph's Institution building that was designed by Brother Lothaire and built in 1855. Saint Joseph's Institution had been founded three years earlier by the De La Salle Brothers, a French Catholic order. During World War II the building was used as a Red Cross hospital and housed the Air Raid Precautionary Group. In 1988, the school relocated to a larger site at Malcolm Road. The Museum officially opened in the building on 20 January 1996. The building was gazetted as a national monument on 14 February 1992.
Museo de arte de Singapur (es); musée d'art de Singapour (fr); Сингапурский художественный музей (ru); Singapore Art Museum (de); Սինգապուրի արվեստների թանգարան (hy); 新加坡藝術博物館 (zh); სინგაპურის ხელოვნების მუზეუმი (ka); シンガポール美術館 (ja); متحف سنجافوره للفنون (arz); Сінгапурський художній музей (uk); 新加坡美術館 (zh-hant); 新加坡美术馆 (zh-cn); Singapurské muzeum umění (cs); 싱가포르 미술관 (ko); Singapore Art Museum (en); متحف سنغافورة للفنون (ar); 新加坡美术馆 (zh-hans); Singapura Arta Muzeo (eo) muze i arteve (sq); Kunstmuseum in Singapur (de); mirdi Singapour (br); museum nasional Singapura (id); Art museum in Singapore (en); galerie v Singapuru (cs); kunstmuseum in Singapore (nl) 新加坡美術館 (zh)
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Instance ofart museum,
national museum
Location Singapore
Street address
  • Bras Basah Road (71)
Headquarters location
  • Singapore (1°17′50.42″N 103°51′3.6″E)
  • 20 January 1996
Date of official opening
  • 1995
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1° 17′ 50.57″ N, 103° 51′ 03.61″ E
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