The Parkview Museum of Singapore Opens with global art exhibition On Sharks & Humanity

Today the Parkview Group announced that it will open the doors of its first private museum in Singapore with On Sharks & Humanity. The exhibition will feature artists 33 artworks by 29 artist from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany and the United States.  The art will continue to explore and analyse the interdependent relationship between sharks, the ocean and human being, challenging prevailing prejudices surrounding this deeply feared creature and bringing to light the importance of sharks in the marine ecosystem.  
The Parkview Museum Singapore is located within Parkview Square, one of the most iconic skyscrapers of the Bugis cityscape. It is a a beautiful interpretation of modern art deco.
The new private museum takes up the third floor of the building with an expanse of over 15,000 square ft of column free space. It was established with the vision of strengthening the appreciation and understanding of contemporary art in Singapore. The Parkview Museum will be open to all members of public with no admission charge, allowing the museum to be deeply involved with the community as well as play an educational role by providing a global platform for the artistic expression and role.