This post is part of my 3-part The Little Prince Adventure in Singapore:
> Part 1: The Little Prince Art Collection Exhibition @ Fullerton Hotel
> Part 2: The Little Prince In The Dark Exhibition @ Alliance Francaise
> Part 3: The Little Prince Creamery @ Toa Payoh
If you or your kids are fans of The Little Prince, you wouldn’t want to miss The Little Prince Art Collection exhibit at Fullerton Hotel!
The exhibit is held at the lobby of Fullerton Hotel. Admission is absolutely FREE!
Once you enter the main entrance of Fullerton Hotel, The Little Prince will be waiting to welcome you!
Walk further in and you will find the exhibit, next to The Fullerton Shop.
A series of unique sculptures by French Artist Arnaud Nazare-Aga are on display. They are inspired by scenes from The Little Prince.
Fans of the book will be familiar with the boa constrictor digesting elephant?
And the box containing the sheep?
Continue through the exhibit, following The Little Prince on his journey. You will notice stars and planets hanging down above all the sculptures. They symbolise The Little Prince’s journey and his reflection on life’s important lessons.
When you have completed your round of the exhibit, pop over to The Fullerton Shop.
A range of exclusive The Little Prince Collector’s greeting cards and limited-edition The Little Prince Art Book are available for sale!
Information on The Little Prince Art Collection Exhibit:
Date: 4 May – 31 May 2015
(The banner at The Fullerton Hotel wrote 4 May – 1 June, but according to Voilah! 2015 homepage, the exhibit is up to 31 May 2015.)
Venue: The Fullerton Hotel
1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
Getting There: 10 minutes walk from Raffles Place MRT (EW14 / NS26)
Other Related Event:
THE LITTLE PRINCE IN THE DARK EXHIBITION AT THE ALLIANCE FRANÇAISE
(MAY 6TH – JUNE 20TH)