Coinciding with the 125th anniversary of the National Geographic Society, the 50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic exhibition made its Southeast Asia premiere earlier this week.
Things to expect includes the Steve McCurry’s unforgettable Afghan girl, and a composite portrait by Michael ‘Nick’ Nicolas consisting of 84 different photographs to show a California Redwood tree (it was at least 1,500 years old during the time of the taking and is the tallest tree species in the world) in all its glory.
There is a unique story behind every shot, and you will get to learn more about the images from the perspective of the photographers and experience the diversity of our planet through this 50 frames. Check out this short video below to get a taste of what it’s like to get behind the photo.
Tickets prices are as follows:
- Adult – S$14.00
- Senior Citizen (65 years & above) – S$13.00
- Child (2-12 years) – S$8.00
There are also package that will provide you access to this exhibition as well as the other on-going exhibitions at the ArtScience Museum, all of which can be found at the Marina Bay Sand Entertainment Booking Site. Do take note that the exhibition is now on till October 27.