展出的100多件艺术品、珠宝和服饰显示，许多现当代艺术家如Joan Miro、Marc Chagall、Alexander Calder、Keith Haring、Niki de Saint Phalle等都从蛇得到灵感，创作出引人入胜的作品。就像蛇作为一个文化图腾，自古以来受到东西方社会的瞩目，形象多变，含义丰富
The serpent, long a mythological symbol that spans both Eastern and Western cultures, is now the subject of an art and design exhibition by luxury Italian jeweller Bulgari.
Called SerpentiForm, it premiered in Rome last year and is on show at ArtScience Museum in Marina Bay Sands until Oct 15.
The ticketed event showcases more than 100 items that feature the snake in myriad forms. These include vintage dresses and elaborate costumes, artworks by the likes of Joan Miro, Marc Chagall and Keith Haring, as well as images by photographers such as Robert Mapplethorpe and Peter Hujar.
More than 40 pieces of Bulgari Serpenti bracelet-watches – some of which date back to the 1960s – will also be on display.
Lucia Boscaini, Bulgari's brand and heritage curator, said the serpent has long been a rich source of inspiration for artists and designers. Their creations are not limited by materials, with some using technology to present the timeless cultural symbol in modern and interactive ways.
This, she added, reflects Bulgari’s spirit of innovation and creativity. For instance, the maison’s Serpenti jewellery series has been evolving since the mid-20th century, employing novel designs, materials and techniques to keep the collection fresh and exciting.
SerpentiForm, which tweaks its items and presentation at each stop, will head to Tokyo next.
6 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018974
Until Oct 15