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Art Stage Singapore 2016 - The Very Best of the Asian Art at one of the most Important Art Fairs in the Region

  • Art Stage Singapore
  • Art Stage Singapore
  • Art Stage Singapore
January 18, 2016

There is no way to understand all developments in contemporary art without having in mind the vivid and exciting art scene of Southeast Asia. And there is no a better place for tracing the latest trends in this growing art market than the Art Stage Singapore. One of the leading Asian art fairs connects the world with the best of Asian contemporary art. With a deep understanding of Asia’s dynamic visual arts scene, Art Stage Singapore presents the diversity of contemporary art rising from the region. At the crossroads among Southeast Asia, China, India, the Middle East, Australia and New Zealand, Art Stage Singapore is also the catalyst for igniting heightened market activity in the entire Southeast Asia region, attracting the world’s most influential private art collectors, corporate buyers and VIPs. The 2016 edition of the Art Stage Singapore will present a diverse range of carefully selected galleries from across Asia and the world, featuring 173 galleries from 34 countries, including the United States, Argentina, China, Australia, South Korea, Malaysia, Japan and many more.

Art Stage Singapore
Sherman Ong – NUSANTARA – the seas will sing and the wind will carry us, 2011. Image courtesy of artist and IKKAN Gallery

The Main Program – Participants and Exhibitors

There will be 71 new galleries presenting their art for the first time at the Art Stage Singapore. They include Aspan Gallery (Kazakhstan), Galerie Forsblom (Finland), Gallery!Ward (United Arab Emirates), Giorgio Persano!(Italy), Hafez Gallery (Saudi Arabia), Flowers (United Kingdom), Martin  Browne Contemporary (Australia), The Columns Gallery (Korea), Mo J Gallery (Korea), Taka Ishii Gallery  (Japan) and X-ist (Turkey), among others. Arario Gallery from Seoul will also be present at the art fair as well as Arataniurano from Tokyo. Be sure to visit the booths of the White Cube, Tomio Koyama Gallery from Tokyo,  Taka Ishii Gallery from Tokyo, Serindia Gallery from Bangkok, Sakurado Fine Arts Tokyo, Pearl Lam Galleries Shanghai, Numthong Gallery Bangkok, Mizuma Art Gallery Tokyo, Galerie Michael Janssen Singapore, Ikkan Art International Singapore, Galerie Ernst Hilger Vienna, and many more.

Art Stage Singapore 2016 – List of Exhibitors

GALLERYCITY
1st IkonBusan
2902 GallerySingapore
A2Z Art GalleryParis
Adler Subhashok GalleryBangkok
Admira GalleryTaipei
Affinity for ARTHong Kong
Aicon GalleryNew York
Aike DellarcoShanghai
amanasaltoTokyo, Shanghai
Arario GallerySeoul, Cheonan, Shanghai
ARATANIURANOTokyo
ARNDTSingapore, Berlin
Art Front GalleryTokyo 
Art Futures GroupHong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Macau
ArtinformalManila
Art PortersSingapore
Art SeasonsSingapore, Beijing
Art Xchange GallerySingapore
Art:1Jakarta
Art+ Shanghai GalleryShanghai
ArtBlue StudioSingapore 
Artcommune GallerySingapore
Artists Alliance SGSingapore
Ashok Jain GalleryNew York
Aspan GalleryAlmaty
ATR Gallery Madrid
GalleryAppleJeonju, Seoul
Beyond GalleryTaipei
Bruno Art GroupSingapore, Tel Aviv
Galeries BartouxSingapore, Paris, London, New York
Cape of Good Hope Art Gallery Singapore
Capital Art CenterTaipei
Cemeti Art HouseYogyakarta
Chan Hampe GalleriesSingapore
Chini GalleryTaipei
Chi-Wen GalleryTaipei
Co SpaceShanghai
COHJU Contemporary ArtKyoto
Core Design GalleryKuala Lumpur
Galleria ContinuaSan Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins
The Columns GallerySeoul
D GallerieJakarta
Da Xiang Art SpaceTaichung
DAG ModernNew Delhi, Mumbai
Double Square GalleryTaipei
Duru ArtspaceSeoul
Edwin’s GalleryJakarta
Element Art SpaceSingapore
Elms Lesters Painting RoomsLondon
Equator Art ProjectsMagelang
Ethan Cohen New YorkNew York
Galeria El MuseoBogota
Galerie Ernst HilgerVienna
Finale Art FileManila
FlowersLondon, New York
Flugent Art GalleryMacau
FOST GallerySingapore
Galeria Fernando PradillaMadrid
Galerie ForsblomHelsinki
The Ferry GalleryBangkok
G13 GalleryKuala Lumpur 
Gajah GallerySingapore, Yogyakarta
Galerie Grand SiecleTaipei
Giorgio PersanoTorino
Gnani ArtsSingapore
Gordon GalleryTel Aviv
Hafez GalleryJeddah
Hai Hui GallerySingapore
Huafu Art SpaceShanghai
Gallery HUUESingapore
Hugo Michell GalleryAdelaide
Ikkan Art GallerySingapore
Imura Art GalleryTokyo, Kyoto
IntersectionsSingapore
Gallery Incurve KyotoKyoto
James Makin GalleryMelbourne
Kumquat GalleryHong Kong
Kodama GalleryTokyo
Gallery KhankhalaevMoscow
Gallery KogureTokyo
La Lanta Fine ArtBangkok
LawangwangiBandung
Francoise Livinec GalleryParis
Galeria LGMBogota
Galerie Liusa WangParis
Leo GalleryShanghai, Hong Kong
Linda GallerySingapore, Beijing, Jakarta
Lyla GalleryChiang Mai
LYYF Visual Art CenterBeijing
Marc StrausNew York
MARCdePUECHREDONBasel, Zurich
Martin Browne ContemporarySydney
Galerie Michael JanssenSingapore, Berlin
Michael Schultz GalleryBerlin, Beijing, Seoul
MixerIstanbul
Mitchell Fine ArtBrisbane
Mizuma GallerySingapore, Tokyo
Mo J GalleryBusan
MO_SpaceManila
Galerie Mark HachemParis, New York, Beirut
Nadi GalleryJakarta
Noah’s Ark Art GalleryBeirut
Number1galleryBangkok
Numthong GalleryBangkok
NUOARTBeijing
Ode to Art ContemporarySingapore, Kuala Lumpur
Officine Dell’ImmagineMilan
Opera GallerySingapore, Paris, London, New York, Hong Kong
Ota Fine ArtsSingapore, Tokyo
Osage GalleryHong Kong, Shanghai
Parkview Green ArtBeijing, Taipei, Hong Kong
Pearl Lam GalleriesSingapore, Shanghai, Hong Kong
Phoenix Art CenterBeijing
Piero AtchugarryPueblo Garzon
Primo Marella GalleryMilan
Qing Art GalleryTaipei
Galerie QuynhHo Chi Minh
Red Square GallerySingapore
Rich ArtTaichung
Richard Koh Fine ArtKuala Lumpur
RLS GallerySydney
ROH ProjectsJakarta
Sakurado Fine ArtsTokyo, Paris
Sanchit ArtNew Delhi, Agra
San ArtHo Chi Minh City
SA SA BASSACPhnom Penh
Schuebbe IncDusseldorf
Seijou Sakurasaku GalleryTokyo
Semarang GallerySemarang
Serindia GalleryBangkok
ShanghART GallerySingapore, Shanghai
ShibunkakuKyoto, Tokyo, Fukuoka
Shonandai GalleryTokyo
Galerie StephanieManila
Gallery SUN ContemporarySeoul
Gallery SunTaipei
SHINSEIDO GalleryTokyo
ShugoArtsTokyo
Singapore Tyler Print Institute (STPI)Singapore
SNOW ContemporaryTokyo
SOKYO GalleryKyoto
Spazio NuovoRome
Sullivan+StrumpfSydney
Sundaram Tagore GallerySingapore, New York, Hong Kong
Taka Ishii GalleryTokyo
TAKSUSingapore, Kuala Lumpur, Seminyak
The Art FellasSingapore
T H Z GalleryTaipei
Toki-no-WasuremonoTokyo
Galerie TamenagaTokyo, Osaka, Paris
Tomio Koyama GalleryTokyo
Gallery UGTokyo
Galerie Ulrike HrobskyVienna
Villa del Arte GalleriesBarcelona, Amsterdam
VS UnioMoscow, Paris
Wellington GalleryHong Kong
Wei-Ling GalleryKuala Lumpur
White CubeLondon, Hong Kong
Whitestone GalleryTokyo, Hong Kong
William Art SalonTaipei
Gallery WardDubai
Xia Men Challengearts GalleryXiamen
X-istIstanbul
Yang GallerySingapore, Beijing
Yamamoto GendaiTokyo
Yavuz GallerySingapore
YenarkArt VillaBangkok
Yeo WorkshopSingapore
YiriTaipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung
Yufuku GalleryTokyo
Yuka Tsuruno GalleyTokyo
Zemack Contemporary ArtTel Aviv

Southeast Asia Forum

In its 2016 edition, Art Stage Singapore will introduce the Southeast Asia Forum. It will emphasize the balance between art, commerce and content within larger society by taking a more focused and deeper view into broad global issues that also affect our immediate region and lives. Title Seismograph: Sensing the City – Art in the Urban Age, the inaugural Southeast Asia Forum comprises two symbiotic parts – a ticketed selling exhibition and a series of talks that is open to the public. The talks bring together architects, urbanists, social scientists, men and women of letters and artists to examine the challenges of urbanization and how cities can be re-imagined. The exhibition features 19 socially engaged artists from Southeast Asia who delve into issues and sentiments relating to extremely rapid urbanization and to the evolution of contemporary society in their own countries.

Art Stage Singapore
Aliansyah Caniago – Point of Return” Project – Spiritual Capital (Pak Ujang’s Boat), Video Still, 2015 . Image courtesy of Katak

Public Artworks and Special Exhibitions

Several artworks will be exhibited in the public areas of the fairground. Initially put together by Dada 100 Zurich 2016 association in Cabaret Voltaire, Dada in Tour is presented in Singapore by Bruno Art Group. It is a multimedia installation celebrating the 100th anniversary of Dadaism in 2016. A number of special exhibitions will also be organized. The visitors will have an opportunity to see a special exhibition of Hannes Schmidt, Swiss artist, well-known for his iconic Marlboro Man in 1990s, with the support from Bank Julius Baer.

Art Stage Singapore Main Venue

Art Stage Singapore 2016 – Practical Information

Art Stage Singapore 2016 will take place at Marina Bay Sands in the city of Singapore. Marina Bay Sands is the leading destination for business, leisure and entertainment in Asia. Located along the Marina Bay waterfront in Singapore, its three cascading hotel towers are crowned by the extraordinary Sands Sky Park on the 57th floor. The art fair will take place from January 21 until January 24, 2016. The VIP preview and Vernissage will take place on January 20. For more information about the tickets and the program, please visit the official website of the art fair.

Featured Images: Zheng Lu – Water Dripping Splashing, 2014, Stainless Steel, 307.34cmH x 482cmW x 863cmL, Image courtesy of Sundaram Tagore; Ma Han – Pink Collar (2016, first creation in 2013), Size variable, Mixed media, Image courtesy of Art Futures Group 1; Anon Pairot – Chiangrai Ferrari_2015_Image courtesy of artist and Numthong Gallery. All Images courtesy of Art Stage Singapore.