Experience Southeast Asia’s largest art fair ever at ART SG

For all you art aficionados out there, get ready to herald the new year with Southeast Asia’s largest art fair ever. Presented by UBS and organised by The Art Assembly, the inaugural ART SG will be happening from Jan 12 to 15 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre.

In fact, ART SG is poised to be the biggest art fair launch in the Asia Pacific region in a decade. Bringing together over 150 leading galleries from all around the world, the international art fair offers a perfect space for avid collectors to convene against the backdrop of our city’s dynamic cultural landscape as a key hub within Southeast Asia.


, Experience Southeast Asia’s largest art fair ever at ART SG


Even if you’re simply a curious mind or looking to explore a different day out, the massive fair will definitely present an interesting and meaningful experience as you immerse in the most poignant works by artists that hail from all corners of the globe.

At the fair, navigate between the main GALLERIES sector, the FOCUS sector featuring galleries presenting solo or duo artist programmes and curated thematic presentations, a FUTURES sector dedicated to galleries under six years old, and a REFRAME sector for galleries that engage with digital art and the virtual space. On top of these amazing presentations, there’ll also be large-scale public installations to look out for, a curated film sector, and thought-provoking discussion panels.

Highlights to go for include curated presentations by galleries such as David Zwirner, White Cube, Lehmann Maupin, Richard Koh Fine Art, and Yavuz Gallery at the main gallery, Galerie Urs Meile and Yeo Workshop at the FOCUS sector, Capsule Shanghai at the FUTURES sector, the Kate Vass Galerie at the REFRAME sector, and so many more top galleries!


, Experience Southeast Asia’s largest art fair ever at ART SG


Also on a mission to encourage a new generation of emerging collectors and to facilitate greater interest and engagement with various art forms in the region, there’s also a NEW/NOW sector at ART SG, dedicated to showcasing artworks under $10,000.

New collectors will get to explore international works by emerging artists such as our own Jia Qi Lim and Samuel Xun, Thailand’s Santi Wangchuan, Yuki Hasegawa from Tokyo, the Berlin-based Claudia Wieser, and many other up-and-coming stars.


Grab your tickets now or find more information on ART SG and their exciting line-up via their website here.