ART SG IS THE MOST HOTLY ANTICIPATED ART FAIR LAUNCH OF 2023. PRESENTED BY FOUNDING AND LEAD PARTNER UBS, ART SG WILL WELCOME LEADING INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES FROM SOUTHEAST ASIA, ASIA PACIFIC AND AROUND THE WORLD.

THE INAUGURAL EDITION OF ART SG WILL TAKE PLACE FROM 12 – 15 JANUARY 2023 AT THE MARINA BAY SANDS EXPO AND CONVENTION CENTRE IN SINGAPORE, AND WILL PROVIDE GALLERIES WITH AN OPPORTUNITY TO TAP INTO THE SIGNIFICANT BUYING POWER OF THE REGION AT THE NEXUS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA.

ON 24TH JANUARY 2022, IT WAS ANNOUNCED THAT MCH, THE PARENT COMPANY OF ART BASEL IS TAKING A 15% STAKE IN ART EVENTS SINGAPORE, THE ORGANISER OF ART SG. FURTHER DETAILS CAN BE READ HERE.

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Announcing The Art Assembly

Sandy Angus, Tim Etchells and Magnus Renfrew are delighted to present their joint initiatives under the banner of The Art Assembly. The Art Assembly is an affiliation of major international art fairs comprising some of the most vibrant and influential art events in the Asia Pacific region. These include Taipei Dangdai, India Art Fair, Sydney Contemporary, PHOTOFAIRS Shanghai and the forthcoming ART SG (Jan 2023).

ART SG REVIEWS

NATEE UTARIT’S “DÉJÀ VU: WHEN THE SUN RISES IN THE WEST”

Currently on show at the Silpakorn University Art Centre in Bangkok is Natee Utarit’s solo exhibition “Déjà vu: When the Sun Rises in the West”. ART SG’s Tan Siuli walks us through the exhibition, which imagines Buddha’s hypothetical journey to the West, and the possibilities arising from this exchange of cultures.

ART SG INTERVIEWS

A Conversation With Arin Rungjang

Arin Rungjang revisits lesser-known events in Thai history, deftly drawing together distant events across time and space to find their intersections with the present. His practice spans different media and often involves video and site-responsive installations. In this photo-feature, Arin brings ART SG on a journey through Bangkok to the Democracy Monument and Wat Borom Niwat, places that have inspired his work.

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