The highly anticipated launch of ART SG, Southeast Asia’s largest ever art fair, closed to significant critical acclaim, with over 42,000 visitors attending.

The Fair attracted a truly global audience, including local and international collectors from Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Australia, Japan, Korea, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan as well as Europe and the United States.

ART SG presented 164 of the world’s leading galleries hailing from Singapore, Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific and across the world, many of whom made their Singapore debut.

The Fair showcased exceptional artworks across different mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography, installations as well as new experimentations in digital and blockchain art.

We look forward to welcoming you to the next edition of ART SG, from 18 – 21 January 2024. 

Applications for ART SG 2024 will be open soon.

ART SG Vernissage 2023


ART SG’s Singapore City Guide

Getting around Singapore, where to eat, drink and explore… WELCOME TO SINGAPORE! The island-state of Singapore is a bustling metropolis, boasting an impressive skyline of


A Conversation With Pierre Lorinet

ART SG speaks to collector and ART SG Advisory Group member Pierre Lorinet about his collecting philosophy, his views on what it will take for Singapore’s art ecosystem to flourish in the next decade and ART SG’s role in the region. Pierre also shares insights on ‘From Western Minimalism to Asian Political Abstraction’, a significant curation of works from his private collection that audiences will be able to see in January, during Singapore Art Week.

ART SG Walkthroughs

Studio Visit: Ashley Bickerton

ART SG visited the home studio of Ashley Bickerton (1959 – 2022), who enjoyed what he described as “a long and often breathless career”, creating artworks spanning all manner of mediums and visual languages. Oscillating between dream and dystopia, beauty and the grotesque, Bickerton’s vibrant and intoxicating works cast a keen eye on humanity, culture and consumerism, and our place within the wider arc of time and history. Bickerton’s works will be presented with Gajah Gallery at ART SG in 2023.


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Image Credits
Header Image | Botanical Installation celebrating the launch of ART SG. Conceptualised by London-based design studio The Plant, with tropical foliage native to Singapore composed by This Humid House. Image by The Primary Studio/Dju Lian Chng.
Gallery List Button | Kohei Nawa, ‘PixCell-Reedbuck (Aurora)’ 2020, mixed media credit; Nobutada Omote. Image courtesy of SCAI THE BATHHOUSE