Cultural Partners at ART SG 2025

ART SG is delighted to announce our forthcoming Cultural Partners for the 2025 edition of the fair. Consisting of leading museums, institutions, and foundations, these organisations contribute in a significant way to building the cultural ecosystem of the Southeast Asia region and global art landscape, and will lend their curatorial expertise to the programming of ART SG.

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Installation view of “nostalgia for unity” by Korakrit Arunanondchai at Bangkok Kunsthalle, 2024. Image Credit: Bangkok Kunsthalle


ART SG FILM will be curated by Stefano Rabolli Pansera, the director of Bangkok Kunsthalle and the artistic director of the St. Moritz Art Film Festival. Newly established in January 2024, Bangkok Kunsthalle is a dynamic, rigorous and accessible cultural institution, representing a new model of art museum. Occupying the formerly abandoned Thai Wattana Panich building, the raw, industrial space presents a novel and pioneering platform which mirrors the quality of artworks chosen to be exhibited there: architectural interventions and commissioned site-specific works informed by the artists, their vision and artworks, which also address the building and surrounding area’s rich visual language and history.

Aaron Cezar introducing a panel discussion with The Otolith Group, 2014. Photo Tim Bowditch. Courtesy Delfina Foundation.


Led by director Aaron Cezar, Delfina Foundation, London will collaborate with ART SG to create a series of programs around collecting, philanthropy and creating private foundations. Inspired by Delfina Foundation’s ground-breaking program ‘Collecting as Practice’ which explores the philosophy, psychology and politics of collecting, the collaboration presented at ART SG 2025 will look at the essential role of collectors in shaping artistic regional development.

Tawatchai Puntusawasdi, Haumea. Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2023. Courtesy of M Art Foundation.


Directed by Zong Han, M Art Foundation, Hong Kong/Singapore is an artist-centric organisation which nurtures and realizes the aspirations of leading and emerging contemporary artists across borders and boundaries, through commissioning exhibitions, publishing and other forms of visual art philanthropy. Drawing on these principles, M Art Foundation will present a curated exhibition in January 2025 reflecting the foundation’s guiding principles and thematic concerns.

Tang Da Wu, Our Children, 2024. A Singapore Art Week commission presented by Art Outreach Singapore.


Art Outreach, Singapore will launch the Art Outreach Summit during the week of ART SG 2025. Positioned as a visual arts workshop, the Summit is designed to deliver substantial support to art practitioners, through a faculty of experts who include Alessio Antoniolli (Director, Triangle Network London); Honor Harger (Vice President, ArtScience Museum and Vice President, Attractions Marina Bay Sands), Dr. Sook-kyung Lee (Director, The Whitworth, Manchester; Curator, Japan Pavilion, 60th Venice Biennale 2024) and Dr. Zoé Whitley (Director, Chisenhale Gallery) among others.

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