ART SG Returns for 2024 Elevating Southeast Asian Art on the Global Stage

SINGAPORE (15.01.2024) – ART SG, Southeast Asia’s leading international art fair, is set to make its vibrant return for its second edition at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands, right in the heart of Singapore. With a VIP Preview and Vernissage on 18 January, the fair will run from 19 – 21 January 2024 featuring curated gallery presentations, ambitious large-scale installations, insightful conversations, a thought-provoking film sector, and city-wide activations in collaboration with Singapore Art Week, the city’s annual celebration of art.

After a highly successful launch in January 2023, the upcoming edition will present an exceptional line-up of over 110 galleries from 33 countries and territories, representing the best in contemporary art practice.

Shuyin Yang, Fair Director, ART SG, said: “We are delighted to welcome the international art world back to Singapore once again with the second edition of ART SG. Collectors and visitors to the fair will be able to observe exceptional art presentations from Singapore and Southeast Asia, including established names and exciting new talents, alongside the best of global contemporary art from galleries across the world, through the fair’s thoughtfully curated sectors and programs.”

The exhibitor list features many of the world’s best-known galleries including Gagosian, White Cube, Lehmann Maupin, neugerriemschneider, Waddington Custot, Asia Art Center, Kaikai Kiki Gallery, Thaddaeus Ropac, Xavier Hufkens, Kukje Gallery, P.P.O.W, ShanghART Gallery and Ota Fine Arts as well as rising international stars. ART SG will also showcase a strong line-up of Southeast Asian galleries making a dynamic debut at the fair highlighting both established and emerging artists. 

Magnus Renfrew, Co-Founder, ART SG, added: “As Singapore emerges as a crucial player in the international art ecosystem, the 2024 edition will reaffirm the defining features of ART SG: an exceptional and uncompromising concentration of high-quality presentations; a vital convening point as Southeast Asia’s leading fair for galleries, collectors, institutions from around the world and a commitment to advancing new opportunities for our gallery community.”