Exhibitors Announced for Inaugural ART SG Fair in Singapore

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Organizers of the Singapore art fair ART SG have unveiled over 150 exhibitors from thirty countries who will participate in the inaugural edition of the event, which is set to take place in 2023 at the Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre. Among the galleries that will exhibit works are Almine Rech, Gagosian, Gladstone Gallery, Lehmann Maupin, Pace, Perrotin and Thaddaeus Ropac, all of which have one or more outposts in Asia. Participating galleries based in Asia, some of which have ties to the West, include Hyundai Gallery and One and J. Gallery in Seoul, Liang Gallery in Taipei, MAKI Gallery in Tokyo, and Pearl Lam Galleries, which have branches in Hong Kong and Shanghai. A number of Singapore galleries will be represented, including 39+ Art Space, Richard Koh Fine Art, ShanghART Gallery, STPI and Yavuz Gallery.

The fair, which was originally announced in 2018, has encountered many stumbling blocks, first losing its funder, Art Basel’s parent company MCH Group, in a blow that led to the displacement of fair dates from early to late November 2019. Soon after, organizers were forced to push the event back to 2020 after attendees requested more time to prepare; according art news.

The fair, which will be divided into sections highlighting veteran galleries (Galleries), young galleries (Future), solo and double artist presentations (Focus) and digital work (Reframe), respectively, comes as the market Asian art continues to heat up, with major nearby art fairs scheduled for Hong Kong, Japan and Korea next year.

“We believe the launch of ART SG will crystallize Singapore’s position as an outstanding cultural location in the international art landscape,” said ART SG Director Shuyin Yang. “Bringing the international art world closer to a place closer to home, ART SG will not only invite the world’s leading art collectors and leaders to experience Singapore and all the region has to offer, but will also encourage a new generation of emerging collectors to be inspired by the rich diversity of art immediately on our doorstep.

A full list of participating galleries is below.

Galleries

39+ Art Space (Singapore)
A lighthouse called Kanata (Tokyo)
Aicon Art (New York)
Alisan Fine Arts (Hong Kong)
Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai)
Annely Juda Fine Art (London)
Arario Gallery (Seoul, Shanghai, Cheonan)
Art Seasons (Singapore, Beijing)
Axel Vervoordt Gallery (Antwerp, Hong Kong)
BANK (Shanghai)
Cardi Gallery (Milan, London)
from Sarthe (Hong Kong, Arizona, Beijing)
Dirimart (Istanbul)
Don Gallery (Shanghai)
Edward Tyler Nahem (New York)
Eric Firestone Gallery (New York, East Hampton)
ESLITE GALLERY (Taipei)
Esther Schipper (Berlin)
Flowers Gallery (London, New York, Hong Kong)
FOST Gallery (Singapore)
Gagosian (New York, Beverly Hills, London, Paris, Geneva, Basel, Gstaad, Rome, Athens, Hong Kong)
Gajah Gallery (Singapore, Yogyakarta)
Casado Santapau Gallery (Madrid)
Galería Cayón (Madrid, Menorca, Manila)
Gallery Plan B (Berlin, Cluj)
World Gallery (Hong Kong)
Eva Presenhuber Gallery (Zurich, New York, Vienna)
Forsblom Gallery (Helsinki)
Gisela Capitain Gallery (Cologne, Berlin)
Jocelyne Wolff Gallery (Paris)
Karsten Greve Gallery (Cologne, Paris, St. Moritz)
Knoell Gallery (Basel)
Nagel Draxler Gallery (Berlin, Cologne, Munich)
Vazieux Gallery (Paris)
GALLERIA CONTINUA (San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Havana, Rome, São Paulo, Paris)
Galleria d’Arte Maggiore gam (Bologna, Milan, Paris)
Baton Gallery (Seoul)
Space Gallery (New Delhi)
Hyundai Gallery (Seoul, New York)
TARGET GALLERY (Tokyo)
Vacancy Gallery (Shanghai)
Gana Art (Seoul, Busan)
Gladstone Gallery (New York, Brussels, Seoul, Los Angeles)
Goodman Gallery (Johannesburg, Cape Town, London)
Hive Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing)
Ingleby (Edinburgh)
Ink Studio (Beijing)
iPreciation (Singapore)
Johyun Gallery (Busan, Seoul)
Josh Lilley (London)
Kavi Gupta (Chicago)
KÖNIG GALERIE (Berlin, London, Seoul, Vienna)
KOTARO NUKAGA (Tokyo)
Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery (Hong Kong)
Larkin Erdmann (Zurich)
LATITUDE 28 (New Delhi)
Lehmann Maupin (New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, London)
LGDR (New York, Hong Kong, Paris, London)
Liang Gallery (Taipei)
MAKI Gallery (Tokyo)
Matthew Liu Fine Arts (Shanghai)
Meyer Riegger (Berlin, Karlsruhe, Basel)
Michael Ku Gallery (Taipei)
Miles McEnery Gallery (New York)
Mizuma Gallery (Singapore, Tokyo)
Neugerriemschneider (Berlin)
New Arts Center (Salisbury)
ONE AND J. Gallery (Seoul)
Ota Fine Arts (Tokyo, Singapore, Shanghai)
Above the Influence (Hong Kong, Los Angeles, Bangkok)
PPOW (New York)
Pace Gallery (New York, London, Hong Kong, Palo Alto, Geneva, Seoul, East Hampton, Palm Beach)
Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, Shanghai)
Peres Projects (Berlin, Seoul, Milan)
Perrotin (Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Paris, Dubai, New York)
Pi Artworks (London, Istanbul)
Richard Koh Fine Art (Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Bangkok)
Seat of Sadie Coles (London)
Sakshi Gallery (Mumbai)
SCAI LES BAINS (Tokyo)
ShanghART Gallery (Shanghai, Beijing, Singapore)
Shibunkaku (Kyoto, Tokyo)
Shugo Arts (Tokyo)
Sies + Höke (Dusseldorf)
Skarstedt (New York, London, Paris, East Hampton)
SPURS Gallery (Beijing)
Stephen Friedman Gallery (London)
STPI (Singapore)
Sullivan+Strumpf (Sydney, Singapore)
Sundaram Tagore Gallery (New York, Singapore, London)
Taka Ishii Gallery (Tokyo)
Tang Contemporary Art (Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Seoul)
TEMPLON (Paris, Brussels)
Thaddaeus Ropac (London, Paris, Salzburg, Seoul)
Tina Keng Gallery (Taipei)
TKG+ (Taipei)
Tomio Koyama Gallery (Tokyo)
Vadehra Art Gallery (New Delhi)
Victoria Miro (London, Venice)
Vigo (London)
Wada Fine Arts Y++ (Tokyo)
Waddington Custot (London)
White Cube (London, Hong Kong, New York, Paris)
Whitestone Gallery (Hong Kong, Taipei, Tokyo, Karuizawa)
Xavier Hufkens (Brussels)
Yavuz Gallery (Singapore, Sydney)
Yoshiaki Inoue Gallery (Osaka)
Zilbermann (Istanbul, Berlin)

To concentrate

Albertz Benda (New York, Los Angeles)
Art Front Gallery (Tokyo)
artcommune gallery (Singapore)
Artinformal (Manila)
Beyond the Gallery (Taipei)
Carl Kosty l (London, Stockholm, Milan)
Chambers Fine Art (New York)
Urs Meile Gallery (Beijing, Lucerne)
Zink Gallery (Waldkirchen)
Harper’s (New York, East Hampton, Los Angeles)
HdM GALLERY (Beijing, London)
ISA Art and Design (Jakarta, Yogyakarta)
Jack Bell Gallery (London, Sydney)
Klemm’s (Berlin)
KOSAKU KANECHIKA (Tokyo)
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (London, Berlin, Nevlunghavn)
Kukje Gallery (Seoul, Busan)
Lawang Wangi Creative Space (Bandung)
MadeIn Gallery (Shanghai)
CONTEMPORARY MAKASIINI (Turku)
Make Room Gallery (Los Angeles)
Nicolas Krupp (Basel)
Ode to Art (Singapore)
Richard Saltoun Gallery (London, Rome)
SAC Gallery (Bangkok)
Empire Sanctuary (New Delhi)
Starkwhite (Auckland, Queenstown)
RAILWAY STATION (Melbourne, Sydney)
The Columns Gallery (Seoul, Singapore)
The Lounge (Manila)
Unit London (London)
Various small fires (Los Angeles, Seoul, Dallas)
Wine Gallery (Ho Chi Minh City)
Place of work (London)
Yeo Workshop (Singapore)
Yutaka Kikutake Gallery (Tokyo)

Futures contracts

1PROJECTS (Bangkok)
856G / Tropical Futures Institute (Cebu)
Art Porters (Singapore)
Capsule Shanghai (Shanghai)
CHRISTINE PARK GALLERY (New York, Shanghai)
Cuturi Gallery (Singapore)
Julien Cadet Gallery (Paris)
Flax Seed Projects (Shanghai)
Nunu Fine Art (Taipei)
P21 (Seoul)
Tabula Rasa Gallery (Beijing, London)
Warin Contemporary Lab (Bangkok)

Crop

bitforms gallery (New York, San Francisco)
GAZELL.iO (London)
Hyundai Gallery (Seoul, New York)
Nagel Draxler Gallery (Berlin, Cologne, Munich)
Kate Vass Gallery (Zurich)
The Columns Gallery (Seoul, Singapore)
Vanguard Gallery (Shanghai)
Institute / Unit London (London)

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