75 percent of the participating galleries hail from Asia Pacific and one third of the total number of galleries are South East Asia. This according to its organisers, makes Art Stage Singapore the definitive Asian art fair.
This arts platform plays a key role in the eco-system of contemporary art in Singapore and South East Asia, not only in developing and bridging individual regional art markets, but also in creating a forum for the exchange of ideas that are critical to understanding the economic and socio-political issues of the day.
After a successful sitting in 2016, the South East Asia Forum returns again this year, and is titled 'Net Present Value: Art, Capital Futures'. It will focus on the theme of capitalism. The Forum is a thematic programme, comprising an exhibition and a series of lectures that offer more focused and deeper views into global issues that have direct impact on South East Asia.
A one-day pass (standard ticket) costs $32, while a four-day pass (standard ticket) will set you back $64. Concession tickets are reserved for full-time students, NSFs and senior citizens and cost just $25, which concession group purchases will take $5 off, but only if the group is no smaller than 20.
Art Stage Singapore is an anchor event of the Singapore Art Week. Tickets may be purchased from all Marina Bay Sands ticketing counters, Marina Bay Sands Sales website, all Sistic counters island-wide, its website and the Art Stage Singapore Ticketing Box Office during the fair.
For more information please visit, www.artstage.com/singapore/site/home