Now in its second year, led by Fair Director Lorenzo Rudolf, Art Stage Singapore has set itself up as the fair to watch for Asian contemporary art. This year the fair exhibited over 100 galleries from Asia alongside some leading galleries from London, New York, Berlin and Paris.
Set in the Marina Bay convention centre, with industrial high ceilings and large exhibitor stands, the space lent itself well to the contemporary artworks.
Highlights included large-scale works by artists such as Yan Pei-Ming, Chen Wenling and Zhang Huan, plus an educational talks programme focused on Asian art and The Gao Brothers famous World Hug Day art performance. Pictured is a work by Korean artist Do Ho Suh, who was represented by the Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York.
At the end of day, the top tip was to head to the Marina Bay Sands hotel for a well-earned cocktail at Ku De Ta. An incredible view at the end of an inspiring day.
For more information visit Art Stage Singapore.