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Art Stage Singapore announces dates for 2015
Art Stage Singapore 2014: Love Me by Choi Jeong Hwa, Galerie Vanessa Quang.
SINGAPORE.- Riding on the wave of success in 2014, Art Stage Singapore will continue to inspire with its presentation of quality art from Asia and all over the world in its next edition. The 2015 edition of Southeast Asia’s flagship fair will traditionally open the annual art calendar from 22-25 January (by-invite only preview on 21 January) at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore’s iconic landmark.

The fourth edition of Art Stage Singapore in 2014 welcomed 45,700 visitors over five days, presenting art in context through a new innovative fair format that proved to be very well received amongst art professionals and enthusiasts alike. Exhibitors reported significant sales as well as valuable connections made at the fair.

With a deep understanding of Asia’s dynamic visual arts scenes, Art Stage Singapore presents the diversity of contemporary art rising from the region. Presenting carefully selected galleries from Asian and Western countries that complement each other, Art Stage Singapore promotes dialogue not only between the East and the West but amongst the Asian region itself as well. More than a market platform, Art Stage Singapore is the definitive rendezvous point for discourse and exchange of ideas on the ever-evolving Asian art scenes.

Art Stage Singapore is pleased to be working with Marina Bay Sands, Asia’s most spectacular integrated resort with the largest and most versatile Expo and Convention Centre in the heart of the city. With their continuous strong support, Art Stage Singapore strives to continue being Asia’s premier art destination for art dealers, collectors, professionals, artists and enthusiasts.

More information on Art Stage Singapore 2015 will be released in the coming weeks.





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