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Art Stage Singapore returns in 2018 for its eighth edition from 26 to 28 January 2018
Fernando Botero (Colombia), Woman With Mask And Trumpet, 2016. Oil on canvas, 85 X 68 cm.

SINGAPORE.- ART STAGE is the flagship show of the Southeast Asian art world and the region’s key voice in representing the interests of Asian art in the global arena. Through its insights on the regional art landscape, the Fair acts as a catalyst for driving international interest in and the understanding of Southeast Asian art and igniting heightened market activity.

ART STAGE also plays a pivotal role in developing and bridging various segmented art markets in the region. At the crossroads of Southeast Asia and the world, ART STAGE creates a singular and unified Southeast Asian market, positioned to be more competitive with the more developed global art markets in the West and China.

ART STAGE Singapore 2018
In acknowledgement of the rapid changes and fluctuations in the art economy, ART STAGE Singapore pays tribute to these new realities of the art market by innovating the traditional art fair concept and going beyond the classical gallery presentations. By expanding the field to collectors, artists and other creative industries, the Fair continues to innovate and augment its position as the flagship art fair of Southeast Asia.

For the exhibition highlights of this year’s edition, ART STAGE Singapore presents three special selling exhibitions: a collaboration with The Tiroche DeLeon Collection; an exclusive showcase by Honorary Invited Artist, Fernando Botero; and a special selling exhibition of the works on paper of the late American artist Alexander Calder.

The Tiroche DeLeon Collection
In the first ever unique collaboration between ART STAGE Singapore and an internationally recognised private collection and art fund, ART STAGE Singapore 2018 presents a grand selling exhibition of Asian contemporary works from the Tiroche DeLeon Collection. Conceptualised by collector and founder Serge Tiroche, several of the top works in the collection were acquired between 2011 to 2016 at previous editions of ART STAGE Singapore and are now being re-exhibited in the context of a collection. The works are also lent to prominent museums, exhibitions, biennales, art fairs and other public venues worldwide, including a 2011 exhibition at the Singapore Art Museum featuring Rodel Tapaya’s most iconic work, Cane of Kabunian, N umbered B ut C annot B e C ounted , which won the triennial Asia Pacific Breweries Foundation Signature Art Prize 2011 and catapulted Tapaya to international recognition.

“We are pleased to have come full circle with Lorenzo Rudolf, to present a collection he helped us build. It is wonderful when two innovative minds meet and are comfortable exploring new collaborative models. I am excited about this opportunity and look forward to being in Singapore,” says Mr. Serge Tiroche.

Exhibiting artists include Donna Ong (Singapore), Genevieve Chua (Singapore), Ruben Pang (Singapore), Agus Suwage (Indonesia), Eko Nugroho (Indonesia), Entang Wiharso (Indonesia), Gatot Pujiarto (Indonesia), Heri Dono (Indonesia), I Nyoman Masriadi (Indonesia), J. Ariadhitya Pramuhendra (Indonesia), Manit Sriwanichpoom (Thailand), Geraldine Javier (the Philippines), Jigger Cruz (the Philippines), Jose Santos III (the Philippines), Leslie de Chavez (the Philippines), Ronald Ventura (the Philippines), Winner Jumalon (the Philippines), Chen Fei (China), Fang Lijun (China), Wang Guangyi (China), and Zeng Fanzhi (China).

Calder on Paper
Presented by the Omer Tiroche Gallery, London, ART STAGE Singapore 2018 features a unique selling exhibition of gouaches on paper by the late American artist, Alexander Calder. Widely known and acclaimed for his delicately balanced systems of discs and wires that are set to motion by air, otherwise known as ‘mobiles’, Calder’s brightly coloured goauches on paper were a constant companion for these sculptures. Calder went on to develop his own visual language through his practice of working with gouache, presenting a synthesis of the geometric forms of his sculptures with more earthly and representational subjects. The exhibited works will come from gallerist Omer Tiroche’s father, Micky Tiroche’s private collection, which is the biggest collection of Calder’s works on paper. The Fair will also present two mobiles from Calder, Stabile (1968) and The Red Crescent (1969), which will also be available for purchase.

Exhibition by Honorary Invited Artist – Fernando Botero
ART STAGE Singapore is honoured to invite Colombian figurative artist and sculptor Fernando Botero as the Fair’s first Honorary Invited Artist with a dedicated exhibition of his works. Celebrated as one of the world’s most prolific artists with an especially large following in Southeast Asia, Botero has achieved a universal understanding through his consistently recognisable style and distinctive exploration of volume and colour. With an illustrious career of over 50 years, Botero has expressed his art across almost all mediums and his works have been presented in numerous exhibitions worldwide. For ART STAGE Singapore 2018, Fernando Botero Jr. will be giving a talk, providing insights into the life and art of Fernando Botero himself. A 3.57m bronze sculpture by Botero will also be on display at the Fair, in memory of the late Mr. George Wong.

Art and Design
As the artistic interaction between different creative industries and disciplines becomes an increasingly common occurrence in the contemporary field, as well as in Southeast Asia, ART STAGE Singapore takes on the role to present these interactions in this year’s edition of the Fair, particularly between art and design. Today, many leading art galleries are showcasing design exhibitions and designers in their spaces, opening the conversation between art and design. As designers shift away from the practice of industrial production to create unique, one-of-a-kind works, these special design pieces become collectibles.

Focusing on these interactions between art and design, the Fair’s third edition of its Southeast Asia Forum explores the cross-disciplinary practices in art and design and is titled Art Meets Design: Cultural Trend or Fashionable Lifestyle? Comprising a series of lectures and various exhibition platforms, the Forum’s thematic program seeks to examine the dissolution of the distinctions between art and design, and explore the influence of the convergence between art and design on practicing artists and designers across all categories.

One of the presented exhibition platforms includes a collaboration with The Artling on Singapore’s first Asian-focused showcase on Collectible Designs, titled The Artling Collectible Design Showcase. Featuring a curated selection of original and existing works from the region’s most interesting and rising designers and studios, the unique collectible design pieces made available for purchase offer an insight into the changing dynamics between art and design in Southeast Asia.

The Forum will also present another exhibition platform showcasing the interaction between art and fashion design, which will be curated by emerging Singaporean fashion designer, jewellery publicist and milliner, Mira Sianipar. The exhibition features the works of six up-and-coming Asian designers who will be translating the traditional craftsmanship of fashion design into unique artistic forms, based on the exhibition’s three main themes of Discovery, Empowerment, and Innovation. More details will be disclosed at a later date.

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