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Smaller than last year but with 'swifter sales': second edition of Singapore's Art SG opens to VIPs

The fair has seen exhibitor numbers decrease by 29% since 2023, but many galleries are reporting a better turnout

Singapore’s Art SG doubles down on VIP outreach ahead of smaller sophomore edition

Fair hopes to position itself as the natural art market hub for the Asia Pacific region

The Van Gogh Sunflowers lawsuit: the full story behind the Nazi-loot claim to Tokyo’s $250m painting

Plus, Singapore’s art hub ambitions and Grace Lau's project for Chinese New Year

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Art SG Singapore fair report: has the city-state’s moment in the sun finally come?

Prestigious international galleries and regional heavyweights alike have gathered for the fair's much-delayed inaugural edition

'It helps Hong Kong if other Asian cities do well': Chinese gallerist Kevin Poon discusses his new Singapore gallery

The influencer and dealer has opened an outpost of his WOAW gallery in the Southeast Asian city, which is enjoying a new art market spotlight

Long-delayed Art SG fair finally makes its debut—and Singapore is ready

An influx of wealth during the pandemic coupled with increased attention from blue-chip galleries has primed the city for an art market boom

Will it ever happen? Inaugural Art SG postponed for a fourth time

The first edition of the Singapore fair, first announced in 2018, is now scheduled to happen in January 2022

Art SG cancels inaugural fair—again

After postponing last year, first edition planned for this autumn will now happen in November 2021 due to coronavirus pandemic