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Art Extravaganza: Your Guide to Singapore Art Week's Must-See Events



Embrace your artsy side this January as Singapore kicks off Singapore Art Week from January 19-28.  Delve into a citywide celebration with a diverse array of events and exhibitions. To make your life easier (so many choices!), we've curated a selection of top-tier happenings that you won't want to miss. From contemporary dance to vibrant art exhibitions, here's your exclusive guide to navigating the best of Singapore Art Week.


 

19-21 January 

Marina Bay Sands

Tickets: $32-$42


Check out the largest contemporary art fair in Southeast Asia, Art SG. You can expect to see works by museum-calibre artists exhibited by top contemporary galleries from Paris, London, Hong Kong, and New York.


Our Picks

Track down exhibits from some of the best-known galleries in the art world: Gagosian, David Zwirner, Lehman Maupin, neugerriemschneider (Berlin), Sullivan+Strumpf (Sydney), Waddington Custot (London), Taro Nasu (Tokyo), and White Cube. You can read about more fair highlights on the Art SG website.


 

17-28 January

Tickets: $28-35


Our Pick 

17-18 January

Esplanade Theatre

8:00 pm


A contemporary dance performance choreographed by J’Sun Howard (USA) that explores black male identity and spirituality in the current socio-political climate.


 

20, 27 January

6:00-10:00 pm

Gillman Barracks

Free


Combining live music with visual arts, arts district Gillman Barracks will be coming to life for two nights only: January 20 and 27.




Our Picks

Stop by Mizuma Gallery, Sundaram Tagore, and Mucciaccia Gallery for your contemporary art fix. And don’t miss the performance art Open Children by artist Tang Da Wu on Saturday, 20 January 2024, 6 - 7pm at Gillman Barracks Carpark B



 

January 20-28

Artspace @ Helutrans

Tickets: $10


A showcase of Southeast Asian art featuring 22 galleries and over 40 artists from around the region.


Our Pick

Register for a free tour of the exhibition on January 20, 21, 27, and 28 from 4:00-5:00 pm for a more in-depth understanding of the artists and artworks on view.


 


​Stephanie Kolentisis is a learning designer with over 13 years of experience working as an educator across Asia. She’s also an explorer who loves to share her adventures with the AWA community. You can check out her website at www.sklearningdesign.com




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