Art Stage Singapore will present a diverse range of carefully selected galleries from across Asia and the world, featuring 143 galleries from 32 countries and 30 global cities. Galleries that will be exhibiting at the fair hail from Argentina, Australia, China, Columbia, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Malaysia, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UAE, United Kingdom, United States and Uruguay. 67 galleries are returning exhibitors and these include top international, regional and Singapore based galleries such as Artinformal (Philippines), ARNDT (Singapore), FOST Gallery (Singapore), Gajah Gallery (Singapore), Galleria Continua (Italy), Ota Fine Arts (Singapore), Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong/Singapore), Richard Koh Fine Art (Malaysia), ShanghART Gallery (China/Singapore), Tomio Koyama Gallery (Japan/Singapore), Singapore Tyler Print Institute (Singapore), Sundaram Tagore Gallery (Singapore) and White Cube Gallery (London), among others.
Following through the concept of Art Stage Singapore as an Asian fair, there will be a strong showing of Asia-based galleries at Art Stage Singapore 2016 with 112 exhibitors, around 75 percent, coming from across Asia. 32 of these galleries are Singapore-based. The significant presence of these galleries will underscore the Fair’s Asian identity and reinforce its position as the matchmaking point for collectors, artists, gallerists, curators and art enthusiasts in Asia. 65 new galleries will debut at Art Stage Singapore in 2016. They include Aspan Gallery (Kazakhstan), Galerie Forsblom (Finland), Gallery Ward (United Arab Emirates), Giorgio Persano (Italy), Hafez Gallery (Saudi Arabia), Flowers (United Kingdom), Martin Browne Contemporary (Australia), Mo J Gallery (South Korea), X^ist (Turkey), among others. Several notable regional artists will also be presenting works at the fair. Hailing from Singapore are David Chan, Ruben Pang, Donna Ong, Jane Lee, Jimmy Ong and more. Other artists include Shooshie Sulaiman and Ali Nurazmal Yusoff from Malaysia, Mujahidin Nurrahman, Kinez Riza and Syagini Ratna Wulan from Indonesia and Alfredo and Isabel Aquilizan, Ronald Ventura and Raybeet Ramos from the Philippines.