ART SG 2023

ART SG welcomes over 160 leading international galleries from Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific and around the world.

UBS is proud to be the Founding and Lead Partner of ART SG.

The new international art fair will feature over 160 of the world’s leading galleries, from Singapore and across the globe. ART SG offers a meeting point in Southeast Asia for collectors from the region and beyond to convene and engage with one of the world’s most dynamic cultural landscapes.

UBS has a history of supporting cultural endeavors across the world. The UBS Art Collection is one of the world’s most important corporate collections of contemporary art with over 30,000 artworks by some of the most influential artists of our time.

Onsite at ART SG with August Hatecke

August's art picks:

August Hatecke gives his insights into Singaporean artists and their works at ART SG. Join him as he takes a walk through the fair to discover the inaugural edition.

Commission installation by Dawn Ng
in the UBS Lounge

The UBS Art Collection presentation in the UBS Lounge will feature a site-specific installation, Forever Now (2023), and a video, paintings and photographs by Singaporean artist Dawn Ng who is represented in the Collection. Ng is a multi-disciplinary visual artist who has worked across a breadth of mediums, motives and scale, including sculpture, photography, light, film, collage, painting and installations. Often characterized by lyricism and a nuanced use of color, her practice explores time, memory and the ephemeral.

Photographer Sean Lee

Collecting Insights

UBS Art Collection

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‘Forever Now’ site-specific installation by Dawn Ng

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ART SG – The Art of Change

The client breakfast with Valerie Lau, CFA (Head of Southeast Asia and Singapore, APAC Sustainable Finance Office) and award-winning eco-artist Ernest Goh (Founder of Ayer Ayer) brought together future-forward thinking about art, commerce, sustainability and second life.

The event sparked discussions about how we can influence and demand change in our community, from the art fair institution to our own families, and how art can help reframe our relationship with consumption and the environmental impact we leave behind.

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