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Art Stage Singapore 2012

Art Stage Singapore is Asia’s premier “international art fair,” boasting an exciting meeting of art

Art Stage Singapore is Asia’s premier “international art fair,” boasting an exciting meeting of art and talent at the Marina Bay Sands with 120 exhibitors from 18 diverse nations and 50 special projects. Works from renowned galleries will feature alongside rare gems from budding artists in the region. The event promises a stunning showcase of Eastern and Western contemporary art and will involve various cultural initiatives, including expert talks and panel discussions.

Find out more about the event here.

Art Stage Singapore 2012
44 Club St.
Singapore

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