Are you an art enthusiast? Do you want to go beyond the habit of just observing and appreciating art? Do you want to buy art all for yourself? So that you can set it in your house and marvel at it for hours? Do you want to purchase art that is not only valuable but also affordable? On the other hand, are you someone who creates art and would like to exhibit it to people who really care? Are you an up-and-coming painter or sculptor or visual artist who would like to kick off his/her career through one of the biggest and most anticipated festivals in Singapore? Let us introduce you the Affordable Art Fair Singapore, with its Spring Edition 2017 running from April 7 to April 9 at F1 Pit Building in 1 Republic Boulevard, Singapore – 038975.
Art in Singapore and other parts of the world is facing an immediate danger. Danger, not in terms of creativity, quantity, or quality, but of sales. Sales of art exhibits that are showcased in different art festivals that run in the Lion City. The art fraternity is accusing recession and authenticity for this dramatic drop in sales. However, some organizations back home believe that the art fair model is to be blamed. For what it’s worth, we think the idea of observing and understanding art has not really transcended into the idea of owning them, which is what is endangering the art world.
You enter the city they call the Red Dot and you don’t see the artist turning up inside you? Chances are you are in a wrong country. Art in Singapore is almost ubiquitous, which is constantly transcending into international levels. Art has been an important element of Singapore since it was born into the third world in the 60s. For a tourist to land in Singapore and not appreciate the sculptures, the paintings, the artwork, and the visual arts is like going to the Australian coast and not marvelling at the corals. Art is everywhere in Singapore, and slowly the country is trying to become the cynosure of the world when it comes contemporary art. No wonder it has at least ten cultural events going on a daily basis in different parts of the country. So, what has led Singapore to become the art hub of the world?