11 Jan 2016

Major Milestones of the Bible Art Competition by Colours of the Bible Singapore

This art competition aims to promote cultural exchange between Singapore and Israel by inviting Singaporeans and Israelis alike to illustrate the Bible through art. The competition and exhibition will be promoted to churches in Singapore, mission schools and art schools, and is open to all.

Top entries will have their work showcased at an exhibition at The Art Space@Suntec, which will be opened to the public. The exhibition will include an exclusive gala opening event that will include distinguished guests from the diplomatic, religious and arts communities in Singapore.

In conjunction with the exhibition, a special programme will be organised to promote art and deeper understanding between the cultures and its people.

Click here for more information of the competition

11 Jan 2016


The people behind Pōtocol, our collaborative partner in pop-up gallery: Multiples and up-coming project co-lab, is heading to Berlinale!

We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to Jeremy Chua and Debbie Wee, co-producer and associate producer of Lav Diaz’s Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis (A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery), for making into the official selection at the Main Competition of the 66th Berlinale (Berlin International Film Festival)!

The film is the first co-production between the Philippines and Singapore and has a star-studded cast including Piolo Pascual, John Lloyd Cruz and Hazel Orencio. It is also the first time that Singapore is represented at the features main competition at Berlinale.

Set for its World Premiere on Feburary 18th, Hele sa Hiwagang Hapis will compete for the coveted Golden Bear and Silver Bear Awards of Berlinale on February 20th, with award-winning Hollywood actress Meryl Streep as the jury’s president.

Click here for the complete press release of the Berlinale Competition 2016.

17 Oct 2015

Minster of National Development Mr Lawrence Wong attends Official Opening of Exotic Landscape Exhibition by Dr Ho Kah Leong at The Art Space@Suntec

22 July 2015

SAGG Editor-in-Chief Irene Marx interviewed exhibition organiser Paulo Gomes to find out more about the exhibition and the intentions behind it.

The OKINKA African Art Exhibition has officially launched on 22 July 2015 at The Art Space in Suntec City Mall in Singapore. The exhibition is the first in a series of exciting activities to foster closer business and cultural ties between Singapore and Africa by the Centre for African Studies, under its Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Programme. The Centre for African Studies was jointly established by the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Singapore Business Federation (SBF) last year.

Organized by Paulo Gomes & Partners, the exhibition is supported by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank), Pacific International Lines and the Africa-South East Asia Chamber of Commerce. SAGG Editor-in-Chief Irene Marx interviewed Paulo Gomes to find out more about the exhibition and the intentions behind it.

Read more about it here

15 July 2015

First Ever 上东好客 Art Exhibition Premiering In Singapore

The exhibition will showcase sculptures and artifacts from Linyi, the art city of Shandong from August through October 2015.

25 June 2015

Shandong Tourism Board and Partners Collaborate with The Art Space @ Suntec

The Art Space @ Suntec is pleased to announce the partnership with Shandong Tourism Board, 银光文创园 (Yin Guang Cultural and Creativity Park), ASA Travel Group and New Capital Arts & Culture (NCAC) Pte Ltd.

The establishment of this partnership will be the start of a cross-cultural exchange, tapping into the rich art culture in Shandong. This is in line with our mission of bringing and connecting Arts from all over the World.  (more..)