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19 Mar 2012

Singapore Art Gallery Guide

Spearheaded by former gallery owner Rene Daniels in 2004, the Singapore Art Gallery Guide (SAGG) was the first guide to the art and cultural institutions of Singapore, and to this day the free pocket-sized publication remains the most well read and comprehensive.

A key focus of SAGG is its dedication to featuring both popular and established art institutions and events, as well as Singapore’s independent subculture and smaller little-known venues. With listings, editorials, and regular columns, SAGG aims to be a comprehensive and practical tool helping readers make their way around the art scene in Singapore.

SAGG enjoys a readership of more than 18,000 fine art collectors, influential art critics, governmental and private sponsors of the arts, as well as local and international visitors seeking guidance on how to enrich their cultural experience of the city.

The print copies are distributed around the city around the first of each month, and are available at various venues and art fairs.

Complementing the regular print editions, the SAGG website offers an unparalleled up-to-date overview of the local art scene by listing an average of 100 art exhibitions and events per day on its practical calendar, which allows readers to see all events at a glance by clicking on a specific day.