3 art galleries in Asia to purchase your first artwork from

If you are looking to start collecting art, it is important to visit reputable galleries that carry authentic artworks. Reputable galleries does not necessarily only sell million-dollars paintings. Instead, they are able to represent established artists and have an eye to spot emerging ones, promoting a healthy exchange of art culture in the region. 

Here are 3 of our favourite art galleries in Asia:

White Space Art Asia – Singapore

Situated in one of Singapore’s upscale shopping centres Paragon, White Space Art was created in conjunction with Heng Artland Gallery which has a history of 36 years in Singapore. It carries several of the most established and successful artists in Asian contemporary art, including artists like Takashi Murakami, Jia You Fu and Zhao Xiao Hai. 

Location: 290 Orchard Rd, #04-08 Paragon, Singapore 238859

Gagosian – Hong Kong 

Gagosian is a renowned global art gallery that needs no introduction. It has presence in 18 cities across the world, and its Hong Kong exhibition space is the only one in Asia and represents a wider range of Asian artists. The space of the gallery gives artists the freedom to set up large scale artworks, making a visit to this gallery an experiential treat. 

Location: 7/F Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central, Hong Kong

Ota Fine Arts – Tokyo 

Ota Fine Arts was established in 1994 in Tokyo. The gallery is widely recognised as the pioneer of Japanese contemporary art. Ota Fine Arts has promoted various Japanese artists, including internationally-acclaimed Yayoi Kusama. In recent years, it has been expanding the variety of its artists and their works from Japanese art to regional works from Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Middle East.

Location: Piramide Devil, 3F, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku , Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

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