Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery

Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery is the proud product derived from decades of experience from owner, Sabiana Paoli, who has worked for some of the most renown art galleries across the globe; namely, Italy.

Located at the heart of the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Singapore, Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery is effervescent with regular exhibitions and promotes the dynamic exchange of ideas between artists and art enthusiasts, accelerating the growth of the art market.

The Gallery has a rich collection of modern and contemporary works of art endorsing a wide variety of artists, periods, and styles – an art collector’s one-stop shop to finding the artwork they desire.

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IWG - Italian Women's Group in Singapore
Monday 19th November 2012 hour 11:00 - Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery, Tanglin Shopping Centre, #01-25/26

Te in galleria

We continue our discovery and understanding of contemporary art, guided by our friend Sabiana, the first Italian art dealer in Singapore, gallery owner of Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery.

This time we will be guests of the gallery for an morning tea with the artist Ludmila Kazinkina.

TOUR: AN ITALIAN ART EXPLORATION
Monday 6th August 2012, Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery, Tanglin Shopping Centre, #01-25/26

Conference - tour: an italian art exploration

Sabiana Paoli is proud to invite you to her gallery for a lecture on Italian contemporary fine art. The lecture will illustrate the art movements of the fifties, which benefited from the support of some gallery owners and managers who played a fundamental role in their understanding, appreciation and promotion.

Sabiana is a specialist in Italian contemporary art. Her background consists of in-depth studies and extensive experience in prestigious art galleries all over the world. Now based in Singapore, she aims to promote the understanding of Italian contemporary art through a series of lectures in her gallery, a place she hopes to propagate and spread the poetics of artists who have indelibly marked the Italian artistic panorama.

The gallery also aims at becoming a cultural reference point, both in Singapore and in the region, for the brilliant Italian contemporary art scene, a significant and specific place for contemporary art and Italian cultural studies.

IWG - Italian Women's Group in Singapore
Monday 11th June 2012, Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery, Tanglin Shopping Centre, #01-25/26

Te in galleria

We continue our discovery and understanding of contemporary art, guided by our friend Sabiana, the first Italian art dealer in Singapore, gallery owner of Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery.

This time we will be guests of the gallery for an afternoon tea with a promising young Italian artist, Danilo Bucchi. Born in Rome, 33, Danilo Bucchi will present his latest works, "the dolls", created around a personal interpretation of the concept of deformation.

IWG - Italian Women's Group in Singapore
Monday 23th April 2012, Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery, Tanglin Shopping Centre, #01-25/26

Te in galleria

Sabian Paoli Art Gallery is a new and dynamic art gallery that comes from decades of experience of its owner, Sabiana Paoli, the first Italian art dealer in Singapore, who has worked at major galleries in Italy and in the world.

The gallery presents a rich collection of modern and contemporary works, performed by a large variety of artists in different periods and styles, so as to enable all collectors to find the artwork of their desires. Sabiana will offer us tea while we will make a presentation on the concept of art in Italy in the '50s, the theme analyzed through the emblematic figures of prominent artists and gallery owners.

 

 

Sabiana Paoli Art Gallery
19 TANGLIN ROAD
TANGLIN SHOPPING CENTRE 01-25/26
247909 SINGAPORE
t. +65 9093 5128
e. info@sabianapaoliartgallery.com
e. sabiana.paoli@gmail.com
www.sabianapaoliartgallery.com
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