Art that bites at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Siger Gallery, founded by Jon Baker, was established in 2012 to promote and sell a broad range of emerging UK and international artists.

The gallery is a dynamic platform for a range of art practices including painting, performance, sculpture, photography, printmaking and animation.

Siger Gallery exhibits internationally, past shows include London, Hong Kong, Singapore and Milan.


Siger Gallery will be exhibiting at the Singapore Affordable Art Fair, Booth #3D-01

F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Blvd, Singapore 038975

Thursday 21 November
VIP Preview 18.00 – 22.00
Friday, 22 November  12.00 - 18.00
Arty-Licious Evening 18.00 - 22.00
Saturday, 23 November - 11.00 - 19.00
Sunday, 24 November 11.00 - 18.00

*) Limited to the first 150 subscribers from AlexandMushi

Alex and Mushi are ‘artists as anthropologists’. Using art systems to isolate different forms of verbal and nonverbal languages across multiple cultures to examine the unifying core forms of communication and connection.

In 2015 Alex and Mushi met on the streets. To this day it remains a chance meeting. From that unexpected crossing they are innovating a new genre, a new medium of collaborative practice. What does it take to build powerful relationships with people? Humans are always in context to others. And yet how deeply is that process of connecting understood? Alex and Mushi work directly with the dynamic tension core to all relationships. The desire to be seen and the terror of revealing ourselves.

Our Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

ALEXANDMUSHI have exhibited together in the U.S., Asia, and Europe. They are the recipients of artist residencies in San Francisco, Taiwan, and Mexico. They have guest lectured in the U.S. and Asia, and are the Executive Director and Co-Director of Think Make Tank Artist Collective, an organization dedicated to building a community around collaboration, experimentation, and improvisation.

They have participated and worked with: MOCA Taipei, Bamboo Curtain Studio, Recology SF, Chinese Culture Centre SF, Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture SF, University of San Francisco, Zonamaco Art Fair, MACO Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Oaxaca, Centro Fotografico Alvarez Bravo Oaxaca, AIASF (American Institute of Architects), and AAA (American Anthropological Association).

They have five ongoing projects in their collaboration: Portable Studio, Chair Conversations, Still Conversations, Two Chairs, and The Dictionary. Each work is a seemingly playful exercise of connection and communication. Behind each of these images is the nakedness required by each individual attempting to know another person.

The goal is to better understand humanity. The rule is transparency. Being as transparent as possible is critical. To begin to know someone we have to know ourselves. The practice of collaboration between two artists is the work of knowing the ‘other’ as a road to knowing the ‘self’. from Armelle Burke

I travel extensively for work to study languages, art history and culture which informs my art practice.

I am interested in developing my creative expression by discovering new things to feed my imagination. I have studied a variety of art disciplines leading to specialising in photographic arts which I have worked in commercially as a music and ski photographer. I am currently lecturing Art and Design in China while concentrating on fine art photography.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

I shoot a range of subject matter and styles depending on what suits my projects which are self directed. My image styles range from studio set ups to street photography. I use observational methods to portray what I find interesting about everyday life, in contrast to this documentary approach, I also use photography to visualise my imagination and contrive flamboyant imagery.

I am fascinated with photography's ability to dive into a multitude of situations and give the viewer the illusion of reality thanks to the mediums connection to the physical world. I believe great photography is visionary, considered and planned across all working methods.

I see a direct relationship between paintings and photographs as with a deep understanding of technical photography there are no limits to what can be achieved which for me is truly magic. There are certain moments along the way which are not predictable and this balance of chance and control is what makes photography so exciting

My photographs are large scale limited edition prints which I exhibit internationally and are available for purchase. For further information please contact me. from Gail Deayton

As an artist, the sculpture has always been my primary focus.

Born in the UK in 1973, Gail studied Fine Art Sculpture at Manchester, graduation in 1994. In 1997 she moved to Hong Kong, having also lived in Dubai and Indonesia.

Despite drawing being an integral part of my creative process and thinking, sculpture has continually (consciously and subconsciously) pulled me back and demanded me to make sense of my ideas by working three-dimensionally.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Having lived in Hong Kong and Asia for over twenty years, the interplay between line, form and the structures of Hong Kong are visual elements that continually stimulates my creativity and work.

Having lived in Hong Kong and Asia for over twenty years, the interplay between line, form and the structures of Hong Kong are visual elements that continually stimulates my creativity and work.

Sculpture gives me the ability to create a certain order to things and deal with the many contradictions that are juxtaposed – in our cities, traditions, cultures, and lives – which oppose, but also, interact, weave and collaborate with each other fluently and consistently. The range of materials I use (stainless-steel, bronze, glass and concrete), reflect, marry and challenge these differences”. from Guillermo Monroy

Guillermo Monroy is a Mexican artist who has lived in Britain for over twenty years.

Drawing from his cultural background, Monroy works as a musician and sculptor re-fashioning found musical instruments into eloquent pieces that reference music, temporality and silence.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

As a Mexican living in Britain for the past twenty years, I am able to draw on my cultural roots and new cultural stimuli to invigorate my working processes. I have continually exhibited throughout this time and my work has developed from a painter who sculpts to now predominately a sculptor who also paints. I find both practices inform the other, symbiotically creating the working rhythm that ignites the work.

Musical instruments, wood and metal are the main materials used, having an intrinsic natural beauty and strong connections to the earth. In common with painting, these materials can be manipulated through colour, thickness, texture and warmth, and additionally the surfaces can be caressed or violated through polishing or chiselling. I like to contrast the qualities of wood by combining it with other elements. The process of construction is vital to how the final form is perceived. from Susana Sanromán

Susana Sanromán (A Coruña) is a Spanish visual artist living in London and working in different media:

Photography, Video-Art, Installation and Performance. Since completing her B.A. (hons) in Photography at the LCC, University of the Arts London. She has been involved in numerous international exhibitions and artist residencies in Europe, Asia and America.

Her artwork has been selected and shown in several Art Fairs over the years; Exposure 2015 at Louvre Museum, Venice Biennale 2019, 2017 and 2015, The Affordable Art Fair 2019, NordArt 2019, 2016 & 2015, Tallinn Art Week 2018,  Art Takes Miami 2015 &2014, Interfilm Berlin 2017, CineMare International 2017 ArtCop21, Mar de Mares 2015, Spain Now 2015, 2014 & 2013, Futurising 2009 and Caja Madrid Generación 2008.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Susana has been assisting internationally renowned artist Tom Hunter from 2008 to 2013. One year later,2009, her photographic essay ' Women looking at women: the female gaze' will be published. from Seruni Bodjawati

Seruni Bodjawati is one of the most versatile and unusual artists in Indonesian contemporary art.

Her first painting was made when she was 10 months old. More than 50 times participated in group exhibitions in some countries such as in Indonesia, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cambodia, Hungary, England, Slovakia, Romania, France, Spain, Germany, Australia, Italy, and USA.

Seruni Bodjawati's first painting was made when she was 10 months old. She grew up as an artist in a very good environment, Yogyakarta, center of the fine arts in Indonesia. Since her first canvas painting in 2000, she has made numerous artworks in various sizes and media.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Seruni has achieved numerous art awards and exhibited her paintings and drawings in Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, New Zealand, France, England, Hungary, Germany, Australia, Italy, Spain, Slovakia, and US. In 2011 she was elected as one of Indonesian Young Heroes by Aplaus The Lifestyle Indonesia for her achievements in international art scenes. In 2012 she was awarded as The Most Inspiring Woman in Art and Culture by Kartini Magazine Indonesia and Indonesian First Lady Ani Yudhoyono.

Seruni also produces art films, became the ambassador of 50 museums in Yogyakarta, makes Javanese Puppet theatre and writes poems, short stories and essays. Her private galleries in Yogyakarta are collecting more than 700 paintings, sketches and sculptures created by Basuki Abdullah, Dullah, Hendra Gunawan, Hendro Juwono, Surono, Kartono Yudhokusumo, Widayat, Saptoto, Batara Lubis, Djajeng Asmara, Kartika Affandi, Mersad Berber, Loe Boen Koen, Abdul Salam, Zaini, Sudarisman, Ivan Sagita, Edie Hara, Heri Dono, Dadang Christanto, Mudjiono D, I Nyoman Masriadi, Heri Kris, Made Sukadana, Pupuk Daru Purnomo, Lulus Santoso,Ugo Untoro, Edi Sunaryo, Faizal, Anis Ekowindu, Hayattudin, Robi Fathoni, etc. from Vanja Karas

Vanja Karas is a London based multidisciplinary Serbian artist, working in print, in space and on screen

The essence of her work reflects on the timeless themes of impermanence, the irrevocable passing of time and transience as the core of our existence. Her works evoke conceptual vivacity, beauty and emotional poignancy often revisiting the major motifs of the old masters and still life translating them into the modern world.

Prior to moving into the art world and since completing her MA at Kings College London and Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts Vanja has worked commercially as a Creative Director in design and advertising industries in London. She is now mainly focusing on her Art working in and exhibiting across a range of different media: photography, conceptual art, site-specific installation, sculpture, video art, textile design, print and VR.

My Art at the Affordable Art Fair Singapore

Vanja's work has been commissioned for a number of private, public, museum and corporate collections and published in books and magazines. Her photographic print has reached £10000 at a recent Bonham's Auction.

She has featured wit her work in numerous international exhibitions, festivals and residencies across Europe, Asia and America. Only this year her work has been exhibited in Japan, USA, Mexico, Italy, the UK and she is delighted now to be showing for the first time in Singapore. Earlier this month Vanja's work was exhibited in the NaWei Gallery at the Fullerton Hotel, as one of the finalists of the Art Gemini International Art Prize.

She is also currently exhibiting in London as part of the God Save the Queen exhibition alongside some of the most celebrated artists such as Terry O’Neil, Rankin, David Swanell and Alison Jackson.

Earlier this year her work Flowers for Algernon was selected for the Royal Academy of Arts 251st Summer Exhibition, she also exhibited as part of this years 58th Venice Biennale and as part of a multimedia video installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca MACO (Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Oaxaca).

Other past exhibitions, participation and awards include: Royal Academy of Arts (2019 and 2009 Summer Exhibition), 56th, 57th, 58th Venice Biennale, The Hall of Awa Museum Japan, Museum of Contemporary Art Oaxaca (MACO), Institute of Contemporary Art ICA, The Photographers’ Gallery, Turner Contemporary, Somerset House, House of St Barnabas, New Orleans Photo Alliance USA, Les Rencontres d’Arles France, Art Brussels, Mall Galleries, Chelsea Arts Club, Royal College of Art, Mercers Hall, Tobacco Docks, Royal Overseas League, Association of Photographers, Jonathan Ross Gallery London, China House Malaysia, Alliance Francaise Malaysia, Siddhartha Art Gallery Kathmandu, Palazzo Ducale Cantelmo Italy, Cata Odata Bali, Q-Park Car Park, New Moment Serbia.

You can order artwork from our exhibition at the Siger Gallery page on Artsy

Location Map

Affordable Art Fair, Booth #3D-01

1 Republic Blvd, Singapore

Posted in past article | Posted on November 19, 2019
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.