Art Works holds events such as in-house seminars, private exhibitions and sponsorships on a regular basis. Check out exciting gallery news about artworks, events and market updates that we constantly keep track of.

Sentosa Hole 12 SingHealth Charity

SingHealth Charity Golf

In support of medical research and education, Art Works is proud to be one of the sponsors and auction bidders at the SingHealth Charity Golf Tournament organised by the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre. A total of $397,900 funds were raised through flight sales, table sales, as well as ... Read more →

Deity In The Forest

ShareInvestor Interview

Why Invest In Fine Art? Troy: Fine art is an effective capital growth vehicle or wealth preservation tool for our clients who are looking for a safe haven to park their money. It is known to withstand the short-term uncertainties of market fluctuations, while maximizing mid-to-long term ... Read more →

SICC Hole 5 May Day

SICC May Day Golf Charity

In the spirit of giving and sharing, Art Index International (Singapore) partnered SICC to help raise funds for the underprivileged in this year's annual charity drive. It was an honor giving back to society with the club and everyone who participated with us! ... Read more →


Singapore Yacht Show 2016

Interested in diversifying your investment portfolio? Come on over to BOOTH J27 Art Index International this weekend from 07 - 10 April 2016, at ONE°15 Marina Club, Sentosa Cove. Earn a chance to win a $10 000 Art Investment Portfolio when you register your details with us! ... Read more →


ShareInvestor Special

Investing in fine art is fast gaining popularity, with the global art auction market growing at an average of 13 per cent annually, from US$3 billion in 2000 to US$16.1 billion in 2015. RESILIENT ASSET CLASS The growth is not surprising, given the resilience of fine art’s value. 76 per cent of art ... Read more →

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