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    5 Minutes With Hélène Jacqz

    Hélène Jacqz is a French painter and winner of numerous prizes including the Fulbright scholarship and Rubinstein prize. In her paintings, the artist acts much like a jazz musician. She creates everything in the moment. It’s a matter of tempo and it’s like she is playing a game of double or quits. She risks creating work that lacks her signature,…

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    Malangatana: Modernism and Post-Colonial Identity

    Mozambican-born painter, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya (1936-2011), was an important figure in African modern art. His artwork is represented in public museums including the Art Institute of Chicago and Tate Modern, London. The development of his style is situated in the socio-cultural context of his country’s fight for independence against Portuguese rule. His paintings created from the 1960s to the 1970s…

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    Artist Residence – Laurence de Valmy

    French painter Laurence de Valmy sat down with Singulart to tell us about her experience at the ESKFF Artist Residence within the Mana Contemporary during her time in the United States. ESKFF in a few words The Eileen S. Kaminsky Family Foundation hosts an artist residency located in Jersey City, New York, which was founded in 2009 by Eileen Kaminsky,…

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    Meet the Singulart team – David Ortegón

    Singulart’s strength lies in its amazing artists and fantastic customer service, sometimes we forget those behind the scenes which make all this happen. Through this new series “Meet Singulart” we want to readdress this balance and introduce you to some of the experienced, dynamic and fun faces around the Singulart office. As a French start-up which counts diversity and internationalism…

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    Genre Painting: The Aesthetics of the Everyday

    A genre painting, also known as a morality painting, places everyday actions at the center of the artwork. These can be specific individual scenes, larger groups of people, or so-called “hidden object images”. In most cases, no identifiable personalities are depicted, but rather archetypes of a social class or group. These representations were already widespread in antiquity, but modern genre…

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    Still Life Painting: Yesterday and Today

    Although still life art existed in ancient times, it suddenly disappeared from the canvas for a lengthy period. The “autonomous” depiction of objects, entirely without people interacting with them, only spread again during the Golden Age in the Netherlands. The genre has been of great importance since its resurgence at the end of the 16th century and continues to be…