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    Meet Kwami Coleman, Jazz Pianist and Musicologist from New York City

    Singulart explores the intersection of art and music in this exclusive interview with New Yorker Kwami Coleman: jazz pianist, composer and musicologist specializing in improvised music. His 2017 album ‘Local Music’ explores the concept of locality through jazz compositions that draw on memory and the use of field recordings from Harlem. His upcoming electronic project POLY is set to be…

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    The Great American Road Trip

    In the imagination of the continental United States comes the idea of the great American road trip: packing up the car, setting off solo or with a group of pals, and hitting the open road. This idea has been explored time and time again through the work of great writers like Jack Kerouac, Tom Wolfe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Travelers…

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    Rising Stars: 5 Artists to Invest In

    For art lovers and collectors navigating the art market, Singulart presents five of our artists to invest in now. These rising stars have already proven their success through international exhibitions, brand partnerships, and art fair exposure. The media has noticed their stand out styles, and we support them in pushing their careers even further by exposing their work to our…

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    A Day With: Rose Reichart

    Rose Reichart is an emerging artist based in Germany who has exhibited her mixed-media abstract work in Austria, Germany and Poland. Her intuitive artistic practice stems from her pursuit to cast aside the inherent perfectionism of today‘s overproduced, technologized world and her desire to instead re-root herself in her body as well as nature, thus reconnecting with the powerful force…

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    A Day With: Rie Kono

    Rie Kono is an established Japanese artist with a great imagination. Her incredibly detailed paintings depict fantastical scenes full of hot air balloons, curious characters, and odes to nature. These stunning, rich works are a testament to her unique aesthetic as well as her technical accomplishments. Recently, Kono sold her painting Man’s Dream, Woman’s wish and this scene to a…

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    Address Book: Miami

    With Aqua Art Miami running from December 4-8th, Singulart presents our readers with the best museums to visit in this vibrant city after checking out our selection at the fair. Miami is a hub of Afro-Cuban culture and world class art and is best known for their prestigious Art Basel fair. Not only is Miami home to a cutting edge…

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    Culinary Arts: Meet Melissa Clark, Food Writer for the New York Times

    Singulart ventures into the culinary arts in this exclusive interview with American food writer Melissa Clark: Brooklyn native, author of over 40 cookbooks, and columnist for the New York Times. We had the pleasure of speaking with Melissa to discover her journey in the culinary arts, her current cravings, and her take on the similarities between chefs and artists. From…

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    Artists and Musicians are Speaking Out in Chilean Protests

    Since mid October, Chile has been in a state of civil unrest in response to growing inequality throughout the country. Sparked by a public transport fare increase on October 6th, Chilean students in Santiago began protesting and dodging fares, eventually resulting in violent confrontations with local police. The ongoing protests address widespread social and economic inequality, the privatization of social…

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    How to Resell an Artwork

    The secondary art market, or the reselling of works, can be difficult to navigate, but worthwhile and rewarding if properly understood. The market is dynamic, with artist’s values increasing or lowering depending on their popularity, demand, and the trajectory of their career. Often collectors will invest in emerging artists to watch the price of their work rise in value and…

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    A Day With: Alexandre Delamadeleine

    Alexandre Delamadeleine is a French photographer based in Paris whose work has been featured in international exhibitions and in publications like Lomography, Konbini, Fisheye, Lense Magazine, and Le Monde. Working in analogue film, Delamadeleine captures dreamy atmospheres and stunning portraits that play with symmetry and perspective, often emphasizing the delicate beauty of the natural world and the female body. In…