• ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    How to bring a summer touch to your home

    Summer is finally here and what better way to make the most of these beautiful days than to also brighten up your home? The days are getting longer and the spirits happier as the temperatures rise. The cicadas are singing and the holidays are approaching. Everyone secretly dreams of an endless summer. To make this beautiful season last all year…

  • Marieke Bekke
    Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes With Marieke Bekke

    Marieke Bekke is a Dutch painter, who expresses themes of motherhood, family life, and friendship in her compositions. She works thematically and lets the current phase of her life and her experiences guide her creative process. Bekke begins with a photograph, then sketches directly on the canvas, adding acrylics, glossy and dull paints, and crayons. She completes each piece with…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    Styling Your Outdoor Space with Sculpture

    Outdoor spaces create exciting new opportunities and considerations when it comes to sculpture. By adding a sculpture, you can achieve the same effect on your outdoor space as displaying a sculpture in the interior of your home. As an extension of your personality and style, knowing how to choose the right outdoor sculpture is crucial. Choosing a material When choosing…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Lu Mourelle

    Lu Mourelle is a Brazilian painter based in Portugal. Her paintings are the result of her restless childhood due to alternating between Brazil and Europe. She focuses her paintings on the representation of women who are different and rich in personality as well as emotion; characters of atypical and contemporary beauty. We sat down with Lu Mourelle to talk about…

  • Artists
    In Conversation with Steve Sabella

    Steve Sabella is an award-winning Berlin based artist. In this interview he will tell us more about his Everland series, which is made by nine photo collages of Palestinian embroidery decorations sewn and woven on a wide variety of traditional costumes. One of the photographs of this series, Everland II edition 4/6 will be on sale during SINGULART’S Photography Auction…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for...
    HOW TO INVEST IN PHOTOGRAPHY

    There is more to a photograph than an image Nowadays, we live in a society where we see images everywhere and everyday, from social networks to advertisement billboards on the streets. So what makes a photograph an authentic artwork?  In comparison to any other photographer who spontaneously decides to take a photo of their surroundings, a fine art photographer has…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Impressionism Today

    Impressionism keeps on inspiring artists today. Playful lights, color patterns, everyday life scenes, fleeting moments remain key words of contemporary impressionism. Dominic Virtosu, Anne Brenner and Francoise Leblond will be featured during SINGULART’s New Impressionism Auction running from the 3rd to the 9th of June, don’t miss their insights. They tell us about how impressionism has influenced their artworks and…

  • Artists
    In Conversation with Pierre Van Dijk

    Van Dijk believes that the perception of color is a psychological and inner phenomenon for those who do not suppress their feelings. His masterpiece ‘The Bathers’ will be featured in SINGULART’s New Impressionism Auction running from the 3rd to the 9th of June. Don’t miss it! Pierre, when and how did you know you wanted to become an artist? At…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Vianne Savoli

    Vianne Savoli is an experienced painter from France whose work has been exhibited in solo and group shows internationally. Creating art ever since she was a kid, Savoli developed her unique style combining 1920s art deco influences with contemporary concepts and the politics of today. Working in oil on canvas, her paintings are full of bright color palettes and mannequin…

  • Artists
    5 minuti con Giorgio Basfi

    Giorgio Basfi è un pittore italiano nato nel 1980, che vive e lavora a Tradate (VA). La sua pittura è un processo continuo di sperimentazioni sia tecniche che tematiche. si forma da autodidatta attraverso una serie di sperimentazioni che si evolvono lasciando che il suo stile maturi di conseguenza. Uno dei temi più cari all’artista è l’analisi dell’ambiente  come insieme…

  • Collectors • Spotlight on...
    SINGULART Collector: Christophe Pinon

    In celebration of SINGULART’s fourth anniversary, we turned to our collectors in order to get their perspectives on collecting art online. Today, we spoke with SINGULART Collector Christophe Pinon about his joyful approach to growing his art collection. It’s a pleasure to meet you, would you please introduce yourself? The pleasure is all mine! My name is Christophe Pinon, I…

  • Collectors • Spotlight on...
    SINGULART Collector: Lucia Koch

    SINGULART Collector Lucia Koch made history with us, although she did not know it at the time. She was our first ever collector and is an ongoing supporter. In celebration of our fourth anniversary, we wanted to highlight Koch and her incredible art collection. Koch describes herself as a mother of three, sending her children to a Waldorf School, which…

  • Collectors • Spotlight on...
    SINGULART Collector: Kotaro Taketsuru

    In celebration of SINGULART’s fourth birthday, we turned to our collectors to get their perspectives on collecting art online. Today, we speak with SINGULART Collector Kotaro Taketsuru about his relaxed approach to growing his art collection. What inspired you to become a SINGULART Collector? I want to enjoy a piece of casual art that sets the mood and creates an…

  • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Interview with the Founders of SINGULART

    SINGULART was founded four years ago thanks to the collaboration between Denis Fayolle, Véra Kempf and Brice Lecompte; three passionate Cofounders looking to disrupt the art market. “Digital is a great equalizer. I’ve enjoyed putting my digital skills to use in order to promote artists around the world.” Brice Lecompte The company’s aim was simple from the beginning: empower artists…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    In Conversation with Wojtek BABSKI

    Wojtek Babski is a passionate Polish painter whose works primarily focus on street and pop art themes. His paintings, which are energetic, spontaneous and colorful, feature characters with bold expressions.  One of his artworks, Slow Down, 2021, will be featured in the Online Pop Art Auction on SINGULART’s live section running from the 27th of May to the 2nd of…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes With Kamile Lukrecija Lukosiute

    Kamile Lukrecija Lukosiute is a talented young painter and photographer from Lithuania. Her works are inspired by street art among other styles and movements and are created with a variety of materials including acrylic, oil, pastel, pencil, pen, and spray paint. Her paintings are bold, expressive works of art that do not shy away from tackling political themes or social…

  • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Rainy Days Call For Ramen: An Interview With Chef Tomo

    In order to better understand the intersection between cuisine and art, we had a conversation with Chef Tomonori Takahashi, the ramen master. Chef Tomo is the founder of JINYA Holdings and the innovative mind behind renowned ramen bars: JINYA Ramen Bar, bushi by JINYA, Robata JINYA, and JINYA Ramen Express. Building an empire based on Japanese cuisine and mastering the…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for...
    A Pop Art Interior

    When we hear the term Pop Art we automatically think of Andy Warhol, Roy Lichentenstein, Keith Haring and many others. These artists pushed this style of art forward and became well-known pop art icons. The style dates back to the 50s and has been a “popular” style ever since, most likely because the word pop is an abbreviation for the…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for...
    How to Style your Interior with Abstract Art Paintings

    American abstract artist Joan Mitchell (1925-1992) claimed to have “carried her landscapes around with her.” Her compositions were the pure reflection of her memories unfolding through her magnificent canvases. Layers of energetic brushstrokes danced across the surface, making a statement of their own and, as a result, giving a sense of bustling movement while bringing inner peace to the beholder…

  • Artists • Artworks under the lens • Spotlight on...
    In Conversation with Mara Ruehl

    Mara Ruehl is a passionate German painter whose works primarily focus on abstract themes. She adopts unique approaches such as Chromamorphien to create impressive abstract art pieces, exhibited in numerous countries. One of her  artworks, “Violett F VZ-40” will be featured in the Online Abstract Art Auction on SINGULART’s live section running from the 20th the 26th of May. Don’t miss…

  • Featured • Our story • Partnerships
    Charity Auction for AMREF

    In Conversation with Eva Soubielle & Hubert Chauvet, Marketing Manager & General Secretary of AMREF France From May 9 to 16, 2021, SINGULART and its artists will donate their profits to AMREF France on the occasion of a charity auction. SINGULART shares the same values as AMREF: gender equality, cultural diversity, and equal opportunity. We are proud to carry the…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Reasons To Invest in Banksy

    One of most popular contemporary street-artists, whose identity is still a secret, is known as Banksy. Other than knowing he’s originally from Bristol, and that he was born in 1979, there isn’t any clear information on his persona, which is surrounded by a halo of mystery. But we are certain that he is definitely one of the most provocative and…

  • ©Yasmin Samray
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    In Conversation With KOUKA NTADI

    Kouka, a Franco-Congolese painter, will be among the major artists featured on SINGULART’s charity sale in partnership with AMREF held from May 9 to the 16. We’re proud to announce that he is happy to support our auction motto: Buy Art Spread Love! AMREF is an African NGO founded in Kenya in 1957, which advocates for equitable access to health and…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    In Conversation With THIRSTY BSTRD

    Thirsty Bstrd, a French multidisciplinary and self-taught artist living and working in Paris, will be among the major artists participating in the SINGULART x AMREF auction running from May 9 to the 16. We’re proud to announce that he is happy to support our auction motto: Buy Art Spread Love! AMREF is an African NGO founded in Kenya in 1957,…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes With Yuliya Vladkovska

    Yuliya Vladvoska is an exciting Ukrainian painter based in Italy whose work has been featured in international exhibitions, publications, and collections. She formally trained as a mathematician before turning to art, where she now concentrates on treading the line between the abstract and the figurative. She experiments with florals, faces, and various other objects to reinterpret our perceptions, resulting in…

  • ... Collectors • Featured
    How to Create a Gallery Wall

    Growing your art collection but unsure how to bring everything together? Creating a gallery wall is a great way to elevate your interiors without having to enlist the (expensive) help of professional designers. Singulart’s here to show you how to work with what you’ve got (and what to add to make it even better!) A gallery wall is simply a…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    How to start an art collection

    Are you an art enthusiast wanting to start an art collection but are not quite sure where to start? While some of us may think that acquiring museum-worthy artwork isn’t within reach, rest assured that the world’s greatest collectors all had to start somewhere. Although it may not feel simple, if it is done smartly, becoming an art collector can…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Patricia Slosiar

    Patricia Slosiar is a prize-winning artist based in Slovakia whose paintings have been exhibited nationally as well as internationally. Describing her art as exuding awareness, she conveys messages from differing realities, dimensions, and her own knowledge regarding what the world requires. Slosiar’s narrative based abstract compositions are created using acrylics on canvas or cardboard. We sat down with Patricia to…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Interview with RAWS

    For our first exclusive Street Art Auction from April 18-25, 2021, we talked to award-winning artist RAWS from Germany about his artistic beginnings, his style, upcoming projects, and graffiti and street art. Hello RAWS thank you for this interview. You’ve developed a unique style. One sees in your oeuvre an exciting interplay of minimalist elements, as in THREE STRIPES ,…

  • ... Artists • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Why invest in street art?

    SINGULART’s first exclusive online street art auction will be held from the 20th to the 25th of April, which offers the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the exciting street art movement. What are the origins of this contemporary movement and why should you invest in street art? We’ll tell you. How did Street Art emerge? Although street art may…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    A Street Art Journey with L7 Matrix

    L7 Matrix will be among the major artists featured on the Street Art Auction running on SINGULART from the 20th to the 25th of April. In this interview, L7 Matrix leads us through his street art journey, touching upon how everything that he creates in the street and on canvas explodes in colours, beauty and chaos. 1. When and why…

  • Art news • The Art Market
    The 2021 Art Market: A Leap Forward

    2020 was a year of challenges and innovation. At SINGULART we saw massive shifts in the market as collectors moved online and the traditional art market adapted to the new normal. To better understand how 2020 changed the art landscape, we took a moment to dive into the Art Basel and UBS report, The Art Market 2021, authored by Dr.…

  • Roy Lichtenstein
    ... Collectors • Advice for... • Art news • Featured • The Art Market
    Why Invest in Pop Art?

    3 Reasons to Invest in Pop Art Pop Art is undeniably one of the most popular and influential art movements throughout modern and contemporary art history. Conceived in the 1950s in the United States and the United Kingdom, Pop Art was born out of a desire to dismantle the concept of ‘high art’ and reduce the elitism surrounding artworks, therefore…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Caroline Vis

    Caroline Vis is an exciting French artist who has exhibited her work in France, the US, UK, Netherlands, and Germany. With a firm understanding of the need for both chance and control throughout the creative process, she produces abstract paintings that pop with colour, vision, and – most importantly for Vis – movement. We sat down with Caroline Vis to…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Sokratis Evgenidis

    Sokratis Evgenidis is an established Greek artist with international exposure. His paintings, which explore the landscapes of his home country, are influenced by impressionism though featured clean lines and distinct dimensions. His works are vivid and expertly composed, showing the keen beauty of the Greek Isles and their sea side towns. We sat down with Sokratis Evgenidis to talk about…

  • Art History • Famous faces • Movements and techniques
    Abstract Art Is Feminine: A Shout-Out to Hilma af Klint

    In 1911, the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, allegedly created a watercolor entitled “First Abstract Watercolour.” As the title suggests, Kandinsky was keen to be perceived as the first abstract artist. In a letter to his gallery owner Jerome Neumann in 1935, it becomes clear: “Dear Mr. Neumann, unfortunately the only thing missing is the photograph of the first abstract picture…

  • Keith Haring
    Famous faces • Featured • The Art Market
    5 reasons to invest in Keith Haring

    A popular culture icon with a short-lived destiny, Keith Haring made a lasting impression on American art at the end of the 20th century. His colourful, facetious and committed work challenged the conventions of the time. The artist prefigured the practices of the underground movement by using the New York subway as his first artistic medium. His recognizable imagery and…

  • Art news • Featured
    Hanami – the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival

    It’s finally the time of year when we leave winter behind and welcome spring. The air becomes warmer and the first flowers see the light of day. One flower, in particular, represents the awakening of spring: the cherry blossom. The cherry blossom plays an important role in Japanese culture. As the national flower of Japan, it has been used for…

  • Art History • Art news • Movements and techniques • Women in Art
    Her World: SINGULART Women Artists on Every Continent

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, SINGULART is continuing its focus on Women Artists with a trip around the world! This article is focused on artists who work on separate continents, yet their artistic vision shares a throughline of exploration and artistic excellence. Asia: Nafiseh Emran Award-winning Iranian artist Nafiseh Emran creates work that is inspired by the world around…

  • Federica Chiocchetti
    Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Meet Federica Chiocchetti, founder of the Photocaptionist and independant curator

    After studying in London, working for the Victoria and Albert Museum and spending time at the Cité des Arts residency in Paris, independent curator Federica Chiocchetti created her own editorial and curatorial platform The Photocaptionist, where she explores photography, fictions and words. Singulart was lucky enough to interview her about her career and future projects, discover here an inspiring curator.…

  • Art news • Women in Art
    Exclusive Interview with Curator Rania Elafifi

    This week, we spoke to Rania Elafifi, a London-based independent curator who has previously worked at the Tate Modern, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Courtauld Institute of Art. We are extremely pleased to collaborate with her on our International Women’s Day partnership event! Here, we talk about her journey as a curator. Could you tell us about your artistic…

  • Yayoi Kusama
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on... • Women in Art
    The 5 Most Highly Rated Female Artists On The Art Market

    Why do we feel obliged to specify “female artists” when we never say “male artists”? How many names of female artists can you name? The international art world, despite being recognised for its innovative character, lags far behind in the field of equality. The representation of women in museums is no more than 5%. In the art market, women account…

  • Art news • Artists • Featured • Women in Art
    5 Influential Women In The Art World

    Women are still a minority in the art world today. While women account for 60% of art school enrolments, merely 25% of Tate Modern exhibitions feature works by women artists. This statistic drops to 7% for MoMA. We must face the facts: in art as in society, a women’s work is often sidelined. Why is this so? Firstly, the professional…

  • Art news • Featured • Women in Art
    Meet Catherine Morris: Curator at the Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum

    For International Women’s Day, SINGULART is highlighting the stories of women in the art world, from artists to art historians and curators such as Catherine Morris. Working as an independent curator before becoming the curator in chief at the Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, Catherine Morris researches how feminism shaped art and our perceptions. In…

  • Art news • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on... • Women in Art
    Meet the women artists of the exclusive curated sale for Women’s Day

    In honor of International Women’s Day, SINGULART is dedicating an entire week to highlight and explore influential women that shape the world of art today. The online contemporary art gallery will dedicate each day from the 8th – 14th ofMarch to one aspect of the art market, discussing collectors, curators, art history and much more. During this week, SINGULART is…

  • Art History • Art news • Famous faces • Women in Art
    Women Artists Who Impact Our Public Spaces Through Art

    History has always been reflected and visualized through art. It is therefore no surprise that some of the most famous sculptures are reason alone to visit a city, spark heated debates on a global scale or travel the world as a symbol of motherhood. In this article, SINGULART would like to shine a light on a few of these important…

  • Peggy Guggenheim
    Collectors • Featured • Highlights • Spotlight on... • Women in Art
    Female collectors: Inspiring portraits

    Women have long collected artworks and been a vital pillar in support of artistic creation. However, they are frequently forgotten in art history, which has typically stated that collecting is the prerogative of men. Today, women’s roles and importance in the art world are finally put in the spotlight and honoured in exhibitions, such as the show at the Grand…

  • Art History • Art news • Famous faces • Women in Art
    Female Artists That Made History Through the Ages

    Let’s take this opportunity to brush up on our art history and get to know some of the women who have changed the art world forever. SINGULART is taking this week to highlight and celebrate women in art thanks to the event “Through Her Eyes“. In order to celebrate the women that are currently shaping our view of the world,…

  • Art news • Artists • Featured • Women in Art
    Double Tap: Women in the Art World to Follow on Instagram

    Entry into the art world can seem impossible for many. Thankfully there are women who have a seat at the table and show us the behind the scenes. SINGULART has put together a list of 15 Instagram accounts to follow for perspectives from artists, critics, collectors, and more. Before you start scrolling be sure to follow @singulartofficial to stay updated…

  • Gregory Herpe
    Featured • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Photographer Gregory Herpe reflects on 2020 and gives us a glimpse into his artistic future

    Singulart had the pleasure of exchanging with the photographer Gregory Herpe. During this interview, the artist told us about his plans for the year 2020, and told us more about what awaits him in 2021. Singulart Interview with Gregory Herpe 2020 has been a difficult year for many. As an artist, how do you see your role in these difficult…

  • Collectors • Featured • Spotlight on...
    In conversation with the fashion entrepreneur and influencer, Parysatis

    Franco-Iranian, Parysatis built her career in the fashion world as an influencer and entrepreneur between Paris and Marseille. Recently, she launched the very first collection of her brand Syrah Paris, presenting some timeless pieces in limited quantities produced in France. Discover her universe and her connection with art! Could you tell us about your career in the world of fashion?…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes With Susan Greeff

    Susan Greeff is an experienced South African painter who has exhibited internationally. As a conceptual fine artist, and having previously worked as a midwife, her art practice focuses on issues regarding fertility, pregnancy, even gene editing and reproductive choice. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? My father always painted in the background of my life and…

  • ... Creativity • Advice for... • Featured
    Meeting with The Interior Designer: Nicolas Adnet From French Studio MHNA

    In this exclusive interview, Nicolas Adnet shares the history of the MHNA studio, meeting Marc Hertrich and the secrets of the studio’s success for over 25 years. What inspired the creation of the MHNA studio? The MHNA studio is about 30 years old. It was founded by Marc Hertrich, a graduate of the Ecole Boule who very quickly felt the…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes With Tina Psoinos

    Tina Psoinos is a Greek-born, mixed media artist based in the US. Inspired by her upbringing in Athens— which essentially acted as a living museum— she composes works that explore themes such as female empowerment, pop culture, and love and identity in the 21st century. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I grew up in Athens,…

  • Featured • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 minutes avec Nicolas Maureau

    Artiste français ayant exposé ses œuvres à l’échelle nationale, Nicolas Maureau créé des compositions figuratives à l’aide d’acryliques et d’huiles sur toile. Puisant son inspiration dans l’iconographie de la peinture avant 1914, Nicolas explore l’histoire de l’art afin de mieux comprendre nos comportements actuels en tant qu’individus ou société. Quand avez-vous choisi de devenir artiste ? Je crois que le…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Interview With Belgian Artist Le Closier

    Le Closier is a Belgian artist based in the United States. In his artworks mixing colors and Pop-Art icons, Le Closier promotes inspiring messages. Learn about the artist in this exclusive interview. When did you decide you wanted to become an artist? I started with music first. After studying in a business school, I had two opportunities: start a job…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    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,…

  • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Interview with Carlos Cabral Nunes: Founder and Director of Perve Galeria

    We had the pleasure to interview Carlos Cabral Nunes, co-founder and curator of Perve Galeria. The partnership sale will take place between the 11th February and the 28th February 2021. Where does your interest in art come from, and what is your background? At the age of 15, my friends and I created a group for cultural intervention that involved…

  • Artists • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Max Jacob’s “Chronique des temps héroïques” Illustrated by Pablo Picasso

    From February 11th to 28th 2021 we will be holding our exclusive partner sale with the Portugal-based Perve Galeria. During the sale, you will be able to purchase three exclusive Picasso drypoints that were part of the first editions of the book “Chronique des temps héroïques.” The French poet, painter, and writer Max Jacob began his memoirs “Chronique des temps…

  • Artists
    Man Ray and Dada Prints

    Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky) was born in the USA in 1890. The artist is primarily known as one of the key figures in the Dada movement but his work also straddles surrealism. Here, we explore the significance of Dadaism and Man Ray’s artistic achievements. What is Dadaism? In Zurich, Switzerland, Dadaism began in the Cabaret Voltaire, opened by Hugo Ball…

  • Art History • Artists • Famous faces • Featured
    Sonia Delaunay: A multidisciplinary feminine symbol of the 20th century

    Sonia Delaunay is one of the artists featured in Singulart’s exclusive partner sale with the Perve Galeria. Discover the life of an icon here. Her abstract work Sonia Delaunay’s innovative explorations of color and shapes began in 1911 when she made a quilt for her son Charles. That quilt was later considered a breakthrough in the history of abstraction. In…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Diane Williams

    Diane Williams is an American artist whose paintings have been widely exhibited in the United States. Having shifted her artistic focus towards tranquility, her compositions emphasize the potential of nature and the human spirit. Williams’ paintings reflect a meditative calm with “an assurance of resiliency and resolve to heal the soul.” Her multi-layered pieces are imbued with intuitive color and…

  • Artists
    8 Chinese Artists to Look Out For

    Jia Yuan Hua I love traditional Chinese culture. I especially love historical sites, they are so beautiful, not only because they are old and have thousands years of history, but because they house traditional culture. The Chinese artist Jia Yuan Hua works mainly in oil and acrylic painting with a focus on traditional architectural and decorative Chinese motifs. After graduating…

  • Marcus Aitken in the Studio
    ... Creativity • Advice for...
    Popular Color and Painting Techniques

    Thanks to Singulart’s collaboration with Malen-Lernen.org, we invite you to learn about selected color and painting techniques in order to better understand the craft of the artist. On our partner’s homepage, you will find a wide range of information if you would like to try your hand at this creative work yourself. The art of painting is extremely varied. Depending…

  • Art History • Famous faces
    10 Things to Know About Jackson Pollock

    Going beyond the limits of a medium was the be-all-end-all American painter Jackson Pollock (1912-1956). Pollock was the founder of action painting, a pioneer of abstract expressionism, and an enthusiastic patron of the unconventional. In the 1950s, his work helped New York to become a capital of the international art world. With this, Pollock left a lasting mark on the…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Pancho Guedes, a Portuguese grandmaster

    Featured in Singulart’s exclusive partner sale with the Perve Gallery in Portugal, Pancho Guedes’ expertise and philosophy are making us travel to Mozambique in the 1960s. Discover here the life of a unique postmodernist artist and architect, Pancho Guedes. His life Portugese Artist, Amancio d’Alpoim Miranda Guedes (known as Pancho Guedes), was born in Portugal in 1925 and was a…

  • Mathilde
    ... Creativity • Industry Professionals
    It’s Written in the Sky: Interpreting the Stars with Astrologer Mathilde Fachan

    Mathilde Fachan is an astrologer, an author, an entrepreneur, a podcast host, and an incredible storyteller. Her passion for astrology was ignited by her aunt’s work in the field. That led Mathilde herself to pursue a creative career in the heart of Paris. We sat down with her to learn more about her cosmic journey and to learn about her…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Cruzeiro Seixas: A Portuguese Master

    Cruzeiro Seixas, a creative master and the founder of Surrealism in Portugal, is one of the artists featured in Singulart’s exclusive partner sale with the Perve Galeria. Paintings from Cruzeiro Seixas will be available on the platform between the 11th and 28th of February, 2021. Discover the life of a grand Portuguese master, Cruzeiro Seixas. Considered the last Portuguese surrealist,…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Wifredo Lam, an intimate vision of Modern Primitivism

    Wifredo Lam (1902-1982) is an internationally renowned Cuban artist, particularly celebrated for his painting that combines the heritage of his Afro-Caribbean origins, the assimilation of the French avant-garde and a passion for African sculptures. Lam’s practice reflects the rich and diverse cultural mix of his native country, as he was born at the turn of the century to a Chinese…

  • Artists • Famous faces • Featured • Spotlight on... • The Art Market
    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…

  • ... Creativity • Advice for... • Artists • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Meeting with Interior Designer: Laurent Maugoust

    Laurent Maugoust graduated from the Camondo School in 1999 and is now the director of his own interior design agency. For more than 15 years, the architect has brought his expertise to the international high-end hotel industry. During an exclusive meeting, Singulart was able to exchange with the architect about his career and his projects. What inspired you to become…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes With Kailin Zhao

    Kailin Zhao, an award-winning Chinese painter living in the United States, has exhibited across Asia, North America, and Europe. Through traditional and contemporary realism techniques, his portraits capture the innocence of young women. Zhao invokes a dreamlike sense of longing, expectation, and desire in his pieces. He favours both acrylics and oils on canvas or wood. When did you know…

  • ... Artists • Advice for... • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Meet the Founder of the Arctic Hideaway Residency, Havard Lund

    Singulart is happy to announce a special collaboration with the Arctic Hideaway residency in Norway, to offer unique opportunities to Singulart artists. Meet the founder, Havard Lund, and discover this magical place. What is the Arctic Hideaway?  Today, the Arctic Hideaway is a Norwegian residency made up of 12 small monofunctional houses in the arctic archipelago of Fleinvær, with bedrooms, a…

  • Front page
    Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family: Jason Zanweah

    As an online art gallery, Singulart’s strength lies in its services, which can sometimes seem like you don’t see the team in the background. We want to change this with our new series “Meet the Singulart Team”. We are a French startup that counts diversity and internationalism among its core strengths. Here we will share our exciting stories from our…

  • Artists • Highlights
    5 Minutes with Gary Komarin

    Gary Komarin is an internationally acclaimed artist whom Singulart is extremely pleased to welcome! This week, we had the chance to talk to Gary about his career and artistic influences which we share in this interview. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? “Art and all that goes with it chose me as much as I chose…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 Minutes with Peter Horvath

    Peter Horvath is a Canadian multimedia and collage artist, whose collages manipulate and rework images drawn from popular culture. Horvath uses scale, juxtaposition, and saturated color in order to create surreal, often humorous artworks. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I come from a lineage of image-makers. Both my grandfathers and my father were photographers. I…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Gorkem Dikel

    Established Turkish painter, Gorkem Dikel has wide national exposure. Her work takes its inspiration from science fiction, space, atoms, and matter. Her collage-style paintings are made using acrylic and are incredibly detailed, often reflecting a shattered effect characteristic of Cubism. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? Besides my mom being a self-taught painter and me drawing…

  • Artists • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Contest between artists: Collaboration Champagne François Lecompte x Singulart

    During this festive season, Singulart has had the chance to collaborate with the French champagne brand, François Lecompte. The Singulart curatorial team has selected 15 artists to take part in this exceptional competition in order to create a unique label for one of the François Lecompte champagne bottles. Each of the 15 participants received a tube of gold paint by…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Artists • Featured
    Training the Eye: How To Look at Artworks Online

    Online Art The art market is continually shifting towards online spaces. When browsing art online, we may feel overwhelmed by the vast array of options available on our screens. Although there is no right or wrong way to see art, this article provides a starting point for viewing artworks in the digital realm in order to “train the eye”.  Questions…

  • Artists • Featured
    A Day With Ta Thimkaeo

    Suthamma (Ta) Thimkaeo is an exciting Thai painter whose works have gained international recognition and who is one of Singulart’s bestsellers. Working in a representational style, she boasts a versatile body of work that includes soft colors and shapes, inventive subjects, and influences of the cubist and surrealist movements. Her paintings are quirky, featuring figures with eggs for faces and…

  • Martin Lechaptois
    Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family: Martin Lechaptois

    As an online art gallery, SINGULART’s strength lies in its services, which can sometimes make it so that you don’t always see the team in the background. We want to change that with our new series “Meet the SINGULART Team”. We are a French startup that counts diversity and internationalism among its core strengths. Here we will share fun stories…

  • ... Collectors • Exhibitions and fairs • Industry Professionals • The Art Market
    Exclusive Interview with Gallery Director and founder of Blond Contemporary: Phillip Blond

    This week, we interviewed Phillip Blond, British Art Dealer and Gallery Director of Blond Contemporary. In this article, we explore Phillip’s career in the art world, his insights into collecting and curation, as well as the role of the online art market today. Singulart is delighted about the upcoming event partnership with Blond Contemporary in December 2020! Can you tell…

  • thomas ruff
    Art History • Artists • Featured
    Thomas Ruff and Documentary Photography

    Born in 1958 in Germany and currently living in Dusseldörf, Thomas Ruff is an internationally renowned photographer of the New Objectivity movement. Ruff’s works are exhibited at the MoMa and Guggenheim Museum in New York, the Museum for Gegenwart in Berlin and the Art Institute of Chicago.  This article explores his career and inspiration through an analysis of Zeitungsfoto 053…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 Minutes With Sven Bode

    Sven Bode, who also goes by the pseudonym DEBO, is a German painter who lives in the United States. After a chance encounter with His Holiness the Dali Lama changed the course of his artistic career many years ago, was inspired to make a commitment to express his artistic message to the world. We sat down with Sven Bode to…

  • Art History • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Ai Weiwei: Artist and activist

    Ai Weiwei is one of the most famous artists from his generation. He was born in Beijing in 1957 and currently lives in Berlin. Throughout his life, Weiwei has created strong statements about geopolitical and humanitarian causes. Consequently, in 2015, Amnesty International rewarded Ai as Ambassador of Conscience for dedicating his life and work to human rights. He primarily works…

  • The art of gifting
    ... Collectors • Advice for...
    The art of gifting

    A guide to gifting artworks for the holiday season As we are nearing the end of the uncertain year of 2020, now is the opportunity to tell our loved ones how grateful we are for them, even from afar. Nothing says “I love you” better than a well-thought-out gift. Yet, the holiday season is approaching along with the stress of…

  • NES Residency
    ... Artists • Featured • Industry Professionals
    Discover the NES Artist Residency in Iceland

    The NES Residency is a beautiful artist residency located in Iceland. The co-director Vicki O’Shea shared with us NES’ story and what it is like to stay there as an artist. Photo: Nes Skagastrond winter light photographer – Julie Pasila How was the NES Residency created? The residency was founded in March 2008 and the first artists arrived in June of that…

  • Guillaume & Laurie
    Artists • Spotlight on...
    Interview with artists Guillaume & Laurie

    For the special Singulart Winter flash sale, we interviewed artists Guillaume & Laurie. In this article, the French artists tell us about their inspiration while presenting their Happiness series, created exclusively for the flash sale. Who are Guillaume & Laurie? Optimistic (and slightly utopian) lovers. Guillaume followed a Bts in Space Design to then then enter the Beaux-Arts de Lyon…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 minutes with artist ALO

    Italian artist ALO is one of the 30 artists participating in the Singulart Winter Flash Sale, taking place from the 17th of November to the 23rd of November. In this quick interview, we had the opportunity to discuss his inspirations and his colorful art. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? Since I was a teenager. I…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Interview with the artist Evgenia Saré

    For the special Winter Flash Sale, we had the opportunity to interview the artist Evgenia Saré. She was kind enough to present to us her creative world and latest inspirations. Discover the three exclusive works of Evgenia in our Winter Flash Sale! When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I started drawing very early in my life…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Spotlight on...
    Interview with interior designer Zoe Feldman

    Art and interior design are creative fields that meet more often that we think. Singulart is interviewing interior designers to discover the latest trends. Zoe Feldman shares her passion for design and art in our exclusive interview. Can you introduce Zoe Feldman Design? Zoe Feldman Design is a high-end interior boutique design based in Washington D.C’s historic Georgetown neighbourhood. I…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 Minutes with Rachel Paxton

    Rachel Paxton is an experienced American painter who often combines themes of mid-century aesthetics, Americana, kitsch, boomerangs and atomic motifs to create paintings that are brilliantly vivacious while maintaining a somewhat quirky and curious edge. We sat down with Rachel Paxton to talk about her current projects, inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Interview with Artist Laurence de Valmy

    From the 17th of November until the 23rd of November, Singulart is organizing a special Winter Flash Sale, featuring 30 artists. For the occasion, artists created 3 exclusive artworks. The artist Laurence de Valmy is one of them. We interviewed her about creativity and her representation of social media. When did you know you wanted to become an artist? I…

  • Artists
    Singulart Artists in Public Museums

    This article will look at the experiences of Singulart artists in museums: the process of being collected in a museum, why museums have been important for them, as well as offering advice for young artists. Why public museums? With the idea of permanence, it is a huge honour to be selected to be shown in a museum. It is therefore…

  • Art news • Artists • The Art Market
    Top 5 Living Artists Who Shaped The Art Market

    The contemporary Art Market is in constant flux. At every moment, contemporary art is renewed and offers new discoveries with new artists and artworks. The market is full of surprises with records constantly being broken at auctions. Contemporary art is becoming more and more expensive and increasingly popular – with some living artists seeing their popularity outperform modern artists such…

  • Artists
    A Day with Michael Andrew Law

    Michael Andrew Law is a Hong-Kongese artist. Today, he talks to us about his creative process and the stories behind his work: What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I normally wake up around 6 to 7 a.m. I make myself breakfast and make sure I absorb enough protein and carbohydrates to start my…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 minutes avec Kardesch

    Peintre française expérimentée, Kardesch explore la peinture abstraite depuis son plus jeune âge. Utilisant principalement de la peinture à l’huile, du charbon de bois et de la poudre d’or, elle représente dans ses œuvres son interprétation du monde qui l’entoure. Quand avez-vous choisi de devenir artiste ? On ne choisit jamais de devenir artiste, pour ma part j’ai découvert la…

  • Art news • Artists • Exhibitions and fairs • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    CultureSecrets: Interview with Krystyna Winckler

    CultureSecrets, in collaboration with Singulart, invites you to meet the Dutch artist Pieter Ceizer in his studio in Paris. During this occasion, we interviewed Krystyna Winckler, founder of CultureSecrets. CultureSecrets was founded 6 years ago. What inspired you to create CultureSecrets? Having a passion for culture and being a contemporary art lover, especially for photography. I always found it complicated…

  • Featured • Artists
    5 minutes avec Jean Lérin

    Peintre français expérimenté, Jean Lérin a largement exposé ses œuvres en Espagne, ainsi que dans sa France natale. S’inspirant principalement des grands peintres du 20ème siècle, l’artiste combine différentes techniques telles que l’acrylique et le fusain, et travaille sur les thèmes du paysage, du portrait ou encore de la nature morte. Quand avez-vous choisi de devenir artiste ? La décision…

  • Art History • Artists • Movements and techniques
    Dansaekhwa: Exploring the “Korean Monochrome” Art Movement

    What is Dansaekhwa? “Dansaekhwa” translates to “monochrome painting” in Korean. This art movement was pioneered by artists born from 1930-1940. Although not part of a distinctive group at the time, Dansaekhwa was seen to fully flourish in South Korea during the 1970s.  The term Dansaekhwa (also known as “tansaekhwa”) was first used by the art critic Lee Yil who used…

  • Artists
    7 Illustrators to watch on Singulart

    Illustration as an art category is often misunderstood. Many do not consider it to be more of a craft. Yet, one of the most famous artists of the 20th century started his career as an illustrator and later became a cult figure in the pop art movement – that was Andy Warhol. In this article discover 7 Illustrators on Singulart…

  • Art news • Artists • Featured • Highlights • Partnerships
    Charity Sale: Singulart supports Doctors of the World

    Singulart is proud once again to be supporting Doctors of the World the international human rights organization who provides emergency and long-term medical care to vulnerable people. By organizing our first online charity sale, Singulart is renewing strengthening our partnership with Doctors of the World and recognising our founding values of diversity and equal opportunity for all. Doctors of the…

  • Artists • Featured
    Interview with artist Tatiana Rezvaya

    On the occasion of our charity auction in collaboration with Doctors of the World, we spoke with artist Tatiana Rezvaya regarding her work and why she felt passionate about participating in this important event. Tatiana is an experienced artist, though based in the United Kingdom her works are widely exhibited in Russia and Ukraine. Tatiana’s artworks take a figurative artistic…

  • Artists
    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,…

  • Featured • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Une journée avec Véronique Egloff

    Véronique Egloff est une peintre autodidacte française. Ses peintures incroyablement détaillées, faites à la fois d’acrylique et d’encre, vont du style abstrait expressionniste au style lyrique abstrait. Ses sujets sont nombreux, y compris la flore, l’architecture, les animaux et notre relation à l’environnement. Quelle est la première chose que vous faites au réveil ? J’allume la radio pour prendre le…

  • Pride!
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Singulart is celebrating Pride!

    Singulart has many values, but diversity and acceptance are at our core. In this article, we want to empower the voices of our LGBTQ+ artists and highlight all the colors of the rainbow. Let’s celebrate Pride! Thankfully, in many societies, artists can express themselves freely. However, that is not a liberty that all of our artists enjoy. We would like…

  • ... Artists • Advice for... • Artists
    How do I price my artwork?

    The current art market can sometimes be tricky. Setting prices for artwork is a challenging task. On the one hand, internationally renowned artists such as Jeff Koons, Damian Hirst, and Banksy are breaking auction records each week. On the other hand, the majority of artists may not have as much name recognition and sell their artworks via galleries or with…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Greek Artists to look out for

    Traces of a centuries-old and important history is etched in every corner of Greek land: findings from the Prehistoric and Archaic Periods, unique works from Classical, Hellenistic, Medieval and Byzantine monuments, creations from folk art cultures, traces from the passing eons of other civilizations and different religions, that coexist with current creations, constructions and modern works of art. These are just a few…

  • Art History • Artists • Featured • Movements and techniques
    Constructivism and Eef de Graaf

    The Dutch artist Eef de Graaf produces works that are characterized by there simplicity, purity and harmony. His artworks take inspiration from the artistic movement of constructivism. De Graaf describes himself as a second generation artist of constructivism. If one wants to gain a better appreciation of Eef de Graaf’s works, we first have to delve deeper into the routes…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 minutes with Elena Yellow

    Elena Yellow is an emerging Swiss painter whose work has already received international exposure. Her oil on canvas paintings comprise abstract landscapes and employ a dense color palette to create a sense of peaceful melancholia. She hopes that her art will serve as a respite and a catalyst for introspection. When did you know you wanted to be an artist?…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes with Melinda Matyas

    Melinda Matyas is an exciting Hungarian painter and draftswoman based in London, she has exhibited her work both at home and abroad. Inspired by the old masters as well as contemporary painters such as Egon Schiele and Jenny Saville, she composes works that explore ideas of identity and memory. Focusing on her use of fragmented forms and vivid colors, she…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes with Cynthia Coldren

    Cynthia Coldren sees her paintings as “intentional contrasts” – planned and organic, structured and fluid, sharp and soft. She likes to ask the “why” regarding life’s chaotic and ambiguous moments and to express how seemingly incompatible elements work well together. As this became a central focus, her abstract style naturally evolved to include various media – hand-painted paper with acrylic…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Oliver Pavic

    Oliver Pavic is a painter based in France who has exhibited internationally. He previously worked as an architect, closely studying shapes and compositions and their interactions in various environments. But architectural materials, shadows, and perspectives soon started to merge with artistic colors, canvases, and storylines, leading Pavic to become an oil painter. Today, he combines elements of classical portraiture with…

  • ... Artists • Advice for... • Artists • Spotlight on...
    Sol Kjøk talks to us about her NOoSPHERE Arts Project

    Sol Kjøk‘s artistry is quite simply her life purpose. Having drawn from a young age, her ascent to international recognition comes as little surprise seeing that for decades, she has surrounded herself by art. Quite literally, in fact: Sol’s home for the past 15 years is Mothership NYC, the artist community in Brooklyn, New York, that she founded fresh out…

  • ... Artists • ... Creativity • Advice for...
    Mothership NYC and Singulart

    Mothership NYC is the cradle for what is now a multi-pronged arts enterprise serving as a bridge to New York for artists from other countries. Located on the water’s edge in the happening Greenpoint neighborhood of Brooklyn, this peer community is a combined live-work space and presentation arena for international creatives across all disciplines. As a residency for both long-term crewmates…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    A conversation with Gjert Rognli

    Gjert Rognly is an internationally renowned photographer and filmmaker. Born in a Sami village in Nothern Norway, his photographs are often set in this region and use his Sami identity to create artworks inspired by his dreams and cultural heritage. Gjert has been the recipient of a number of scholarships and international awards, and his artworks have been displayed at…

  • South Korean Artists
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 South Korean Artists to watch

    South Korea is known as a hub of innovation, technological advancement, and is the source of a powerful pop culture that spreads to every corner of the world. It also has no shortage of talented artists who are shifting expectations of fine art and producing ever-refreshing artistic aesthetics. We would like to introduce to you 5 South Korean artists to watch on Singulart. Seung…

  • Vietnamese Artists
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Vietnamese Artists to Discover on Singulart

    Discover contemporary Vietnamese artists on Singulart. We are sure, their creativity will inspire you. Dinh Hien Nguyen “People and moments give me endless inspiration, especially traditional Vietnamese sentiments, the loveliness of children, the beauty of rural and urban environments. And of course indispensable love.“ Nguyen Dinh Hien is among the most established Vietnamese artists with international exposure. Driven by happiness…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with JuanCarlos rLora

    JuanCarlos rLora is an American painter and sculptor who has exhibited nationally. Almost all of his works communicate surreal narratives as well as philosophical and scientific theories. It is rLora’s core belief that the impossible is, in fact, possible and that love can truly save us all. Working in series and installations, he uses mixed techniques and mediums to tell…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes with Marina Wittemann

    Marina Wittemann is a Russian painter who has exhibited nationally, as well as in China and Brazil. Her works have also been featured in Vogue online. Today, Marina Wittemann talks to Singulart about her career as an artist: When did you know you wanted to be an artist? In my younger years, I was drawing, sketching and making art objects…

  • Lebanon
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Contemporary Lebanese artist to discover on Singulart

    Touched by the devastating events in Beirut, Singulart wanted to highlight the richness of the culture and art of Lebanon through the works of our Lebanese artists. The country is home to a multitude of artists with a myriad of styles. In this article, we would like to introduce three Lebanese artists for you to discover. Title Image: Beirut Port…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes with Kerry Campbell

    Kerry Campbell is an established American painter with extensive national exposure. She first expressed herself artistically as a poet, before her words turned into visual art; now her practice is a combination of the two. Today, Kerry Campbell talks to Singulart about her artistic career: When did you know you wanted to be an artist? My artistic interest began in…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Katerina Belkina

    Early on Katerina Belkina knew about her exceptional talent to see the world through a different perspective. Born in Samara, the southeast of European Russia, she was brought up in an creative atmosphere by her mother, a visual artist. Her education as painter at the Art Academy and from 2000 at the school for Photography of Michael Musorin in Samara gave…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Olga Niktina – Die Künstlerin, die unter Wasser malt

    Olga Nikitina ist eine russische Malerin, die sich im wachsenden Feld der Unterwassermalerei betätigt. Nach ihrem Umzug nach Ägypten und während ihrer Tätigkeit als Tauchlehrerin im Roten Meer, verliebte sie sich in die Farben der Korallenriffe und des Unterwasserlebens im Kontrast zur sie umgebenden Wüstenlandschaft. Vollkommen abgetaucht im blauen Wasser benutzt Nikitina eine spezielle Leinwand sowie nicht giftige Ölfarben. Die…

  • Featured • Artists
    Rencontre avec Olga Nikitina, l’artiste qui peint sous l’eau

    Olga Nikitina est une artiste russe qui travaille dans le domaine florissant de la peinture sous-marine. Après s’être installée en Egypte et avoir travaillé comme instructeur de plongée sous-marine dans la mer Rouge, Nikitina est tombée amoureuse des coraux et de la vie marine qui contrastent avec le paysage désertique environnant. Totalement immergée dans l’environnement marin, Nikitina peint sur une…

  • Artists
    5 Minutes with Kumi Muttu

    Kumi Muttu, an artist who was born in Sri Lanka and resides in the United Kingdom, creates pieces that are prompted by pleasing color combinations. While Muttu does not adhere to a specific style, she continuously experiments and produces series with particular themes. Today, she has a conversation with Singulart about her artistic career. When did you know you wanted…

  • Artists
    A day with Effat Pourhasani

    Based in Iran, Effat Pourhasani is an prizewinning painter with international distinguish and exposure. Her acrylic on canvas paintings take their inspiration from nature and Iranian culture. By slowly building layers of acrylic paint upon her canvas, Effat Pourhasani creates dense, colorful landscapes and abstract images. Her paintings are captivating, large-sale works that make compelling use of scale and color…

  • Artists
    A Conversation with Thomas Dellert

    Thomas Dellert is an internationally renowned Swedish painter and photographer who has taken part in numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States and several European nations. His works are featured in the permanent collections of the Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington DC), Heinz, Mercedes Benz, Absolute Vodka and the Swedish Royal Family, to name a few. Why did you become an…

  • Artists
    A Day with Gina Parr

    Gina Parr is a British painter currently based in London’s East End and Devon. She earned a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art and shortly afterwards studied Set Design at Chelsea College of Art where she subsequently lectured. This led to a lengthy 25 year career in Set Design where she worked for major UK media channels such as…

  • Hungarian Artist
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Hungarian Artists to Discover

    Hungary is known for a lot of things. Their cityscapes are shaped by Roman, Greek, and Turkish architecture while the landscape typically shows plains. Next to famous composers like Franz Liszt and the invention of the Rubik’s cube, Hungary is also known to have one of the most difficult languages in the world – Jó napot kívánunk! (Good Day). Discover here…

  • Art History • Artists
    Five Russian artists to watch on Singulart

    Russia is known for its magnificant, vast and wild landscapes, its tumultuous history from the reigns of the Tsars through Communism to the Russia of today. Russia is not only a country of famous writers and composers, but also artists who have left a rich legacy and inspired others across Europe and internationally. Spanning the Iconic Masters, Itinerants, Art Nouveau,…

  • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    How Berlin Became a Contemporary Artistic Haven

    Berlin has always been a mecca of artistic creation, but since the fall of the Wall it has really established itself as Europe’s haven for international artists. With low rents and a thriving creative scene – whether it be visual, music or otherwise – the German capital has been the adopted home of millions of free-thinking, free-roaming bohemians. Why is this…

  • Artists • Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Yuko Suzuki-Flament

    As an online art gallery, Singulart has a strong digital presence and sometimes the human team at the heart of the company can be overshadowed. We want to shine a spotlight on the individuals that shape the company in our new series ‘Meet the Singulart Family’. As a French start-up that champions diversity among our core values, we invite you…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 minutes with Christina Symes

    Emerging British painter Christina Symes has exhibited her work throughout The United Kingdom. She focuses predominantly on the relationship between humans and nature, seeking to stimulate the viewer’s awareness of their own environment and engagement with it. For Christina, painting offers a form of escapism, peace and solitude in contrast to the chaos and complexity of modern life. She ultimately…

  • Famous faces • Art History • Artists • Featured
    Andy Warhol und die Politik der Pop Art

    Als einer der enigmatischsten Künstler des 20. Jahrhunderts ist der Einfluss Andy Warhols auf Kunst und Kultur auch heute noch omnipräsent. Der in Pennsylvania geborene introvertierte Künstler führte die Bewegung der sogenannten Pop Art an, die die zügellose Celebrity- und Konsumkultur widerspiegelte. Die Pop Art entstand aus der Unzufriedenheit junger Künstler mit den Kunsthochschulen der 1950er- und 1960er-Jahre: Keine dort…

  • Artists • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Janusz Orzechowski

    Janusz Orzechowski is a Polish, prize-winning painter and draftsman who has exhibited his work nationally. His works capture a distinctive aesthetic constructed by a mix of the funny and serious, showcasing intriguing narrative scenes, unexpected perspectives and humorous contrasts between character and setting. We sat down with Janusz to talk about his current projects, inspiration, and the start of his…

  • Featured • Artists
    A Day with Jonathan Mcafee

    At the age of 15, on a trip to the Art Institute of Chicago with his parents, Jonathan Mcafee was stopped in his tracks by Warhol‘s ‘Mao,’ and definitely marked the start of his artistic pursuits. Today, Mcafee is busy composing expressive portraits centred on the theme of memory. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in…

  • Danda with artist Eric Gitonga at Circle
    Cities • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    The Nairobi Art Scene with the Circle Art Agency

    Founder of the Circle Art Agency in Nairobi, curator and ex-artist herself, Danda Jaroljmek is one of the most eminent figures in the East African art scene. We sat down with her to talk about her 20 years of experience in the visual arts in Kenya, from artistic organisations to the artists themselves. Could you tell us about your first…

  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    10 Essential Artists: Sculpting

    Often, the world of sculpting gets overlooked or lost within the world of visual art. With painting at the fore, it would be a great shame for us to simply shun the great sculptors of yesterday and the ones that strive to carry on that legacy of what it means to be a master of clay, marble, and bronze. Singulart…

  • chilean artists
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 artistas chilenos que debes conocer

    Chile está ligado a un estilo sudamericano que se transfiere al lienzo de los artistas que se sumergen en este bastión cultural. A Singulart le complace destacar a cinco artistas contemporáneos chilenos en este artículo. Eileen Lunecke Eileen Lunecke tuvo un mentor, el pintor Pablo Flández, que en cierto modo la impulsó a pintar paisajes chilenos inspirados en la región…

  • Featured • Spotlight on... • Industry Professionals
    Conoce a las fundadoras de Art Barter: Lauren Jones y Alix Janta-Polczynski

    Singulart tuvo recientemente el placer de conversar con Lauren Jones y Alix Janta-Polczynski y conocer más sobre su trabajo como comisarias y su proyecto conjunto Art Barter. Fundado justo después de la crisis económica de 2008, Art Barter ofrece una forma innovadora de coleccionar arte: el público puede adquirir obras de arte ofreciendo cualquier cosa que no sea dinero. En…

  • chilean artists
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Chilean Artists to Discover

    Chile is entwined with a South American flair that is transferred to the canvas from the artists who immerse themselves within this cultural bastion. Singulart is proud to highlight five contemporary artists that live and work here. Eileen Lunecke Eileen Lunecke had a mentor, painter Pablo Flández, who in a certain way urged her to paint landscapes inspired by the…

  • Art History • Famous faces • Featured
    10 Essential Artists: Pop Art

    Pop Art was a movement that became symbolic of the mass consumerism, celebrity culture, and counterculture of the 1960s and 1970s. With enigmatic figures such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, Pop Art proved to be a reflection of the formative decades that succeeded the Second World War. With the Boomer generation now reaching an age of rebellion and experimentation,…

  • Art History • Art news • Artists • Featured
    5 Singulart Artists Speak Up on Black Lives Matter

    Contemporary art is very intriguing as it often depicts and reflects on current affairs, sometimes in a critical way that wants to shine a light on societal shortcomings and aims to push humanity to do better. In light of recent events, the Black Lives Matter movement became once more a powerful voice that demanded change. To empower the voices of…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Inge Thogersen

    Inge Thogersen is an established Danish painter who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Inspired by human relationships, music, and nature, she composes abstract paintings that carry an optimistic energy and engage one’s imagination. We sat down with Inge to talk about her current projects, inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you wanted…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Moroccan Artists to Watch

    Morocco has been an intriguing artistic hub for centuries and continues to be to this day. Acting as a geographical and cultural bridge between Europe and Africa, it is a country where many styles converge, with this magical mix of colors, rituals, smells, and landscapes giving rise to many wickedly talented artists. Discover our selection of Moroccan artists – some…

  • Art History • Artists • Famous faces • Featured
    Andy Warhol and the Politics of Pop Art

    One of most enigmatic artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol’s influence on art and culture is ubiquitous. The Pennsylvanian-born introvert spearheaded the Pop Art movement which mirrored the rampant celebrity and consumer culture. Pop Art was conceived out of a dissatisfaction that young artists felt towards art schools during the 1950s and 1960s. They felt that none of the…

  • ... Artists • Advice for... • Featured
    5 German Art Residencies

    Since the Industrial Revolution onset a period of big business culminating in this current period of neo-liberalism, surviving as an artist has been a mental and physical challenge. This is especially difficult when sects of society tell those with aspiring artistic dreams to ‘get a real job’. We may be turning a corner, however, as in these uncertain times it…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 Minutes with Diana Rainova

    Diana Rainova is an established Bulgarian sculptor born in Paris who has exhibited her work nationally. Her sculptures display elegance and polish, movement and emotion. We sat down with Diana to talk about current projects, her inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I was born into a family…

  • Artists • Featured
    5 minutes with Kaoru Shibuta

    Exciting Japanese painter Kaoru Shibuta has exhibited his work both at home in Japan and abroad in Spain, Taiwan, and Cambodia. Inspired by jazz and classical music, he predominately composes paintings that act as visual transformations of musical notes. His poetic symphony harnesses the energy of his rich local culture and blends nature, music, and art into one voice. When…

  • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Address Book: New Zealand

    A country of green hills and tranquility, New Zealand is a seemingly calm country that hides the chaos that Mother Nature sometimes bestows upon this great nation. Like a phoenix, it is reborn from these ashes and rises stronger and more determined than before. Moreover, it is a country of celebrated women, even in art, a traditionally male dominated profession.…

  • Art History • Famous faces • Featured
    Adele Younghusband: The New Zealand Artist That Typified Kiwi Resilience

    We continue to explore women’s art, this time in New Zealand: a place with emerald green valleys, where the past coexists with the present in harmony, and where women, in their essence, demand equality without nonsensical resistance. In this article, we celebrate the life of Adele Younghusband, a Kiwi artist whose works shot to prominence in her homeland in the…

  • Brueghel
    Movements and techniques • Featured • Art History • Famous faces
    Pintura de Género: La estética de lo cotidiano

    La pintura de género es aquella que se centra en las acciones cotidianas del día a día como tema principal. Pueden ser escenas individuales específicas, grupos grandes de personas, o las llamadas “imágenes de objetos ocultos”. En la mayoría de los casos, no se representan personalidades identificables, sino más bien arquetipos de una clase o grupo social. Estas representaciones ya…

  • The Singulart Family • Featured • Our story
    Conoce al equipo Singulart – Hong Nguyen

    Como plataforma y galería de arte online, a Singulart se le conoce por los artistas y coleccionistas o por los servicios que ofrece. Sin embargo, las personas que trabajan para hacerlo posible a veces pueden pasar desapercibidas. En la nueva serie: “Conoce al equipo Singulart” queremos cambiarlo. Somos una empresa francesa cuyos valores fundamentales son la diversidad y la internacionalidad, elementos que…

  • Brueghel
    Art History • Famous faces • Featured • Movements and techniques
    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…

  • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Address Book: Rome

    Once called Caput Mundi, a crossroads for people and empires, today it is simply Rome – a city full of contradictions, yet magnificent all the same. This is a metropolis where the splendors of the past and the precarity of the present manage to coexist; where the future comes forward timidly; and where the imbued cultural significance is often in…

  • Featured • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    Guernica: La historia detrás de la obra maestra de Pablo Picasso

    Guernica no sólo es una obra maestra del cubismo de Pablo Picasso, sino que también es una importante declaración política, quizás sea la imagen anti-guerra más icónica del siglo XX. Después de que le encargaran pintar un mural para la Feria Mundial de París, Picasso rechazó el uso de la “tecnología” y en su lugar optó por centrar la atención…

  • Featured • Artists • Art History • Movements and techniques • Spotlight on...
    De l’autoportrait au selfie : retour sur l’art de refléter les profils.

    Loin de nous le temps où nous avions besoin de peindre et dessiner afin de capturer le moment dans le temps. Contrairement à l’époque où les premiers appareils photos ont été développés, nous dégainons aujourd’hui notre téléphone portable pour saisir l’instant en image avec une facilité déconcertante. Qu’il s’agisse d’un paysage enneigé, d’un joli coucher de soleil, ou simplement de…

  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    Scream: Mental Illness in Art

    The way in which mental illness has been portrayed throughout history has seen those dealing with inner turmoil ostracized and othered. Sure, for someone who perceives the world beyond what is widely accepted as reality, their mind may be wired differently from someone who is considered healthy. However, it is this alternate view of the world that has inspired some…

  • Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Nolan Goodyear

    As an online art gallery, Singulart has a strong digital presence and sometimes the human team at the heart of the company can be overshadowed. We want to shine a spotlight on the individuals that shape the company in our new series ‘Meet the Singulart Family’. As a French start-up that champions diversity among our core values, we invite you…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    A Day With Sarah Arensi

    Experienced Italian painter Sarah Arensi applies spirals of energy and light on the canvas to represent the power of life and its spiritual aspects. Inspired by Sufism, Taoism, Tantra and Shamanism, she harnesses her own spirituality to promote ideals of love and joy through bright colors and textured surfaces. We sat down with the artist to get a deeper understanding…

  • Featured • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    La historia tras el autorretrato de Frida Kahlo con collar de espinas y el colibrí

    El Autorretrato con collar de espinas y el colibrí es uno de los autorretratos más célebres de Frida Kahlo. Kahlo destaca por los elementos autobiográficos de su trabajo, y Autoretrato con Collar de Espinas y Colibrí está repleto de símbolos de su herencia mexicana. Singulart revela el simbolismo retratado en esta obra icónica, así como la exploración de los autorretratos…

  • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Address Book: Hanoi

    Hanoi could be considered a sleeping giant of cultural prowess. With its traditional practices still intact and a slower pace to life allowing for blissful expeditions, the sheer volume of things to do is a very welcome surprise for those expecting a calm visit. The history of Vietnam is one of nuance and is a complex affair, however, by simply…

  • Art news • Featured • New in the world of Arts • The Art Market
    The Future of Contemporary Art Fairs in Times of a Pandemic

    Alors que la crise sanitaire a obligé de nombreuses éditions de foires d’art contemporain à reporter ou annuler leurs éditions du printemps, celles de la saison d’automne sont pour l’instant maintenues. Depuis 2019, Singulart participe à de nombreuses foires d’art contemporain (huit en 2019 !). Pour pouvoir prendre les bonnes décisions, rassurer nos artistes et appréhender l’avenir, nous avons interrogé…

  • Art History • Famous faces • Featured • Movements and techniques
    10 Essential Artists: Impressionism

    Having seen their artworks get rejected by the Salon in the mid-19th century, a handful of Paris-based artists set up the Société Anonyme Coopérative des Artistes Peintres, Sculpteurs, Graveurs. This would prove to be the catalyst for these independent artists to showcase their style, known as Impressionism. With artworks from the movement being so nostalgically charged, Singulart takes a look…

  • Cities • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Address Book: Madrid

    It is never a bad time, whether homebound or not, to dream, plan future trips and mentally move to a city with a special charm like Madrid. Whether it is because of the variety of iconic places, the welcoming spirit of the squares and streets, the gastronomy, or the wide range of cultural offerings, Madrid is a city that surprises…

  • Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Hong Nguyen

    As an online art gallery, Singulart has a strong digital presence and sometimes the human team at the heart of the company can be overshadowed. We want to shine a spotlight on the individuals that shape the company in our new series ‘Meet the Singulart Family’. As a French start-up that champions diversity among our core values, we invite you…

  • Art news • Featured • The Art Market
    Art on Commission: Brands and Companies

    Our preference in art is deeply personal as we link it to both our memories and beliefs, whether it be societal, political, or aesthetic. In order to solidify an identity, companies are increasingly resorting to acquiring artworks on commission. By initiating a collaboration with a contemporary artist, the company associates its brand with a different, often refreshing, image and ensures…

  • Art news • Exhibitions and fairs • Featured • Industry Professionals • Partnerships • Spotlight on...
    Annie Taylor Tells Us About the SCOPE Art Show in Times of Covid-19

    The SCOPE Art Show, which has taken place in New York and Miami for over 15 years, is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends, SCOPE has garnered extensive critical acclaim with cumulative sales of well over $1 billion and an attendance of 1.2 million visitors. In…

  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    The History of Art on Commission

    In 2020, commissioning an artwork allows a collector to be involved in the creative process – the result being a uniquely personal piece. In this article, we will explore the history of art on commission, revealing the significance of the practice that has shaped art movements and led to the creation of some of the most famous pieces of all…

  • Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    5 Minutes with Maciej Cieśla

    Maciej Cieśla is an emerging Polish artist whose works have featured in exhibitions, publications and collections across his homeland. His style combines neo-fauvism, abstract geometric forms, and symbolism, achieving a striking artistic signature marked by strong colors, confident strokes and intriguing subjects. We sat down with Maciej to talk about current projects, his inspiration, and the start of his artistic…

  • Pictures at an Exhibition, 2018 John Mcsweeney
    Art news • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Spotlight: French Art Curators

    Art curators deal with the organizational aspects of an art exhibition. They are responsible for defining the content of the event, choosing the works to be exhibited and the location. But that’s not all. Those who choose to undertake this profession must know that the commitments do not end in the logistical sphere. In fact, it is important not only…

  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    From Self-Portraits to Selfies: The Evolution of Capturing One’s Profile

    We have evolved from the need to draw and paint in order to capture a moment in time. The ease at which we can take photos compared to when cameras were first introduced has seen us instinctively delve into our pockets to grab our phones when a worthwhile snapshot is presented to us. Whether it is a snowy landscape, a…

  • Mathieu Ormières
    Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Mathieu Ormières

    As an online art gallery Singulart has a strong digital presence and sometimes the human team at the heart of the company can be overshadowed. We want to shine a spotlight on the individuals that shape the company in our new series ‘Meet the Singulart Family’. As a French start-up that champions diversity among our core values we invite you…

  • Artists • Featured
    A Day with Jaime Ruíz

    Talented Mexican artist Jaime Ruíz is the 2015 recipient of the Ministry of Culture’s Young Creators Grant. Using mostly warm, earthy colors and zoomorphic themes, his works simultaneously comment on and break down the many borders that exist in our world: between continents, countries, social classes and beyond. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?…

  • Artists • Featured • Art news
    4 artistas de Singulart reflexionan sobre el medio ambiente

    Ante los preocupantes acontecimientos medioambientales que ponen en evidencia tanto la majestuosidad como la fragilidad de la naturaleza, hemos seleccionado obras de arte y comentarios de artistas de Singulart para los que los recursos naturales, el ecologismo y el cambio climático constituyen los temas centrales. Estos temas han adquirido una especial relevancia este último año ya que la selva amazónica…

  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    10 Essential Artists: Expressionism

    Expressionism is a revered movement in art history largely thanks to the enigmatic characters that emerged from the scene at the start of the 20th century. As the name suggests, expressionist paintings are very personal and subjective accounts of what the artist perceives around them. The introspective dive into one’s surroundings has left us with artworks that are both mind-bending…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Supper at Emmaus (1601): The Story of Caravaggio’s Dramatic Piece

    Caravaggio’s Supper at Emmaus exemplifies his use of lighting and realism to help depict religious scenes with an array of human emotion at the forefront. Painted at the height of his fame, it is characteristic of his unique style. In this article, Singulart discusses the life of this Baroque pioneer and his masterpiece Supper at Emmaus. Who was Caravaggio?  Michelangelo…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    David (1501 – 1504): The Story Behind Michelangelo’s Masterpiece

    Michelangelo’s David is not only a symbol of the artist’s incredible talent as a sculptor, but also the city of Florence and its artistic prowess during the Renaissance. In this article, Singulart discusses Michelangelo’s masterpiece and his importance to the Italian High Renaissance. Who was Michelangelo?  Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 – 1564) was an Italian sculptor, painter and…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    LHOOQ (1919): Marcel Duchamp’s Uncompromising Piece

    Marcel Duchamp’s LHOOQ exemplifies his use of readymades to undermine preconceptions surrounding art. Within this piece, Duchamp defaces a reproduction of one of the world’s most famous paintings, the Mona Lisa. Singulart takes a closer look at LHOOQ and the life of Marcel Duchamp. Who was Marcel Duchamp?  Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was born in Blainville, Normandy in a family where all…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    The Musicians (1595): The Story of Caravaggio and His Innovative Style

    The Musicians exemplifies Caravaggio’s pioneering form of realism and his intense use of chiaroscuro, which proved to be hugely influential to the development of Baroque painting. In this article, Singulart takes a closer look at Caravaggio’s life and at The Musicians.  Who was Caravaggio?  Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610) was an Italian painter and pioneer of Baroque painting. He was…

  • ... Artists • Advice for...
    10 of the Most Beautiful Artist Residencies

    For artists at all stages of their career, residencies are a significant step in gaining professional experience, and most importantly, taking the time and space to reflect and unleash one’s creative potential. Whether developing a project in complete solitude or finding a new community of likeminded people, residencies are an incubator for new ideas and an opportunity for self-fulfillment. Singulart…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    El arte de las obras por encargo

    Cuando se busca una pieza única, una obra de arte que refleje un momento, una persona o un sentimiento particular, muchas personas recurren a obras por encargo. Pedir a un artista que pinte algo específicamente para usted o para un ser querido le da a la obra de arte original algo extra: su propio toque personal reflejado por el pincel…

  • Art History • Featured
    The Importance of Capturing Youth Culture to Define an Era

    Ah, to be young again. In a world where sometimes tactless figures make decisions, it is often the younger generations who prove to be the benchmark for where we are in society. After all, it is the youth who are expected to play a subservient role to those in power. Throughout history we have seen youth cultures and subcultures form…

  • Marita und Ralph A.
    ... Collectors • Collectors • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Singulart’s Collectors – Ralph and Marita Anstoetz

    Singulart is proud to present its art collectors, who give works of art a new home – supporting artists and the art market in the process – and reinforce our mission. We sat down Ralph and Marita Anstoetz to talk about their passion for collecting art. About Ralph and Marita Anstoetz Ralph Anstoetz, Head of Design and managing partner of the JAB ANSTOETZ Group,…

  • ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    The Art of Commission

    When in search of an individual piece, an artwork that reflects a moment, a person or a unique feeling, many people turn to commission works. Asking an artist to paint something specifically for you or a loved one gives the original artwork something extra – your own personal touch brought to light by the artist’s brush. Singulart has selected a…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2 (1912): Duchamp’s Stirring Piece

    Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2 is a Modernist masterpiece that incorporates elements Cubism and Futurism to deal with the subject of depicting movement. In this article, Singulart discusses the intricacies of this masterpiece in the context of Duchamp’s life and work. Who was Marcel Duchamp?  Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was born in Blainville, Normandy in a family where all his…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    The Story of The Sistine Chapel ceiling frescoes (c. 1508 – 1512)

    The Sistine Chapel ceiling frescoes are some of Michelangelo’s most impressive works, featuring 343 figures painted over 500 square metres. Today, it remains one of the most iconic works of the Italian Renaissance. In this article, Singulart discusses the life of Michelangelo and his masterpiece The Sistine Chapel ceiling frescoes. Who was Michelangelo?  Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 –…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Target with Four Faces (1955): Jasper Johns’ Intriguing Work

    Target with Four Faces exemplifies Jasper Johns’ exploration of the new possibilities for painting. Playing with subject matter, symbolism and different techniques, Johns was able to create this engaging, unsettling and thought provoking composition. In this article, Singulart discusses Johns’ aims and methods in creating of Target with Four Faces.  Who is Jasper Johns? Jasper Johns (born May 15 1930)…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Bicycle Wheel (1913): The Story of Marcel Duchamp’s Pioneering Style

    Marcel Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel is one of his earliest readymades, with which he questioned the very notion of what constitutes a work of art. In this article, Singulart takes a closer look at the life and works of this pioneering twentieth century artist and at Bicycle Wheel itself.  Who was Marcel Duchamp?  Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968) was born in Blainville, Normandy in…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Figures and Dog in Front of the Sun (1949): Joan Miró Brilliance

    Joan Miró’s Figures and Dog in Front of the Sun represents his simplified technique of lines and block color to create an ambiguous and open composition that remains open to interpretation. In this article, Singulart discusses the composition of Figures and Dog in Front of the Sun and Joan Miró’s renowned surrealist techniques.  Who was Joan Miró?  Joan Miró (1893-1983)…

  • ... Creativity • Advice for... • Featured
    Online Art Supplies Box

    Staying home can feel tedious and colorless at times. We have already given our tips to help artists find inspiration in isolation, so now we are turning our attention to everyone who doesn’t fit under the narrow bracket of ‘professional artist’. In this article, we present our online art supplies box filled with resources so that everyone, regardless of age…

  • Artists • Featured
    Five Minutes With Dario Moschetta

    Italian artist Dario Moschetta is as equally enamored with the past as he is with the future. He has found that by learning the styles and practices of the masters, he is better prepared to implement his own style with the current technology that is on offer. We sat down with Moschetta to talk about current projects, becoming a watchmaker…

  • Art news • Artists • Featured
    Art and Children: 5 Minutes with Angela Darling Faidley

    Angela Darling Faidley is a radiant woman – her crystal clear eyes are bright, with her smile releasing a beneficial energy. We didn’t get the chance to meet her in person due to confinement but this feeling was palpable. Having exchanged messages with Angela, it was easy to sense that this Pennsylvanian woman was a force of nature. During quarantine,…

  • Art news • Featured
    Inspiration in Isolation

    As we continue to contend with the ‘new normal’, maintaining focus and purpose can be a challenge. This week, I received an email from an artist who eloquently wrote that she feels “life is both crawling at a snail’s pace and careening wildly out of control”. Our regular routines have been disrupted and while it may seem we have more…

  • Artists • Featured
    A Day With Artist Duo Luke and Mandy

    Luke And Mandy are a UK artistic duo living and creating in France. Their work has received international exposure. Starting their career as a hobby, they developed into an established artistic duo who regularly sell their artworks to luxury interior designers and private collectors all over the world. We sat down with Luke and Mandy to talk about their daily…

  • Online Art Market
    Art news • Featured • The Art Market
    Lockdown Increases Interest in Online Art Market

    We are living through historic times. The novel coronavirus is affecting not only our proximity to others, but also our daily lives, jobs and of course how we spend our free time. In this article, Singulart reflects on current trends in the online art market and how this pandemic is affecting not only our business but the entire art market…

  • Artists • Featured
    A Day With Milena Nicosia in a Locked-Down Italy

    Milena Nicosia is an acclaimed contemporary painter, draftsman, and printmaker from Italy. She uses pigments, pastel and engravings to create both monochromatic and color-oriented works. We sat down with Milena to talk about her day-to-day schedule in quarantined Italy. What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning?  Art has always been a part of my…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    La Mariée (1950): The Story of Marc Chagall’s Revered Artwork

    La Mariée is one of the most iconic works produced by Marc Chagall, exemplifying his astounding use of color to conjure up an image that inhabits both reality and the imagination. In this article, Singulart takes a closer look at Chagall’s masterpiece as well as his life and unique style.  Who was Marc Chagall?  Marc Chagall (1887-1985) was a Russian-French…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    The Creation of Adam (c.1508 – 1512): Michelangelo’s Astounding Piece

    Michelangelo’s The Creation of Adam is one of the most iconic sections of the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling and one of his most famous paintings. In this article, Singulart discusses the life of this archetypal Renaissance man and one of his many masterpieces, The Creation of Adam.  Who was Michelangelo?  Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni (1475 – 1564) was an Italian…

  • Artists
    5 minutes with Artist Alessandro Siviglia in Times of Covid-19

    Alessandro Siviglia is a talented Italian artist who has exhibited his work nationally, joining Singulart to help attract a global audience in 2018. After immersing himself in the world of graffiti for fifteen years, he dedicated himself completely to a career in visual art, developing his very unique and personal style in the process. Today we will talk with Alessandro…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    The Birth of the World (1925): The Story of Joan Miró’s Masterpiece

    The Birth of the World exemplifies Joan Miró’s experimental approach to painting, combining his interest in poetry and the Surrealists to create this large scale masterpiece. In this article, Singulart examines Miró’s process as well as the potential meanings evoked within The Birth of the World.   Who was Joan Miró?  Joan Miró (1893-1983) was a Spanish surrealist artist known…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    The Temptation of Saint Anthony (1490): Bosch’s Influential Style

    Hieronymous Bosch’s triptych The Temptation of Saint Anthony exemplifies his unique painting style that was characterized by rich symbolism and apocalyptic imagery depicting hell and unimaginable horrors. His grotesque, pessimistic, fantastic style has had a far reaching influence over the course of art history. In this article, Singulart takes a closer look at Bosch, his unique style and the symbolism…

  • Niki de Saint Phalle
    Art History • Art news • Famous faces • Featured
    Around the World with Niki de Saint Phalle

    Niki de Saint Phalle was a French-American sculptor, painter and filmmaker known for her outspoken political views on social issues. Many of her easily recognizable sculptures can be found around the world – for free! Her sculptures brighten and liven up many public spaces and Singulart selected a few for this article to highlight the artist’s life work. About Niki…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    Three Flags (1958): The Story of Jasper Johns’ iconic piece

    Jasper Johns’ Three Flags is an essential work of pop art and exemplifies his mature style. It lays clear his desire to question popular imagery through painting in order to encourage the viewer to examine how we look at the world around us. In this article, Singulart discusses Jasper Johns’ career and his iconic work Three Flags. Who is Jasper…

  • ... Collectors • Featured
    Cómo Estructurar Tu Propia Galería en Casa

    ¿Tu colección de obras de arte está creciendo, pero no sabes cómo agruparlas? La creación de una galería en casaes una gran manera de elevar tus espacios interiores sin tener que recurrir a la (costosa) ayuda de los diseñadores profesionales. Singulart está aquí para mostrarte cómo trabajar con lo que tienes (¡y qué añadir para hacerlo aún mejor!). Una galería…

  • ... Collectors • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques • The Art Market
    How Art Reacts in the Face of a Pandemic

    On 11 March 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the spread of Covid-19, caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, a pandemic. The magnitude of this is a shock to us all. However, if we look at the history of mankind, it is clear that pandemics have been affecting us for centuries. Where better to find testimony than in art, which has…

  • ... Collectors • Art History • Famous faces • Featured
    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…

  • Featured • Art news
    10 de las residencias artísticas más bonitas del mundo

    Para los artistas en todas las etapas de su carrera, las residencias artísticas son una etapa fundamental para adquirir experiencia profesional y, lo que es más importante, para tomarse el tiempo y el espacio para reflejar y liberar su potencial creativo. Ya sea desarrollando un proyecto completamente individual o encontrando una nueva comunidad de personas con intereses afines, las residencias…

  • Artist Marcus Aitken
    Artists • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Five Minutes with Marcus Aitken

    Marcus Aitken has always known that he would put his creative prowess to good use. Like many young people growing up, the dream of fronting a band persisted but Aitken found visual art best encapsulated exactly what he was trying to express. Replacing the microphone for a paintbrush, the South London-based artist has been producing artworks that continue to garner…

  • Art news • Cities
    Address Book: Dublin

    Following on from our focus on Irish artists, Singulart is delving into the very best of what Dublin has to offer for the art enthusiast. For such a small capital city, Dublin exudes a cultural history that will leave any visitor curious for more. From James Joyce to Oscar Wilde, Louis le Brocquy to Francis Bacon, Dublin has given birth…

  • Art Film
    ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    The 10 Essential Art Films to Watch During Confinement

    This period of confinement gives you an ideal excuse to review your favorites and perfect your cultural references for when you are back out socializing! To help, we have selected our top 10 art-related films and documentaries. In line with our vocation of empowering artists, plenty of renowned artists are of course featured in our selected films, with exciting monographs.…

  • The Choice, Ander Borgenhag Holmqvist (2016)
    ... Collectors • Advice for... • Featured
    Las 10 películas sobre arte para ver durante el confinamiento

    Este período de confinamiento le da una excusa ideal para revisar y perfeccionar tus referencias y conocimientos culturales para cuando vuelvas a socializar. Para ayudarle, hemos seleccionado nuestras 10 películas de arte y documentales preferidos. En línea con nuestra vocación de potenciar a los artistas, muchos artistas famosos aparecen en nuestras películas seleccionadas, con emocionantes monografías. Además proponemos unos cuantos…

  • ... Creativity • Featured
    The Importance of Art and Satire at Times Like These

    Art and satire are indelibly linked. Indeed, satire is a form of artistic expression in its own right but it doesn’t necessarily take an artist to indulge in such a practice. The art of satire can be used between two people poking fun at current affairs over a morning cup of coffee or your grandmother’s scathing take on the current…

  • Céline Antonini
    Collectors • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Singulart’s Art Collectors – Céline A.

    Singulart is proud to present its art collectors, who give works of art a new home – supporting artists and the art market in the process – and reinforce our mission. This edition features Céline A., who we had the pleasure to talk to about her experience with Singulart. About Céline A. Célina A. is a project manager specializing in health policy and lives…

  • Art news • Exhibitions and fairs • Featured • Highlights
    Virtual Museums and Art Galleries to Explore During the Coronavirus

    What we are experiencing right now is a profound moment in history. We are all in a state of physical stagnation while trying to cope with a mind that continues to produce, elaborate and wonder so as not to succumb to the boredom that this imposed immobility sometimes creates. There are positives, however. We have rediscovered communities, fragments of a…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp (1632) – Rembrandt

    The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp was the turning point of Rembrandt’s career. As a relatively unknown painter, it was a huge coup for the precocious young artist to obtain such a prestigious commission. But why was Rembrandt painting anatomy lessons? And who is Dr Nicolaes Tulp, the main subject of the portrait? Singulart will explore these questions, as…

  • Julie Carrière
    Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Julie Carrière

    As an online platform and gallery, Singulart is known for its services. However, sometimes the team itself – the many people who make it all possible – fades into the background. In our new series Meet the Singulart Family, we want to change this. As a French start-up company that counts diversity and inclusion among its core values, we at Singulart…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    Café Terrace at Night (1888) – Vincent van Gogh’s ode to Arles

    Within Café Terrace at Night, Vincent van Gogh captures a dreamy nighttime scene of a café in his beloved adopted town of Arles. It is the first of his starry night trilogy, with Starry Night Over the Rhône and The Starry Night following in later years. In this article, Singulart will explore the composition of Café Terrace at Night, van…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    Victory Boogie Woogie (1944): Piet Mondrian’s Final Artwork

    Victory Boogie Woogie is the last artwork by abstract artist Piet Mondrian, although it was never completed. It encapsulates the buzzing energy of boogie woogie music and New York, where Mondrian relocated in 1940. Victory Boogie Woogie is considered amongst Mondrian’s greatest artistic achievements, showcasing a new direction for his primary-colored, meticulously planned art. In this article, Singulart will examine…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens
    Yellow landscape (1965) – The Story of Roy Lichtenstein’s Coveted Piece

    Although the name Roy Lichtenstein conjures up images of comic print reproductions and heroines in distress, he also produced a series of landscape paintings using his signature primary colors and Ben Day dots. In his 1965 piece Yellow landscape, Lichtenstein utilizes these elements, using the plastic paper Rowlux to create a piece that displays his high art knowledge and his…

  • Angelique Aubert
    Collectors • Featured • Our story • Spotlight on...
    Singulart’s Art Collectors – Angelique Aubert

    Singulart is proud to present its art collectors, who give works of art a new home – supporting artists and the art market in the process – and reinforce our mission. This week we had the pleasure of speaking with Angelique Aubert about her passion for art and her personal collection. Angelique Aubert has built a career as a specialist in the world of…

  • Marion Sailhen
    Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family – Marion Sailhen

    As an online platform and gallery, Singulart is known for its services. However, sometimes the team itself – the many people who make it all possible – fades into the background. In our new series Meet the Singulart Family, we want to change this. As a French start-up company that counts diversity and inclusion among its core values, we at Singulart…

  • Featured • Industry Professionals • Spotlight on...
    Andrea Sheehan tells us about the female empowering Hotel Zena

    Hotel Zena is being described as “the first hospitality establishment solely dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of women.” Here at Singulart, we are dedicating March to the empowerment of women, so it made perfect sense to sit down with the CEO of Dawson Design Associates, Andrea Sheehan, who had been commissioned to best portray this celebration of women within the…

  • ... Artists • Advice for... • Featured
    How to Create the Best Online Portfolio

    The future of the art market is becoming increasingly digital and having an online portfolio as an artist is crucial. It has been almost three decades since the World Wide Web began to revolutionize consumer behavior and the power of the Internet is now stronger than ever. The Hiscox Online Art Trade Report 2019 found millennials were more likely to…

  • Roshin Acres, Ireland, 2019 Emma Cownie, Regno Unito
    Art news • Featured
    5 Irish Artists to Discover

    In light of the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, Singulart would like to highlight five Irish artists whose art inspires and touches us. This national holiday celebrates the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick, but celebrates the heritage and culture of the Irish in general. Inspired by the festivities, we highlighted the portfolio of five artists hailing from the Emerald Isle.…

  • Kunstsammlerin Monica Langfritz
    Collectors • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Singulart’s Art Collectors – Monica Langfritz

    Singulart is proud to present its art collectors, who give works of art a new home – supporting artists and the art market in the process – and reinforce our mission. Singulart was pleased to talk to Monica Langfritz about her passion for culture and the family tradition of collecting art. Monica Langfritz inherited her passion for art and culture…

  • vera kempf
    Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Family: Véra Kempf

    As an online platform and gallery, Singulart is known for its services and sometimes the team itself — the many people who make all of it possible — fade into the background. In our new series, Meet the Singulart Family, we want to change this. As a French start-up that made diversity and internationality two of its core values, we…

  • Collectors • Featured • Spotlight on...
    Singulart Collectors – Meet Anne de Kerckhove

    Singulart is proud to showcase its collectors, who not only give artworks a new home, but also support the art market and thus help us in our mission to empower artists. This week is the turn of Anne de Kerckhove. Meet Anne de Kerckhove, the Belgian-Canadian entrepreneur who currently lives between Paris, London and Uppsala in Sweden. She is a…

  • Artists • Featured
    Five Minutes with Nanna Hänninen

    Nanna Hänninen’s work has always looked to explore dichotomies that exist in this world, most notably the illusion of what is real and what is false. In a world of ‘Fake News’, her conceptual approach challenges the idea of photography as an objective snapshot of reality and the truth. We sat down with the Finnish artist to talk about her…

  • Art History • Artworks under the lens • Featured
    Venus of Urbino (1534): The Story Behind Titian’s Controversial Painting

    Titian’s 1534 artwork Venus of Urbino is thought to be a masterpiece of the high renaissance movement, depicting a young woman reclining on an opulent bed. It is also seen as one of history’s most controversial images, due to its frank depiction of female sexuality and Titian’s choice to display a nude in a domestic setting, rather than a mythical…