Another week goes by and the art world continues to buzz! Find our favorite art news here on SINGULART Insider. SINGULART is also staying busy through these exciting summer months.
This Thursday, the 15th of July our Summer Flash Sale will commence! Artworks fresh from our artists’ studios will be for sale and up for grabs! Find the perfect piece to ring in the warm weather straight from the artist’s easel.
Additionally, it is time to enjoy a beautifully curated collection by Elisabeth Johs. SINGULART partnered with her to create a sale called ‘The Butterfly Effect’ which started yesterday and goes through the 22nd. Learn more about Elisabeth Johs here.
The New York Art World
You asked and you shall receive! The world is opening up and New York art lovers are crying tears of joy as the art world is back in full swing. Spend your Sunday afternoon exploring Chelsea and all the beautiful galleries it encompasses. From the David Zwirner Gallery to Gagosian Gallery to the Hauser and Wirth New York Gallery, you will be overwhelmed with the amount of well-known art galleries you are surrounded with. They are all open and excited to bring in fresh faces, finally in person.
Online Auctions for International Exposure
SINGULART’s main goal has always been to empower artists. Creating international connections for our artists greatly increases their exposure and it is all done on our online platform. In order to jump into the international art market, Sotheby’s and Christie’s are looking at digitalization. What used to be evening auctions in London are now live streamed and in the early afternoon to allow bidders in Asia to participate. Sotheby’s and Christies are adjusting to the timezone of many wealthy collectors in Asia and to their personal artistic tastes. Online auctions aren’t going away even if things are starting to up.
Not only is the art market changing due to the digitalization of the world, but artists are also expressing this transition through their artworks. Enjoy our collection inspired by the Digital Age here.
Stolen Picasso Painting Discovered
Do you remember when Picasso and Mondrian paintings were stolen from the National Gallery in Athens in 2012? Well now, almost 10 years later these pieces have finally been found! Rather than the perfect group heist that we all were imagining, the artwork was actually stolen by a middle aged construction worker. His love for art unfortunately turned into an obsession which made him commit this crime. However he greatly regrets his decision as it has been weighing on his conscience for years.
Keep your conscience clear and acquire great artworks by finding the perfect piece for you in our Inspired by Picasso Collection.
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