The fair season begins this year for SINGULART with the Affordable Art Fair in New York. The contemporary art fair is celebrating its 20th year in New York and we will have the pleasure of presenting six of our artists, from September 22 to 25. For the occasion, two of our featured artists have created brand-new works specifically inspired by the Big Apple. Discover them exclusively at our stand!
Laurence de Valmy
Inspired by the MoMA exhibition dedicated to legendary artist Barbara Kruger, French-American painter Laurence de Valmy hijacks–as usual–a key work of Kruger’s oeuvre, which she reimagines as an Instagram post. Kruger was an American conceptual artist known for her works combining photos from the press or media with concise and punchy texts.
Eric Stefanski is an American painter whose practice reflects his thoughts related to the concept of art on a personal and cultural spectrum. His works are composed of humorous or captivating phrases and are rooted in our experiences of contemporary life. For the fair, he has created a special work that you’ll discover exclusively at our booth!
To get a taste of what’s to come, discover our selection of artists with some of their exhibited works:
Aziseh Emmanuel is a painter and designer based in France. A self-described humanist, Emmanuel proposes a positive vision of the world, with his art evoking a universality and notions of peace and love, personified by the representation of children.
Seunghwui Koo is an innovative sculptor based in the United States. The artist creates tiny wooden figures before painting and arranging them to create incredibly detailed and captivating works of exceptional size and scale. She is also the recipient of the 2022 SINGULART Award for Sculptor of the Year!
Joseph Cela is an American photographer based in New York. He seeks to present the fluidity and diversity of his subjects. His shots are often unplanned, as he explores the city in hopes of discovering what he calls “frame-able” moments.
Mathilde Polidori is a French painter and muralist. She primarily paints faces, focusing on female subjects, to explore human emotion and relationships. Her soft and empathetic works capture moments of contemplation and intimacy.