• Art History,  Featured,  Interviews
    Aviation in Art: Then and Now

    While we may mostly associate aviation with airport queues, preserved warplanes in museums and model collectibles, the theme has found its way into art in many ways throughout various periods. Art, of course, has long explored human struggles and triumphs, including significant technological developments such as the emergence of air travel. So how has art responded to aviation? In this article,…

  • Featured,  Interviews
    5 Minutes With Street Artist WiseTwo

    Kenyan artist WiseTwo has pioneered the street, mural and graffiti art scene in East and Central Africa. His monumental murals have added extra vibrancy to public spaces all over the world, in fact, including in Kenya, Colombia and Australia. We stole five minutes with the in-demand creative to get a glimpse into his processes and perspectives. What do you enjoy…

  • Address book,  Art news,  Featured
    Address Book: Seoul

    To coincide with Singulart’s brand new presence in the South Korean market, discover the capital city’s best artistic offerings. Innovation abounds in the modern metropolis, and it has long been home to architectural feats and design breakthroughs. From contemplating modern masters in major museums to strolling streets decorated with murals, discover a fascinating side of Seoul. Seoul Museum of Art…

  • Address book,  Art news,  Featured,  Interviews
    Address Book: Lisbon

    So far in this series, we’ve brought you breakdowns on the top addresses in art-savvy cities: the sleek balance of ancient and contemporary in Tokyo, the Dutch masters in Amsterdam, the prestige in Paris and the timeless Americana in La La Land. Lisbon, however, isn’t typically a city known for its art, but within and beyond those quintessential yellow trams,…

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    5 Minutes With Urban Designer Jing Li

    Today we’re traveling all the way to sunny Sydney to chat with Jing Li, Senior Urban Designer at Conybeare Morrison International. If you’ve been following our blog for a while, you might have read our wrap-up of this year’s Vivid Sydney festival, which included a stunning, snowy installation created by none other than Li. From bringing some snow to Sydney…

  • Titelbild: Frida Kahlo. Bild: Secretaría Culture del Gobierno deMéxico
    Art news,  Famous faces
    Have Researchers Unearthed Frida Kahlo’s Only Known Voice Recording?

    In Mexico’s National Sound Library, researchers may have discovered the world’s first voice recording of celebrated artist Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). If the recording is indeed authentic, it will be a major historical discovery.  “We have been waiting for this for a long time,” said Pável Granados, Director of the Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico last Wednesday. And so, of course, has…

  • Interviews
    My Hometown: Vania Bouwmeester Pentcheva

    Vania Bouwmeester Pentcheva is a Bulgarian painter currently living and working in the Netherlands. She is moved and inspired by her many travels, both in natural and urban landscapes, as well as her emotions, memories and philosophical thoughts. While textures and colors spontaneously arrive on her canvases, she nonetheless carefully thinks about structured layering. We spent some time with this…

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    Address book,  Art news,  Featured
    Address Book: Tokyo

    One of the world’s biggest concrete jungles, Tokyo is many things. A consumerist dream with its mega department stores and endless pop culture paraphernalia, a historical hub with its centuries of cultural richness, a sensory overload with its flashing lights and all-hours orchestra of city sounds. With so much to do and see, it can be hard to prioritize artistic…

  • Art news,  Featured,  The Art Market
    This Paris Collective is Bringing Artificial Intelligence to Art

    Mention the term ‘Artificial Intelligence’ (AI) and you’re bound to inspire a few familiar responses: the inquisitive raise of an eyebrow, light-hearted references to sci-fi films, perhaps a robot joke or two. Introduce the idea of AI in the context of art and reactions will likely turn more extreme. Are machines set to replace artists? How could AI match up…