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    November Issue: New Art

    We are getting closer to winter and it is time to cozy up while getting inspired by our talented artists. This November issue features new art from Michael Ryan, Hélène Jacqz, Richard J Oliver, Marc Rayner and Victor Popov. We are pleased to present you with their three new artworks for Singulart! Discover different media such as painting and sculpture.…

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    Scorpio Season

    Get to know the zodiac sign What do Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Rene Magritte and Hilma af Klint along with Sonia Delaunay, Niki de Saint Phalle or Georgia O’Keeffe have in common? Obviously, they are all great artists who have driven art forward and shaped a variety of artistic expressions and techniques, but besides that, these artists were all born…

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    Andreas Gursky’s Landscape Images

    Andreas Gursky is best known for his large-format photographs, which he began taking in the 1980s. They are often reminiscent of children’s books because of their wide-format and high-angle perspective along with surprise objects within the frame. Motifs from nature and various forms of landscapes are an integral part of Gursky’s work. Since the 1990s he has been using electronic…

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    October Issue: New Art

    October brings with it new art from our talented Singulart artists. Get to know in this issue Deniz Hasenöhrl, Lyubena Fox, Sylvia Pásztor, Simon Monk and Joris van der Horst. We are pleased to present you with their three new artworks for Singulart! Learn about various media such as intaglio printing, oil painting and explore landscapes and abstract art. These…

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    Dance and Movement in Art

    Dance is a non-verbal form of representation and expression. At the center of which is the subjective, aesthetic staging of the body and shaping of movement in space and time. As a symbol of modern life, the subject of dance has been taken up by numerous artists since the end of the 19th century, with the interest primarily focused on…

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    ‘Coronation’ by Ai Weiwei

    The Chinese contemporary artist and activist Ai Weiwei published the film ‘Coronation’ in August 2020. It was made available internationally on Vimeo and on Alamo in the United States. It is a 1 hour 53 minute long dystopian documentary about the lockdown in Wuhan, China. The artist grew up in the far north-west of China under harsh conditions due to…

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    September Issue: New Art

    Meet Austrian-born Silke Hagen who lives and works in Switzerland. In her dialectical work, she circles themes of irony and intelligence. Topics such as society, religion, past and present are related to the omnipresence of femininity.  Her new works for Singulart play with female sexuality, clichés and emancipation. She combines the medium of collage with acrylic painting and presents historical…