• Art History,  Movements and techniques
    5 Contemporary Artists Defining Americana Today

    The term Americana refers, quite simply, to cultural artifacts related to the history of the United States. However, as American historian Hampton Sides wrote in Americana: Dispatches from the New Frontier, “the United States is such a glorious mess of contradiction, such a crazy quilt of competing themes, such a fecund mishmash of people and ideas, that defining us is…

  • Art History,  Art news,  Featured
    Stolen Goods: The Strange History of Art Heists

    Although the term ‘art history’ hardly evokes an image of masked bandits breaking into a museum or a mysterious disappearance of a priceless painting from a living room wall, art theft has always played an important role in the art world. Art is stolen for many reasons: sometimes for wealth, sometimes for power, sometimes for love and nostalgia. Whatever the…

  • Interviews
    A Day With: Carlos Martin

    Carlos Martin is a dedicated Spanish artist whose prizewinning works have been featured in exhibitions, publications and permanent collections throughout Spain. Depicting beaches, cities and objects, his paintings play with perspective, color and movement. We recently caught-up with the artist to learn more about his inspiration, creative process, and how he spends a typical day in and out of the…

  • Art news,  Exhibitions and fairs,  Featured,  Interviews
    The Computer Grrrls Exhibit Brings Women in Tech Full Circle

    Part historical retrospective, park art exhibition, part conference, Computer Grrls takes over La Gaîté Lyrique to put women in tech back in the spotlight. The four month-long exhibit, which concludes July 14, highlights the history of women in tech and offers special events to open up the digital world to more women. The exhibit centers around the work of twenty-three…

  • Interviews
    A Day With: Catherine Timotei

    What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I stretch in my bed, shower, and practice yoga for thirty minutes. I listened to the world news, read and reply to my emails. What inspires you to create every day? Love. What does your work space look like? A spacious, sunny studio overlooking a garden. You…

  • Interviews
    A Day With: Emma Cownie

    Emma Cownie is a talented British artist whose works have been featured in exhibitions and publications across the UK. Always seeking to achieve a strong visual impact, Cownie composes works marked by bold blocks of color and an expressive palette. Influenced by great American realists like Edward Hopper, Cownie paints the quiet, the spacious and the still. We recently caught…

  • Art news,  Famous faces
    Joyce Pensato, Visionary Post-Punk Painter, Has Died at 77.

    On Thursday, June 13th, the art world lost a pillar of expressionist pop art. Since the mid-70s, Joy Pensato was re-imagining cartoon characters in her pop-y, acerbic, energetic, and sometimes sinister paintings. Her work combined influences from the likes of Kooning, Franz Kline, and Philip Guston. While she described her paintings as operating within the field of expressionism, it would…

  • Interviews
    A Day With Carla Sá Fernandes

    Carla Sá Fernandes is an exciting abstract painter currently based in Portugal. We sat down with Carla to learn about how the artist spends a typical day. From her sunlit studio to evening walks on the beach, find out how this artists gets into the zone to produce her stunning array of works! What’s the first thing you do when…

  • Art news,  Featured
    5 Queer Artists Here to Set the World on Fire

    It’s Pride Month y’all! To celebrate, Singulart brings you a visual charcuterie board of talented queer artists here to shake up perspectives and interrogate the way we see the world. At Singulart, we understand the role that art can play in supporting social movements. We’re passionate about uplifting the voices, stories and artwork of diverse artists from around the globe.…

  • Interviews
    My Hometown: Vania Bouwmeester Pentcheva

    The bulgarian artist Vania Bouwmeester Pentcheva is currently living and working in the Netherlands. She is moved and inspired by her many travels, both in nature and the urban landscapes, her emotions, memories, pleasant feelings and philosophical thoughts. Textures and colors spontaneously arrive on the canvas, though structured layering is carefully thought out. We recently caught up with Vania to…