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    Georgia O’Keeffe Finally Unfurls at The Pompidou

    From eye catching irises, to gorgeous jimson flowers, Georgia O’Keeffe is famed in the U.S and U.K for her canvases exploring the crevices and contours of macroscopic blooms. Nevertheless, her significance as an artist, and positioning as the mother of American Modernist painting does not solely rest on these brightly colored close-ups, but upon her prolific versatility and experimentation with…

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    Three SINGULART Artists to Watch : Discovery Frankfurt

    Discovery Art Fair Frankfurt is synonymous with its art: young, dynamic, and full of promise. Only founded in 2018, the fair just celebrated its fourth edition from the 5th-7th November, where SINGULART proudly presented a small selection of our emerging artists. Giving a platform to a broad spectrum of emerging contemporary artists, this year, Discovery Art Fair Frankfurt offers up…

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    Celebrating AKAA: Three Artists to Watch During SINGULART’s African Art Auction

    Slowly yet surely, the second half of the year has seen a return of the celebration of creativity with a global resurrection of art fairs. When it comes to showcasing the works of contemporary African artists, the month of October has already seen the opening of two major events, the 2nd edition of the International Biennial of Sculpture of Ouagadougou (Biso)…

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    Contemporary Art Week: Three Artists to Watch on SINGULART

    Showcasing alongside Asia Now, from the 21-24th October is the next edition of the International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC). First appearing in 1974, over the years this prestigious event has made its home all over Paris. With the original Salon taking place in the old Bastille station, the event  moved to the Grand Palais before being installed for several years…

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    Celebrating Asian Art Now

    Imminently launching in Paris is the much anticipated 7th edition of Asia Now. From the 21-24th October, the public, collectors, and art critics, have the exciting opportunity to visit the home of the art fair, an intimate ‘hotel particulier’ found at 9 Avenue Hoche, as well as explore the 40+ participating galleries spread across Paris. Founded in 2015 by Alexandra…

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    Unwrapping Christo’s Arc de Triomphe

    Until recently, for many, thinking about the Arc de Triomphe would induce hair-raising images of near miss crashes on Paris’ deathly roundabout that lies at its feet. It therefore may come as a surprise that this oft-overlooked monument has now become the site of Christo’s posthumous installation, Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped.  Past and Present Nevertheless, Christo’s draping of the Arc de…

  • Isabelle Derecque
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    In conversation with Isabelle Derecque

    Isabelle Derecque is a belgium artist and one of the artists participating in the Affordable Art Fair in Brussels. Her paintings have been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her choice to primarily work with Plexiglas is more than just an aesthetic decision. For Isabelle, it is an invitation to explore the space around us by projecting us into…

  • Michel Debully
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    In conversation with Michel Debully

    Michel Debully is a French painter and one of the artists participating in the Affordable Art Fair in Brussels. His approach is in line with geometric abstract art, concrete art and constructed art. He discovered a new natural law on the decomposition of light into four colours instead of six. And conceives his compositions by playing on this new partition…

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    Celebrating Body Positivity with our Artists

    It has always been important to SINGULART to give our artists a platform to address the topics that matter most to them. Therefore, alongside our charitable auction Celebrating Body Positivity, we spoke to three of our fifteen featured artists to discover more about how the concept of body positivity and the relationship between beauty and art inspires their work.  Taking…

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    MOMA: Niki de Saint Phalle – ‘Structures for Life’

    ‘I was brought up on fairy tales’ echoes the voice of French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle as you wander between the rooms of her first major US exhibition Niki de Saint Phalle: Structures for Life. This exhibition, taking place at MOMA until September 6th, aims to engage with this convention-breaking artist’s interdisciplinary approach to her art, as well as…