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    5 Contemporary Australian Artists to Watch

    Given the recent turmoil of the Australian bushfires, all of us at Singulart want to show our support by highlighting the work of five contemporary Australian artists to watch in 2020. These artists all share a motivation to create from within, expressing their inner worlds and outside observations. From abstract landscapes to coastal scenes, these talented painters bring the treasures…

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    5 must-see exhibitions to come in 2020

    Keen to keep your finger on the art market pulse this year? Here are 5 top shows to mark in your calendars: 1. Artemisia Artemisia Gentileschi achieved something that was sadly rare for women of her time: a successful, long career as a professional painter. The Italian baroque painter depicted women of myth, power, struggle and religion, and today she’s…

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    The Biggest Art Moments of 2019

    Where is Salvator Mundi? And why was everyone talking about a banana? Here’s our recap of what the art world was buzzing about this past year. Leonardo at the Louvre This year marked the 500-year anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci‘s death. It comes as no surprise, then, that the world honored history’s most famous painter with high-profile exhibitions and plenty…

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    Artists to Watch in 2020

    Start a new decade of art collecting off on the right foot by investing in promising artists set to make moves on the market in 2020. Here are your Artists to Watch: Pieter Ceizer “I project what I live in my head and it becomes real. Words trigger a thought, an energy, and we get where we want to go.“…

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    Behind the Scenes at Aqua Art Miami with Singulart

    Recently, Singulart had the honor of presenting the work of 3 emerging artists from Europe and Asia at Aqua Art Miami. The curation was airy and positive, featuring Pieter Ceizer’s colorful typographic work, the street art inspired paintings of Lucas Beaufort, and the eclectic piggies of Seunghwui Koo. We spoke with our art fair coordinator Marion Sailhen to get the…

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    The Great American Road Trip

    In the imagination of the continental United States comes the idea of the great American road trip: packing up the car, setting off solo or with a group of pals, and hitting the open road. This idea has been explored time and time again through the work of great writers like Jack Kerouac, Tom Wolfe, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Travelers…

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    Address Book: Miami

    With Aqua Art Miami running from December 4-8th, Singulart presents our readers with the best museums to visit in this vibrant city after checking out our selection at the fair. Miami is a hub of Afro-Cuban culture and world class art and is best known for their prestigious Art Basel fair. Not only is Miami home to a cutting edge…

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    Artists and Musicians are Speaking Out in Chilean Protests

    Since mid October, Chile has been in a state of civil unrest in response to growing inequality throughout the country. Sparked by a public transport fare increase on October 6th, Chilean students in Santiago began protesting and dodging fares, eventually resulting in violent confrontations with local police. The ongoing protests address widespread social and economic inequality, the privatization of social…

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    Address Book: Stockholm

    With the Affordable Art Fair in Stockholm running from October 10-13th, Singulart presents you with the best art the city has to offer. Known for their green spaces and innovative design principles, Sweden is minimalist, cozy, and quirky, and offers the same variety in their art and culture. From cutting edge modern art, to 17th century sailing ships and traditional…