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    Colour psychology and symbolism in interior design

    Colour psychology and symbolism plays a decisive role in interior design. When choosing colors, it’s important to think about what kind of atmosphere you want to create and what colors will help achieve that. Colors can evoke warm or cold emotions, coupled with sensations such as the seasons or elements such as water and fire, which radiate heat or cold.…

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    In Conversation with Christian Watson

    Featured in SINGUART’s upcoming sale, Where Art Meets Design, is London based fine furniture maker Christian Watson. Highly invested in the integrity of British craftsmanship, Watson’s designs are created to be adaptable to any environment, with their simple, design forward aesthetic, rendering them modern day heirlooms. We talked to Christian to learn more about his background as a craftsman and…

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    How to Blend Art and Design

    As you know, we at SINGULART love to help style your walls with exceptional works of art. Now, for the first time, SINGULART is holding its very own design sale, Where Art Meets Design, showcasing a selection of unique or limited edition design pieces and furniture from 10 highly acclaimed international designers and artisans.  Throughout the centuries, art and design…

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    In Conversation with Neal Aronowitz

    Included in SINGULART’s very first design sale, Where Art Meets Design, is Neal Aronowitz. Having founded his US based design company in 2014 he has since quickly won acclaim in the international design world with his bespoke, handcrafted, and almost sculptural furniture and lighting pieces.  We sat down with Neal to find out the inspiration behind his daring designs and experimental…

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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…

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    The Royal Academy of Arts: Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch – The Loneliness of the Soul

    At first glance there seems little connecting contemporary British artist Tracey Emin with Norwegian born artist Edvard Munch. Born exactly a century apart, Munch’s best known work The Scream, seems to bear no relation to Emin’s provocative conceptual works, such as My Bed, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With, or her neon gas signs. And yet, currently at The Royal…

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    How to Create an Urban Jungle Interior

    Living in a city can be an amazing experience, and for most of us, it is the long-term reality of modern life. But whilst the concrete jungle contains many exciting opportunities, the ability to escape into nature is not one of them. Unsurprisingly, many people are therefore creating their own green spaces inside their homes. All over cities, these personal…

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    The Secret History of Art at the Olympics

    The long awaited 2021 Tokyo Olympic games are now upon us! You might be wondering, why is SINGULART writing about the Olympics? Whilst the SINGULART team are certainly excited to watch some of the coming competitions, what many do not realize is that the connection between art and sport, particularly the Olympic games, have a highly intertwined past. The Relationship…

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    Spotlight Interview: Arte Laguna Prize x Veronika Moshnikova

    One of this year’s Arte Laguna Prize finalists is SINGULART artist Veronika Moshnikova, whose paintings, which have previously been exhibited in Hungary, Germany, Poland, and Brazil, will imminently be displayed in Venice’s Arsenal. Using acrylics, oils, ink, markers and collage, the central themes in her work, the exploration of lost spaces, immigration, the concept of the home, mimicry, as well…

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    In Conversation with Magnus Resch

    Magnus Resch has never hesitated to disrupt the art world. During his time as an art economist, Yale professor, and gallery owner, Magnus’ many commentaries on the inner workings of the art market, though controversial, have been both meticulous and unerring in their sense of where and how the art world needs to modernize. In his latest bestselling book, ‘How…