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  • Art History • Featured • Movements and techniques
    Scream: Mental Illness in Art

    The way in which mental illness has been portrayed throughout history has seen those dealing with inner turmoil ostracized and othered. Sure, for someone who perceives the world beyond what is widely accepted as reality, their mind may be wired differently from someone who is considered healthy. However, it is this alternate view of the world that has inspired some…

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    A Day With Sarah Arensi

    Experienced Italian painter Sarah Arensi applies spirals of energy and light on the canvas to represent the power of life and its spiritual aspects. Inspired by Sufism, Taoism, Tantra and Shamanism, she harnesses her own spirituality to promote ideals of love and joy through bright colors and textured surfaces. We sat down with the artist to get a deeper understanding…

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    Address Book: Hanoi

    Hanoi could be considered a sleeping giant of cultural prowess. With its traditional practices still intact and a slower pace to life allowing for blissful expeditions, the sheer volume of things to do is a very welcome surprise for those expecting a calm visit. The history of Vietnam is one of nuance and is a complex affair, however, by simply…

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    The Future of Contemporary Art Fairs in Times of a Pandemic

    While the health crisis has forced many contemporary art fairs to postpone or cancel their spring editions, those scheduled for the autumn season are still set to go ahead. This time is a frustrating time for everyone involved, and we too had many art fairs to look forward to in the spring/summer. In order to be able to make the…

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    Spotlight: Spanish Art Curators

    Art curators deal with the organizational aspects of an art exhibition. They are responsible for defining the content of the event, choosing the works to be exhibited and the location. But that’s not all. Those who choose to undertake this profession must know that the commitments do not end in the logistical sphere. In fact, it is important not only…

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    10 Essential Artists: Impressionism

    Having seen their artworks get rejected by the Salon in the mid-19th century, a handful of Paris-based artists set up the Société Anonyme Coopérative des Artistes Peintres, Sculpteurs, Graveurs. This would prove to be the catalyst for these independent artists to showcase their style, known as Impressionism. With artworks from the movement being so nostalgically charged, Singulart takes a look…

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    Address Book: Madrid

    It is never a bad time, whether homebound or not, to dream, plan future trips and mentally move to a city with a special charm like Madrid. Whether it is because of the variety of iconic places, the welcoming spirit of the squares and streets, the gastronomy, or the wide range of cultural offerings, Madrid is a city that surprises…

  • Art news • Featured • The Art Market
    Art on Commission: Brands and Companies

    Our preference in art is deeply personal as we link it to both our memories and beliefs, whether it be societal, political, or aesthetic. In order to solidify an identity, companies are increasingly resorting to acquiring artworks on commission. By initiating a collaboration with a contemporary artist, the company associates its brand with a different, often refreshing, image and ensures…