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    A Day With: Alexandre Delamadeleine

    Alexandre Delamadeleine is a French photographer based in Paris whose work has been featured in international exhibitions and in publications like Lomography, Konbini, Fisheye, Lense Magazine, and Le Monde. Working in analogue film, Delamadeleine captures dreamy atmospheres and stunning portraits that play with symmetry and perspective, often emphasizing the delicate beauty of the natural world and the female body. In…

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    5 Minutes with Chen Hao

    Chen Hao is an established American painter born in China, whose works have been featured in exhibitions, publications, prizes and public collections worldwide. Hao has created his own style which he has dubbed Postmodern-Narrationism. This term describes his original visual system in which each composition contains its own story executed through postmodern techniques. Hao’s artistic success is built upon the…

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    A Day With Ta Thimkaeo

    Suthamma (Ta) Thimkaeo is an exciting Thai painter whose works have gained international recognition and who is one of Singulart’s bestsellers. Working in a representational style, she boasts a versatile body of work that includes soft colors and shapes, inventive subjects, and influences of the cubist and surrealist movements. Her paintings are quirky, featuring figures with eggs for faces and…

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    A Day With: Peter Nottrott

    Peter Nottrott is an experienced German painter who has built up an international base of collectors over three decades of artistic practice. Attaching great importance to freedom and individuality- both in creativity and in life- he composes powerful, high-energy abstract paintings. He explains, “I want to paint color symphonies: always alive, always full of energy and always positive.” Singulart had…

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    5 Minutes with Uzma Sultan

    In anticipation of her live painting session with Singulart at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, we took five minutes with Pakistani artist Uzma Sultan to discover her multicultural influences and artistic practice. After growing up in Karachi, Pakistan, Sultan moved to London to study art and has since lived between London and Berlin, always returning to her home country to…

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    5 Minutes with Alessandra Carloni

    Alessandra Carloni is an emerging Italian painter from Rome whose love for comics and illustration as a kid inspired her to create her own imaginative and dreamlike paintings. On canvases and walls,  Carloni transports the viewer into new worlds through deep colors, rigid lines, and curious characters. Her acrylic and oil paintings range from figuration to surrealism, each scene rich…

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    My Hometown: Abol Bahadori

    Abol Bahadori is a prizewinning painter based in the United States, whose multicultural upbringing shines through his vibrant abstract works. From his early beginnings tracing carpet motifs and blue mosaics in Tabriz, Iran, to his teenage years sketching from the masters in Paris, Bahadori’s story is rich in art and experience, spanning countries and cultures. In this interview, follow Bahadori…

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    5 minutes with fashion favorite Laura Gulshani

    Canadian artist Laura Gulshani is turning heads around the world with her fashionable fine art pieces and high-profile collaborations. We took five minutes with her to talk everything from what it’s like working with brands like Missoni and British Vogue to her dreams of massive murals covered in her signature style. Hi Laura! Which came first: your love of fashion…

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    5 Singulart Artists Reflect on the Environment

    In the face of sobering environmental events that highlight both the majesty and fragility of nature, we’ve gathered both artworks and comments from our artists for whom natural elements, environmentalism and climate change act as central themes. These themes have carried particular pertinence over the past year, with the Amazon rainforest and a huge portion of Australia being battered by…

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    Aviation in Art: Then and Now

    While we may mostly associate aviation with airport queues, preserved warplanes in museums and model collectibles, the theme has found its way into art in many ways throughout various periods. Art, of course, has long explored human struggles and triumphs, including significant technological developments such as the emergence of air travel. So how has art responded to aviation? In this article,…