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    5 Minutes with Kumi Muttu

    Kumi Muttu, an artist who was born in Sri Lanka and resides in the United Kingdom, creates pieces that are prompted by pleasing color combinations. While Muttu does not adhere to a specific style, she continuously experiments and produces series with particular themes. Today, she has a conversation with Singulart about her artistic career. When did you know you wanted…

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    A day with Effat Pourhasani

    Based in Iran, Effat Pourhasani is an prizewinning painter with international distinguish and exposure. Her acrylic on canvas paintings take their inspiration from nature and Iranian culture. By slowly building layers of acrylic paint upon her canvas, Effat Pourhasani creates dense, colorful landscapes and abstract images. Her paintings are captivating, large-sale works that make compelling use of scale and color…

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    A Conversation with Thomas Dellert

    Thomas Dellert is an internationally renowned Swedish painter and photographer who has taken part in numerous solo exhibitions throughout the United States and several European nations. His works are featured in the permanent collections of the Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington DC), Heinz, Mercedes Benz, Absolute Vodka and the Swedish Royal Family, to name a few. Why did you become an…

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    A Day with Gina Parr

    Gina Parr is a British painter currently based in London’s East End and Devon. She earned a First Class Honours Degree in Fine Art and shortly afterwards studied Set Design at Chelsea College of Art where she subsequently lectured. This led to a lengthy 25 year career in Set Design where she worked for major UK media channels such as…

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    5 Hungarian Artists to Discover

    Hungary is known for a lot of things. Their cityscapes are shaped by Roman, Greek, and Turkish architecture while the landscape typically shows plains. Next to famous composers like Franz Liszt and the invention of the Rubik’s cube, Hungary is also known to have one of the most difficult languages in the world – Jó napot kívánunk! (Good Day). Discover here…

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    Five Russian artists to watch on Singulart

    Russia is known for its magnificant, vast and wild landscapes, its tumultuous history from the reigns of the Tsars through Communism to the Russia of today. Russia is not only a country of famous writers and composers, but also artists who have left a rich legacy and inspired others across Europe and internationally. Spanning the Iconic Masters, Itinerants, Art Nouveau,…

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    How Berlin Became a Contemporary Artistic Haven

    Berlin has always been a mecca of artistic creation, but since the fall of the Wall it has really established itself as Europe’s haven for international artists. With low rents and a thriving creative scene – whether it be visual, music or otherwise – the German capital has been the adopted home of millions of free-thinking, free-roaming bohemians. Why is this…

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    Meet the Singulart Family – Yuko Suzuki-Flament

    As an online art gallery, Singulart has a strong digital presence and sometimes the human team at the heart of the company can be overshadowed. We want to shine a spotlight on the individuals that shape the company in our new series ‘Meet the Singulart Family’. As a French start-up that champions diversity among our core values, we invite you…

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    5 minutes with Christina Symes

    Emerging British painter Christina Symes has exhibited her work throughout The United Kingdom. She focuses predominantly on the relationship between humans and nature, seeking to stimulate the viewer’s awareness of their own environment and engagement with it. For Christina, painting offers a form of escapism, peace and solitude in contrast to the chaos and complexity of modern life. She ultimately…

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    5 Minutes with Janusz Orzechowski

    Janusz Orzechowski is a Polish, prize-winning painter and draftsman who has exhibited his work nationally. His works capture a distinctive aesthetic constructed by a mix of the funny and serious, showcasing intriguing narrative scenes, unexpected perspectives and humorous contrasts between character and setting. We sat down with Janusz to talk about heis current projects, inspiration, and the start of his…