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  • Vienna Kim
    Artists • Featured • Our story • The Singulart Family
    Meet the Singulart Team: Vienna Kim

    Singulart‘s strength lies in its services, sometimes putting its team in the background. We want to change this through our new series “Meet Singulart” where our French start-up, who counts diversity and internationalism among its fundamental values, shares the fascinating stories of our employees. Discover life journeys that have led so many to the heart of Paris. This week, Vienna…

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    5 Minutes with Rachel Paxton

    Rachel Paxton is an experienced American painter who often combines themes of mid-century aesthetics, Americana, kitsch, boomerangs and atomic motifs to create paintings that are brilliantly vivacious while maintaining a somewhat quirky and curious edge. We sat down with Rachel Paxton to talk about her current projects, inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you…

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    Interview with Artist Laurence de Valmy

    From the 17th of November until the 23rd of November, Singulart is organizing a special Winter Flash Sale, featuring 30 artists. For the occasion, artists created 3 exclusive artworks. The artist Laurence de Valmy is one of them. We interviewed her about creativity and her representation of social media. When did you know you wanted to become an artist? I…

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    Singulart Artists in Public Museums

    This article will look at the experiences of Singulart artists in museums: the process of being collected in a museum, why museums have been important for them, as well as offering advice for young artists. Why public museums? With the idea of permanence, it is a huge honour to be selected to be shown in a museum. It is therefore…

  • Art news • Artists • The Art Market
    Top 5 Living Artists Who Shaped The Art Market

    The contemporary Art Market is in constant flux. At every moment, contemporary art is renewed and offers new discoveries with new artists and artworks. The market is full of surprises with records constantly being broken at auctions. Contemporary art is becoming more and more expensive and increasingly popular – with some living artists seeing their popularity outperform modern artists such…

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    A Day with Michael Andrew Law

    Michael Andrew Law is a Hong-Kongese artist. Today, he talks to us about his creative process and the stories behind his work: What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I normally wake up around 6 to 7 a.m. I make myself breakfast and make sure I absorb enough protein and carbohydrates to start my…

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    October Issue: New Art

    October brings with it new art from our talented Singulart artists. Get to know in this issue Deniz Hasenöhrl, Lyubena Fox, Sylvia Pásztor, Simon Monk and Joris van der Horst. We are pleased to present you with their three new artworks for Singulart! Learn about various media such as intaglio printing, oil painting and explore landscapes and abstract art. These…

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    CultureSecrets: Interview with Krystyna Winckler

    CultureSecrets, in collaboration with Singulart, invites you to meet the Dutch artist Pieter Ceizer in his studio in Paris. During this occasion, we interviewed Krystyna Winckler, founder of CultureSecrets. CultureSecrets was founded 6 years ago. What inspired you to create CultureSecrets? Having a passion for culture and being a contemporary art lover, especially for photography. I always found it complicated…

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    Interview with Claire Clerc: Interior Designer

    Art and interior design are creative environments that are constantly learning from each other. The perfect work of art influences our interior decoration. Today, neutral colors are in fashion. We interviewed Claire Clerc, interior designer, to understand the current trends. What inspired you to become an interior designer? I started my career as a stylist in the textile industry. After…

  • Art History • Artists • Movements and techniques
    Dansaekhwa: Exploring the “Korean Monochrome” Art Movement

    What is Dansaekhwa? “Dansaekhwa” translates to “monochrome painting” in Korean. This art movement was pioneered by artists born from 1930-1940. Although not part of a distinctive group at the time, Dansaekhwa was seen to fully flourish in South Korea during the 1970s.  The term Dansaekhwa (also known as “tansaekhwa”) was first used by the art critic Lee Yil who used…