Featured images: Pavel Wolberg; Pavel Wolberg — Kiev, lovers demonstrating on the barricade, 2014. Addressing the shifting cultural meaning of Nature, they consider the relationship between climate change, environmental degradation, human rights and geopolitics, the Anthropocene and the ethics of documentary and journalistic practice. A multidisciplinary artist who combines printmaking, drawing, painting, digital print, and sculpture, she is concerned with the relationship between human consciousness and matter. An online gallery with a unique approach to the artwork makers and collectors alike, Singulart offers a vibrant space filled with new cultures and creativity. Capturing lives of everyday people amidst the instabilities of the region, Wolberg creates photographs imbued with a certain simplicity. A German-born, Swedish-based artist, realized at the early age that art was his true calling.
He is best known for capturing the tensions, absurdities and insecurities of daily life in Russian-Ukrainian and Israeli-Palestinian conflicts. Using studio lighting within the landscape, the artist creates scenes that blend reality and fantasy. . Although Neumann follows pictorial traditions of James Ensor, Goya, Dix Grosz and Beckmann, he uses a variety of modern techniques such as spray paint, acrylic and oil on canvas, and digitally achieved etchings. Featured images: Lena Dobrowolska; Lena Dobrowolska, Teo Ormond-Skeaping — A meditation on the digital divide, 2015.
A philosophy graduate interested in critical theory, politics and art. With a poignant representation of potent, even unsettling imagery, he represents the complex times in which we live. A German painter, art dealer, poet, musician and songwriter, depicts surreal nightmarish worlds as represented in media and trivial culture. In these installations, that can be described as roomy, noisy, and partly mechanical, the artist often includes ambiguous motifs such as trash or trash cans. Since 2012, she has been collaborating with Teo Ormond-Skeaping on projects that deal with climate change and the Anthropocene. Having a desire to express himself in three dimensions, Mügge has expanded his practice to include sculptures and installation.
A Polish-British artist, works with conceptual documentary photography and artist film. Be sure to check out the work of the rest of their artists as well, to find that perfect piece you have been looking for! The gallery represents contemporary artists from over 45 nationalities working in a variety of media and styles, including painting, , , and. Singulart was founded in 2017 by three entrepreneurs Véra Kempf, Brice Lecompte and Denis Fayolle, brought together by their passion for art, internationalism and the digital world. These works invite the viewer to reflect their relationship and response to the natural world in our ever-increasing technological society. Convinced that the digital space is an invaluable tool for bringing transparency and equity to the art market, has created an outstanding platform for artists to gain international visibility and independently manage the sale of their works to a wide range of buyers.
A Bristol-born and Australian-based photographer, uses his medium to evoke the energy and charge that can be felt when a person is immersed in the rawness of nature. She is intrigued by the pointwhere cultures meet and merge and create new possibilities from these encounters. At the same time, she tends to blur the distinction between the reality and fiction. Their roster is carefully curated and diverse, assuring quality to collectors and buyers alike. The artist herself describes her photographs as drawings of her body movements where subject and the scenery melt into a single image.
Featured images: Alicja Dobrucka; Alicja Dobrucka — I like you, I like you a lot 1, 2008. Together, to promote their roster to a global audience. A visual artist from Finland, uses mixed media techniques to blur the boundary between and painting. Honest and real, these works are at the same time unsettling. Using pictorial interventions such as expressive brushstrokes or splashes of paint, the artist covers and emphasizes elements of the original image in the background. Using cheerful but dissonant colors, the artist reduces individual motifs to create satirical scenarios replete with content. Featured images: Mona Choo; Mona Choo — The Other Side, 2015.
His early works included abstract, large-format paintings characterized by powerful brushstrokes, piles of paint or footprints. Her projects pose questions about vulnerability, youth, motherhood, domesticity and the passage of time. Featured images: Samye Asher; Samye Asher — Cott Valley, 2016. Through a variety of physical reconstructions and alterations, she makes the viewer question their perception, leading them to a more spiritual or psychic perception of space. The artist has been drawn to nature ever since he was a kid, exploring beaches, caves, and rock pools that make up the coastline.
With abstractly painted traces, Hänninen highlights the artificiality of the image. By exploring poverty, development and environmental disasters, the duo reveals vulnerability, resilience, adaptation and responsibility. Moving from the former Soviet Union to Israel as a child, he has developed a remarkable capacity to see his adopted country both intimately and from a distance. Using a distorted scale and installations comprised of immense sheets of paper, clusters of neon tubes or tin foil, Sleeuwitz creates spaces that are suspended somewhere between reality and illusion. Therefore, her works serve as energy storage vessels, carrying the energy of both their creator and handlers.
Featured images: Christoph Mügge; Christoph Mügge — Abgrund, 2010. Having a deep involvement with her subjects, she observes and explores their immediate environment and the identity of these places. Through his practice, the artist blurs the boundaries between fine art photography and photojournalism. Transforming the interiors of random places for her photographic projects, she creates a certain estrangement from a known environment. Creating a gap between seeing what is there and what is not, she exposes the true potential of these interiors. While the gallery is dedicated to empowering artists, at the same time it encourages art lovers and collectors alike to explore new artistic horizons, to embrace new cultures and to be inspired by their unique roster.