Porte de Versailles Contemporary Art Room
LST-19 (acrylic and ink on cardboard, 23×26 cm)
LSE-19 (ink on cardboard, 32×36 cm)
CCBP02-21 (acrylic on canvas, 57×49 cm)
EVEF-20 (acrylic on canvas, 25×25 cm)
C3R-19 (acrylic on cardboard, 27×35 cm)
C16B-21 (acrylic on canvas, 65×58 cm)
BEC-18 (acrylic on cardboard, 18×18 cm)
4R-16 (acrylic on canvas, 27×20 cm)
2R1T-19 (acrylic on cardboard, 31×34 cm)
2C-20 (acrylic on canvas, 30×30 cm)
2B1R-19 (acrylic on canvas, 18×24 cm)
Martin Singer’s works have been created in many different sizes and shapes. He mostly uses acrylic and ink on canvas or cardboard.
Here is a close but not exact translation of his words from French to English: “I explore the idea of off-screen with my works. A form usually cut by the edges of the frame or canvas, continues beyond. A Two-dimensional form becomes Three-dimensional when comes out of the frame. For my works I mostly use simple geometric shapes and compositions.”
See more of his works on his Instagram page.