Avery Singer is a contemporary visual artist from the United States. Avery Singer was born in the year 1987.
Singer attended Cooper Union College located in New York City.
The artist has worked with film/ video art, performance art, drawing, and painting.
Singer enjoys making a work of art that speaks from her generation. One way she does this is to use digital imagery in creating a work of art.
Her working process involves developing a sketch using Google Sketch Up, a 3d rendering software program. She then transfers the sketch to canvas by using a projector, an airbrush, and tape.
The artist was a participant in the 2019 Venice Biennial.
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Below a brief interview with the artist:
The artist is based out of New York City.
Singer found inspiration to create her style of art from the painter Albert Oehlen.
Works by the artist can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of Art located in New York City, and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles.
Avery Singer is an exciting contemporary painter moving into the prime of her career. Her work is fantastic because although her work highly influenced by the digital world, the end result is a more traditional looking canvas. Also the black and white imagery gives her work a dreamy feeling.