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    A Day With Jieun Park

    We spent a day with Jieun Park, one of Singulart’s South Korean stars, to learn how her traditional techniques result in modern expressions. From yoga to music to a warm cup of tea, delve into Jieun’s daily routine. Hello, Jieun! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I check my emails before stretching with…

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    A Day With Won Lee

    Won Lee is an acclaimed Canadian sculptor and painter whose work has featured in prestigious prizes, exhibitions and collections internationally.  From Canada to Mexico to China, delve into his globe-trotting creative process. Hello, Won! What’s the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning? I have a coffee and a cigarette, then check the mail before driving…

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    A Day With John Clark

    John Clark is a British sculptor and painter with a talent for striking representations of the human figure, a critical view of the intersection of brand and style, and a love for corny crime shows. Read on to learn about his creative 9-5. Hi, John! What’s the first thing you do when you get up in the morning? For better…

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    From Hopper to Hitchcock: 8 Famous Artworks that Inspired Hollywood Classics

    This Sunday, Hollywood’s A-list will gather at the glittering Dolby Theatre to receive the Academy’s highest honors. From Scarlett Johansson to Joaquin Phoenix, Saoirse Ronan and Brad Pitt, Sam Mendes and Martin Scorsese… every film lover will be watching the Oscars with their eyes glued to the screen. In this article, Singulart has compiled a selection of Oscar-winning film scenes…

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    A Day With Ania Hobson

    2018 British Portrait Award (Young Artist) recipient Ania Hobson has wasted no time in establishing herself as a standout emerging artist on an international scale. We took some time with the talented Brit to talk through her creative process and daily routine. From foggy morning runs to winding down with a documentary, feel a little closer to this young Singulart star. Hi,…

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    5 must-see exhibitions to come in 2020

    Keen to keep your finger on the art market pulse this year? Here are 5 top shows to mark in your calendars: 1. Artemisia Artemisia Gentileschi achieved something that was sadly rare for women of her time: a successful, long career as a professional painter. The Italian baroque painter depicted women of myth, power, struggle and religion, and today she’s…

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    The Biggest Art Moments of 2019

    Where is Salvator Mundi? And why was everyone talking about a banana? Here’s our recap of what the art world was buzzing about this past year. Leonardo at the Louvre This year marked the 500-year anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci‘s death. It comes as no surprise, then, that the world honored history’s most famous painter with high-profile exhibitions and plenty…

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    Ambiguity, Freedom and Simplicity in Joan Miró’s ‘Woman in Front of the Sun’

    Woman in Front of the Sun represents Miro’s quest for freedom and simplicity in his paintings, created using his Surrealist-inspired subconscious painting style. Consequently Woman in Front of the Sun treads a line between abstraction and figuration and is a wildly ambiguous composition that exemplifies Miro’s mature style. In this article, Singulart discusses the artist’s life and his style in…

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    How was Rembrandt’s ‘Storm on the Sea of Galilee’ stolen?

    The dynamic Storm on the Sea of Galilee is the only seascape by renowned baroque artist Rembrandt van Rijn. Depicting Christ leading his disciples through a stormy ocean, the artwork was famously stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990, and remains missing to this day. In this article, Singulart will explore the life of Rembrandt, the composition of…

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    ‘Composition VIII’ and the Father of Abstract Art

    When Wassily Kandinksky created Composition VIII, he considered it the high point of his postwar achievement. Looking at the playful, complex composition, it is easy to see why – the intersecting lines and circles show a mastery of abstract art. In this article, Singulart will discover why Kandinsky is considered the father of abstract art, explore Composition VIII, and delve…