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    Legendary photographer Robert Frank dies at 94

    Frank was one of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, particularly celebrated for his documentarian depictions of modern American life. From Zürich to New York Born on 9th November, 1924 in Zürich, Switzerland, Robert Frank grew up in a Jewish family, and emigrated to New York at the age of 23. He secured work with various publications such…

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    Everything you need to know about art fairs

    What exactly is an art fair? Why are they important (especially in such a digitized world?) And what do they mean for fast-growing online galleries like Singulart? The basics More trade-show than county fair, an art fair is a gathering of galleries, collectors, curators and dealers, all ready to browse, buy and sell. The biggest fairs, such as Art Basel…

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    German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh dies

    The photographer is credited with helping ring in the fashion industry’s ‘Supermodel’ era of the 1990s, and will be remembered for his celebrations of natural beauty. Peter Lindbergh has died in Paris, aged 74, as confirmed by his Paris studio on Wednesday in an Instagram post: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Peter Lindbergh on…

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    5 minutes with fashion favorite Laura Gulshani

    Canadian artist Laura Gulshani is turning heads around the world with her fashionable fine art pieces and high-profile collaborations. We took five minutes with her to talk everything from what it’s like working with brands like Missoni and British Vogue to her dreams of massive murals covered in her signature style. Hi Laura! Which came first: your love of fashion…

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    5 Singulart Artists Reflect on the Environment

    In the face of sobering environmental events that highlight both the majesty and fragility of nature, we’ve gathered both artworks and comments from our artists for whom natural elements, environmentalism and climate change act as central themes. These themes have carried particular pertinence this week, with the Amazon rainforest currently being battered by dangerous fires; perhaps more than ever, environmental…

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    Aviation in Art: Then and Now

    While we may mostly associate aviation with airport queues, preserved warplanes in museums and model collectibles, the theme has found its way into art in many ways throughout various periods. Art, of course, has long explored human struggles and triumphs, including significant technological developments such as the emergence of air travel. So how has art responded to aviation? In this article,…

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    5 Minutes With Street Artist WiseTwo

    Kenyan artist WiseTwo has pioneered the street, mural and graffiti art scene in East and Central Africa. His monumental murals have added extra vibrancy to public spaces all over the world, in fact, including in Kenya, Colombia and Australia. We stole five minutes with the in-demand creative to get a glimpse into his processes and perspectives. What do you enjoy…

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    Address Book: Seoul

    To coincide with Singulart’s brand new presence in the South Korean market, discover the capital city’s best artistic offerings. Innovation abounds in the modern metropolis, and it has long been home to architectural feats and design breakthroughs. From contemplating modern masters in major museums to strolling streets decorated with murals, discover a fascinating side of Seoul. Seoul Museum of Art…

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    Address Book: Lisbon

    So far in this series, we’ve brought you breakdowns on the top addresses in art-savvy cities: the sleek balance of ancient and contemporary in Tokyo, the Dutch masters in Amsterdam, the prestige in Paris and the timeless Americana in La La Land. Lisbon, however, isn’t typically a city known for its art, but within and beyond those quintessential yellow trams,…

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    ‘Japan in Paris’: 5 Minutes with Annco Miura

    We’re thrilled to be presenting an interview conducted with Singulart artist Annco Miura at the recent ‘Japan in Paris’ exhibition she was featured in. It was held at Galerie Métanoïa by The Far East Arts Association from June 28th-July 3rd. We stopped by to hear about the Japanese artist’s creative beginnings, her move to Paris and how she uses art…