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    Artists and Musicians are Speaking Out in Chilean Protests

    Since mid October, Chile has been in a state of civil unrest in response to growing inequality throughout the country. Sparked by a public transport fare increase on October 6th, Chilean students in Santiago began protesting and dodging fares, eventually resulting in violent confrontations with local police. The ongoing protests address widespread social and economic inequality, the privatization of social…

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    How to Resell an Artwork

    The secondary art market, or the reselling of works, can be difficult to navigate, but worthwhile and rewarding if properly understood. The market is dynamic, with artist’s values increasing or lowering depending on their popularity, demand, and the trajectory of their career. Often collectors will invest in emerging artists to watch the price of their work rise in value and…

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    A Day With: Alexandre Delamadeleine

    Alexandre Delamadeleine is a French photographer based in Paris whose work has been featured in international exhibitions and in publications like Lomography, Konbini, Fisheye, Lense Magazine, and Le Monde. Working in analogue film, Delamadeleine captures dreamy atmospheres and stunning portraits that play with symmetry and perspective, often emphasizing the delicate beauty of the natural world and the female body. In…

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    5 Women Who Changed the History of Art

    Since the beginning of time, the history of art has been dominated by men. Often women artists are overshadowed by their male counterparts, due to the patriarchal system that puts trust in the authority of the “male genius” and gives women the role of “the muse.” The statistics of women in the art world are shocking: not only are they…

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    A Day With: Peter Nottrott

    Peter Nottrott is an experienced German painter who has built up an international base of collectors over three decades of artistic practice. Attaching great importance to freedom and individuality- both in creativity and in life- he composes powerful, high-energy abstract paintings. He explains, “I want to paint color symphonies: always alive, always full of energy and always positive.” Singulart had…

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    Address Book: Stockholm

    Known for their green spaces and innovative design principles, Sweden is minimalist, cozy, and quirky, and offers the same variety in their art and culture. From cutting edge modern art, to 17th century sailing ships and traditional Scandinavian alcohol, there really is a museum for everyone. And yes, ABBA lovers, worry no more- what would Stockholm be without a museum…

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    Address Book: London

    With the Affordable Art Fair Battersea starting next week, Singulart presents you with the best art in London, highlighting the city’s top museums rich in art and culture and known for their free or low cost entry. Come meet Singulart at Booth 16 at the fair and then discover the city’s renowned artistic treasures. From the works of modern mavericks…

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    5 Minutes with Uzma Sultan

    In anticipation of her live painting session with Singulart at the Affordable Art Fair Battersea, we took five minutes with Pakistani artist Uzma Sultan to discover her multicultural influences and artistic practice. After growing up in Karachi, Pakistan, Sultan moved to London to study art and has since lived between London and Berlin, always returning to her home country to…