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    5 minutes with Dangerous Minds Artists

    Taking part in this year’s Affordable Art Fair in Brussels is artistic duo Alan Stuart and Michael Lake-McMillan, who together make up Dangerous Minds Artists . Dangerous Minds Artists’ distinctive work constantly reference light, such as through the use of neon signs in their Linear Musings collection. Their practice is also highly dependent on the concept of duality as their…

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    In Conversation with Vanessa Van Meerhaeghe

    Selected as one of seven SINGULART artists appearing at the Affordable Art Fair in Brussels this September is Belgian painter and draftsman Vanessa Van Meerhaeghe. Her works, which are highly influenced by her time spent working in the fashion industry, intermingle vibrant colors and scenes from nature. With her subjects often taken out of context and placed amidst paradisal surroundings,…

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    5 Minutes with Berit Bredahl

    Berit Bredahl is an artist based in Italy and currently taking part in SINGULART’s Jungle Decor Auction. Often using gold foil on canvas, her compositions are influenced by art from diverse cultures, encountered during her many travels. Her love of birds both real and mythical, gardens from around the world, and the ocean’s coral and fish also feature heavily in her…

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    5 Minutes with Victoria Stagni

    Featured in out Jungle Decor auction are the natural yet fantastical tableaus of France-based artist Victoria Stagni. Harnessing inspiration from magical realism, her works depict humans coexisting with captivating creatures. Inspired by her upbringing in Buenos-Aires to an Argentinian mother and Paraguayan father, her works always feature the crucial links between people, animals and nature. We talked to Victoria about…

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    The Royal Academy of Arts: Tracey Emin/Edvard Munch – The Loneliness of the Soul

    At first glance there seems little connecting contemporary British artist Tracey Emin with Norwegian born artist Edvard Munch. Born exactly a century apart, Munch’s best known work The Scream, seems to bear no relation to Emin’s provocative conceptual works, such as My Bed, Everyone I Have Ever Slept With, or her neon gas signs. And yet, currently at The Royal…

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    How to Create an Urban Jungle Interior

    Living in a city can be an amazing experience, and for most of us, it is the long-term reality of modern life. But whilst the concrete jungle contains many exciting opportunities, the ability to escape into nature is not one of them. Unsurprisingly, many people are therefore creating their own green spaces inside their homes. All over cities, these personal…

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    The Secret History of Art at the Olympics

    The long awaited 2021 Tokyo Olympic games are now upon us! You might be wondering, why is SINGULART writing about the Olympics? Whilst the SINGULART team are certainly excited to watch some of the coming competitions, what many do not realize is that the connection between art and sport, particularly the Olympic games, have a highly intertwined past. The Relationship…

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    Spotlight Interview: Arte Laguna Prize x Nejmil

    Czech photographer Milos Nejezchleb (nejmil) has only been focusing on conceptual photographic work for 5 years. Nevertheless, he has already won several international awards, and this year will be exhibiting at the Venice Arsenal as an Arte Laguna Prize finalist for his series Moon for Sale. His photography is characterized by his playful use of color, static figures and surreal…

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    Spotlight Interview: Arte Laguna Prize x Veronika Moshnikova

    One of this year’s Arte Laguna Prize finalists is SINGULART artist Veronika Moshnikova, whose paintings, which have previously been exhibited in Hungary, Germany, Poland, and Brazil, will imminently be displayed in Venice’s Arsenal. Using acrylics, oils, ink, markers and collage, the central themes in her work, the exploration of lost spaces, immigration, the concept of the home, mimicry, as well…

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    In Conversation with Magnus Resch

    Magnus Resch has never hesitated to disrupt the art world. During his time as an art economist, Yale professor, and gallery owner, Magnus’ many commentaries on the inner workings of the art market, though controversial, have been both meticulous and unerring in their sense of where and how the art world needs to modernize. In his latest bestselling book, ‘How…