• Art news • Women in Art
    Exclusive Interview with Curator Rania Elafifi

    This week, we spoke to Rania Elafifi, a London-based independent curator who has previously worked at the Tate Modern, the National Portrait Gallery, and the Courtauld Institute of Art. We are extremely pleased to collaborate with her on our International Women’s Day partnership event! Here, we talk about her journey as a curator. Could you tell us about your artistic…

  • Artists
    Man Ray and Dada Prints

    Man Ray (born Emmanuel Radnitzky) was born in the USA in 1890. The artist is primarily known as one of the key figures in the Dada movement but his work also straddles surrealism. Here, we explore the significance of Dadaism and Man Ray’s artistic achievements. What is Dadaism? In Zurich, Switzerland, Dadaism began in the Cabaret Voltaire, opened by Hugo Ball…

  • Artists • Industry Professionals
    Exclusive Interview with Curator: Shonagh Marshall

    This week, we had the opportunity to speak to Shonagh Marshall – a New York-based independent curator. Marshall studied her BA at Central Saint Martins in Fashion History and Theory followed by an MA in Fashion Curation at London College of Fashion. She has gone on to curate exhibitions at Somerset House, London, and is currently embarking on exciting new independent…

  • Artists • Highlights
    5 Minutes with Gary Komarin

    Gary Komarin is an internationally acclaimed artist whom Singulart is extremely pleased to welcome! This week, we had the chance to talk to Gary about his career and artistic influences which we share in this interview. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? “Art and all that goes with it chose me as much as I chose…

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    Training the Eye: How To Look at Artworks Online

    Online Art The art market is continually shifting towards online spaces. When browsing art online, we may feel overwhelmed by the vast array of options available on our screens. Although there is no right or wrong way to see art, this article provides a starting point for viewing artworks in the digital realm in order to “train the eye”.  Questions…

  • ... Collectors • Exhibitions and fairs • Industry Professionals • The Art Market
    Exclusive Interview with Gallery Director and founder of Blond Contemporary: Phillip Blond

    This week, we interviewed Phillip Blond, British Art Dealer and Gallery Director of Blond Contemporary. In this article, we explore Phillip’s career in the art world, his insights into collecting and curation, as well as the role of the online art market today. Singulart is delighted about the upcoming event partnership with Blond Contemporary in December 2020! Can you tell…

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    Singulart Artists in Public Museums

    This article will look at the experiences of Singulart artists in museums: the process of being collected in a museum, why museums have been important for them, as well as offering advice for young artists. Why public museums? With the idea of permanence, it is a huge honour to be selected to be shown in a museum. It is therefore…

  • Art History • Artists • Movements and techniques
    Dansaekhwa: Exploring the “Korean Monochrome” Art Movement

    What is Dansaekhwa? “Dansaekhwa” translates to “monochrome painting” in Korean. This art movement was pioneered by artists born from 1930-1940. Although not part of a distinctive group at the time, Dansaekhwa was seen to fully flourish in South Korea during the 1970s.  The term Dansaekhwa (also known as “tansaekhwa”) was first used by the art critic Lee Yil who used…