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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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    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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    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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    CultureSecrets: Interview with Krystyna Winckler

    CultureSecrets, in collaboration with Singulart, invites you to meet the Dutch artist Pieter Ceizer in his studio in Paris. During this occasion, we interviewed Krystyna Winckler, founder of CultureSecrets. CultureSecrets was founded 6 years ago. What inspired you to create CultureSecrets? Having a passion for culture and being a contemporary art lover, especially for photography. I always found it complicated…

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    Interview with Laura Gallon – Founder of the Arte Laguna Prize

    Founded in 2006 in Venice, the Arte Laguna Prize is now hosting its fifteenth edition, building upon its rich history. It is one of the most influential visual arts competitions in the world. Emerging artists and designers can take part in the competition, presenting paintings, sculptures, photographs, video art, performance pieces, virtual and digital art. Their mission is to support…

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    Cult becomes art – Special exhibition “Studio Berlin” at Berghain

    The club scene in Berlin is down; no parties, no music. Many clubs are experiencing enormous financial pressure, such as the legendary techno club Berghain in Berlin. In order to deal with the impacts of the Corona Virus, the club was converted into an exhibition location. Instead of queuing up to dance, you now wait there for art.  The Myth…

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    Annie Taylor Tells Us About the SCOPE Art Show in Times of Covid-19

    The SCOPE Art Show, which has taken place in New York and Miami for over 15 years, is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends, SCOPE has garnered extensive critical acclaim with cumulative sales of well over $1 billion and an attendance of 1.2 million visitors. In…

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    Virtual Museums and Art Galleries to Explore During the Coronavirus

    What we are experiencing right now is a profound moment in history. We are all in a state of physical stagnation while trying to cope with a mind that continues to produce, elaborate and wonder so as not to succumb to the boredom that this imposed immobility sometimes creates. There are positives, however. We have rediscovered communities, fragments of a…

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    5 Exhibitions Opening in Paris This Week

    Home to some of the world’s greatest museums, Paris has lots to offer in terms of arts and culture. For locals and tourists alike, it can be hard to sort through the myriad of opportunities and places to go. Discover five exhibitions in Paris that are opening this week, from fashion-centric retrospectives to innovative digital technologies on display. Harper’s Bazaar…

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    Behind the Scenes with Singulart at the Société Générale Art Collection

    To mark the 25th anniversary of the Société Générale art collection, Singulart went on a private tour of the galleries in Paris. Established in 1995, the Société Générale’s collection is comprised of around 1,400 contemporary artworks. None of them are in storage and every single piece is exhibited, changing its place from time to time to ensure a little variation.…