Women in Art

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    In Conversation with Alexandra Link

    Deputy editor-in-chief for the German edition of ELLE magazine, Alexandra Link is a committed woman; a fervent defender of gender equality. At SINGULART, we think that one day is not enough. So, for International Women’s Month, we collaborated with her on a guest-curated collection that highlights the representation of women in art, by women artists. We asked her a few…

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    Georgia O’Keeffe Finally Unfurls at The Pompidou

    From eye catching irises, to gorgeous jimson flowers, Georgia O’Keeffe is famed in the U.S and U.K for her canvases exploring the crevices and contours of macroscopic blooms. Nevertheless, her significance as an artist, and positioning as the mother of American Modernist painting does not solely rest on these brightly colored close-ups, but upon her prolific versatility and experimentation with…

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    Abstract Art Is Feminine: A Shout-Out to Hilma af Klint

    In 1911, the Russian painter Wassily Kandinsky, allegedly created a watercolor entitled “First Abstract Watercolour.” As the title suggests, Kandinsky was keen to be perceived as the first abstract artist. In a letter to his gallery owner Jerome Neumann in 1935, it becomes clear: “Dear Mr. Neumann, unfortunately the only thing missing is the photograph of the first abstract picture…

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    Her World: SINGULART Women Artists on Every Continent

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, SINGULART is continuing its focus on Women Artists with a trip around the world! This article is focused on artists who work on separate continents, yet their artistic vision shares a throughline of exploration and artistic excellence. Asia: Nafiseh Emran Award-winning Iranian artist Nafiseh Emran creates work that is inspired by the world around…

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    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…

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    The 5 Most Highly Rated Female Artists On The Art Market

    Why do we feel obliged to specify “female artists” when we never say “male artists”? How many names of female artists can you name? The international art world, despite being recognised for its innovative character, lags far behind in the field of equality. The representation of women in museums is no more than 5%. In the art market, women account…

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    5 Influential Women In The Art World

    Women are still a minority in the art world today. While women account for 60% of art school enrolments, merely 25% of Tate Modern exhibitions feature works by women artists. This statistic drops to 7% for MoMA. We must face the facts: in art as in society, a women’s work is often sidelined. Why is this so? Firstly, the professional…

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    Meet Catherine Morris: Curator at the Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum

    For International Women’s Day, SINGULART is highlighting the stories of women in the art world, from artists to art historians and curators such as Catherine Morris. Working as an independent curator before becoming the curator in chief at the Elizabeth A.Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum, Catherine Morris researches how feminism shaped art and our perceptions. In…

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    Meet the women artists of the exclusive curated sale for Women’s Day

    In honor of International Women’s Day, SINGULART is dedicating an entire week to highlight and explore influential women that shape the world of art today. The online contemporary art gallery will dedicate each day from the 8th – 14th ofMarch to one aspect of the art market, discussing collectors, curators, art history and much more. During this week, SINGULART is…

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    Women Artists Who Impact Our Public Spaces Through Art

    History has always been reflected and visualized through art. It is therefore no surprise that some of the most famous sculptures are reason alone to visit a city, spark heated debates on a global scale or travel the world as a symbol of motherhood. In this article, SINGULART would like to shine a light on a few of these important…