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    5 Minutes with Inge Thogersen

    Inge Thogersen is an established Danish painter who has exhibited her work nationally and internationally. Inspired by human relationships, music, and nature, she composes abstract paintings that carry an optimistic energy and engage one’s imagination. We sat down with Inge to talk about her current projects, inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you wanted…

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    5 Moroccan Artists to Watch

    Morocco has been an intriguing artistic hub for centuries and continues to be to this day. Acting as a geographical and cultural bridge between Europe and Africa, it is a country where many styles converge, with this magical mix of colors, rituals, smells, and landscapes giving rise to many wickedly talented artists. Discover our selection of Moroccan artists – some…

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    Address Book: Marrakesh

    Morocco‘s exceptional location acts as a geographical and cultural bridge between Europe and North Africa. Mixing beauty, chaos, and color, Marrakesh is a focal point for the world of art and fashion. Many artists have been inspired by this magnificent city, one of the most modern in Morocco. “Marrakesh, a historical and contemporary confluence of people from all over Africa…

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    Andy Warhol and the Politics of Pop Art

    One of most enigmatic artists of the 20th century, Andy Warhol’s influence on art and culture is ubiquitous. The Pennsylvanian-born introvert spearheaded the Pop Art movement which mirrored the rampant celebrity and consumer culture. Pop Art was conceived out of a dissatisfaction that young artists felt towards art schools during the 1950s and 1960s. They felt that none of the…

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    5 German Art Residencies

    Since the Industrial Revolution onset a period of big business culminating in this current period of neo-liberalism, surviving as an artist has been a mental and physical challenge. This is especially difficult when sects of society tell those with aspiring artistic dreams to ‘get a real job’. We may be turning a corner, however, as in these uncertain times it…

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    Meet curators of Art Barter: Lauren Jones and Alix Janta-Polczynski

    Singulart recently had the pleasure of meeting Lauren Jones and Alix Janta-Polczynski to find out more about their work as curators and their joint project Art Barter. Established just after the 2008 economic crash, Art Barter offers an innovative way of collecting art: members of the public can acquire artworks by offering anything other than money. In this series of…

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    5 Minutes with Diana Rainova

    Diana Rainova is an established Bulgarian sculptor born in Paris who has exhibited her work nationally. Her sculptures display elegance and polish, movement and emotion. We sat down with Diana to talk about current projects, her inspiration, and the start of her artistic career. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I was born into a family…

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    5 minutes with Kaoru Shibuta

    Exciting Japanese painter Kaoru Shibuta has exhibited his work both at home in Japan and abroad in Spain, Taiwan, and Cambodia. Inspired by jazz and classical music, he predominately composes paintings that act as visual transformations of musical notes. His poetic symphony harnesses the energy of his rich local culture and blends nature, music, and art into one voice. When…

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    Address Book: New Zealand

    A country of green hills and tranquility, New Zealand is a seemingly calm country that hides the chaos that Mother Nature sometimes bestows upon this great nation. Like a phoenix, it is reborn from these ashes and rises stronger and more determined than before. Moreover, it is a country of celebrated women, even in art, a traditionally male dominated profession.…

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    Adele Younghusband: The New Zealand Artist That Typified Kiwi Resilience

    We continue to explore women’s art, this time in New Zealand: a place with emerald green valleys, where the past coexists with the present in harmony, and where women, in their essence, demand equality without nonsensical resistance. In this article, we celebrate the life of Adele Younghusband, a Kiwi artist whose works shot to prominence in her homeland in the…