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    Hee Sook Kim and her experience in Artists Residencies

    Hee Sook Kim is a talented artist from South Korea who lives and works in the US. As an internationally distinguished artist, Hee Sook Kim has been the recipient of several art prizes. Her works are in several public collections and numerous reviews have been dedicated to her creations. To date she has been fortunate enough to have participated in…

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    Kaoru Shibuta experience in Artists Residencies

    Kaoru Shibuta is an exciting Japanese painter whose works have been exhibited internationally. He has been the recipient of several major Art prizes for his artistic creations, which are based on the poetic symphony and transformation of visual notes. In the last 3 years, Kaoru Shibota has participated in 12 Artists Residencies all over the World. We sat down with…

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    5 Dutch Artists to Discover

    The Netherlands is entwined with a North European flair that is transferred to the canvas from the artists who immerse themselves within this cultural bastion. Singulart is proud to highlight five contemporary artists that live and work here. NellyVan Nieuwenhuijzen Nelly van Nieuwenhuijzen is a contemporary art painter, born 1944 in Baarland, the Netherlands. Thematically eclectic, landscapes and female/doll faces are…

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    Early Beginnings of Singulart’s Artists

    All artists have a story behind their work and their current style. The origins and beginnings of their artistic universe hide interesting and humorous stories that give meaning to their current art. At Singulart, we wanted to highlight origin stories of some our artists’ art. Marco aka STOZ, Italy Marco Stazzini (aka STOZ) is an emerging Italian artist with international…

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    5 Chilean Artists to Discover

    Chile is entwined with a South American flair that is transferred to the canvas from the artists who immerse themselves within this cultural bastion. Singulart is proud to highlight five contemporary artists that live and work here. Eileen Lunecke Eileen Lunecke had a mentor, painter Pablo Flández, who in a certain way urged her to paint landscapes inspired by the…

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    5 Singulart Artists Speak Up on Black Lives Matter

    Contemporary art is very intriguing as it often depicts and reflects on current affairs, sometimes in a critical way that wants to shine a light on societal shortcomings and aims to push humanity to do better. In light of recent events, the Black Lives Matter movement became once more a powerful voice that demanded change. To empower the voices of…

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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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    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 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…