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    Malangatana: Modernism and Post-Colonial Identity

    Mozambican-born painter, Malangatana Valente Ngwenya (1936-2011), was an important figure in African modern art. His artwork is represented in public museums including the Art Institute of Chicago and Tate Modern, London. The development of his style is situated in the socio-cultural context of his country’s fight for independence against Portuguese rule. His paintings created from the 1960s to the 1970s…

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    Meeting with Interior Designer: Laurent Maugoust

    Laurent Maugoust graduated from the Camondo School in 1999 and is now the director of his own interior design agency. For more than 15 years, the architect has brought his expertise to the international high-end hotel industry. During an exclusive meeting, Singulart was able to exchange with the architect about his career and his projects. What inspired you to become…

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    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…

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    5 Minutes With Kailin Zhao

    Kailin Zhao, an award-winning Chinese painter living in the United States, has exhibited across Asia, North America, and Europe. Through traditional and contemporary realism techniques, his portraits capture the innocence of young women. Zhao invokes a dreamlike sense of longing, expectation, and desire in his pieces. He favours both acrylics and oils on canvas or wood. When did you know…

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    Meet the Founder of the Arctic Hideaway Residency, Havard Lund

    Singulart is happy to announce a special collaboration with the Arctic Hideaway residency in Norway, to offer unique opportunities to Singulart artists. Meet the founder, Havard Lund, and discover this magical place. What is the Arctic Hideaway?  Today, the Arctic Hideaway is a Norwegian residency made up of 12 small monofunctional houses in the arctic archipelago of Fleinvær, with bedrooms, a…

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    Recap: Singulart in 2020

    Traditionally, Singulart celebrates each end of the year in the company of our artists with a grand event, like we did in 2019. This year, we had the opportunity to bring the event online! During a one-hour livestream event on December 10th, Singulart’s Cofounder Véra Kempf was joined by her colleagues, to share our big moments and achievements of the…

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    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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    5 Minutes with Peter Horvath

    Peter Horvath is a Canadian multimedia and collage artist, whose collages manipulate and rework images drawn from popular culture. Horvath uses scale, juxtaposition, and saturated color in order to create surreal, often humorous artworks. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? I come from a lineage of image-makers. Both my grandfathers and my father were photographers. I…

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    5 Minutes with Gorkem Dikel

    Established Turkish painter, Gorkem Dikel has wide national exposure. Her work takes its inspiration from science fiction, space, atoms, and matter. Her collage-style paintings are made using acrylic and are incredibly detailed, often reflecting a shattered effect characteristic of Cubism. When did you know you wanted to be an artist? Besides my mom being a self-taught painter and me drawing…