Lives and Works: London
Ipoh born artist Rajinder Singh received his MFA from LaSalle in Singapore and has shown widely across the world. His recent show at Isabel Anchorena Gallery in Buenos Aires opened to an enthusiastic reception. In 2010, he was featured in an Amsterdam based compendium of artists '1000 living painters'. In 2011, he was a finalist in an open call for a New York based art organisation, 3rd Ward. In 2013, he was one of final 100 for the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in London. He was also recently selected as the final 400 of the '100 painters of tomorrow' publication by Thomas & Hudson. His work has been featured in several other publications and art blogs worldwide. He lives and works out of studios in Dublin and London.
Visual artist, Rajinder Singh works full-time out of his studios in West London and Dublin. His work today is often situated in between form and formlessness, either leaking away or resolutely building some potential for alternate systems of knowings. In M.O.L.C., Rajinder explores the idea of his paintings as dig sites to grapple with topics such as peculiar histories, dichotomies, mark-making, and the excavation of 'texts'.
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