Born in Salta, Argentina
Lives and works in Miami and Los Angeles, USA
Diego Singh is a multi-disciplinary artist who explores language, communication, and confusion relating to perception. Singh, who studied both social communications and art direction, believes it is important to relate his art to the dynamics and dialogues taking place in the real world, and avoid art that is “dining on its own references alone with no friends, talking to itself.” For example, he creates works that have cross-disciplinary references, exemplified in his paintings that refer to the history of sculpture. A recurring theme in his work is the self-portrait, which for Singh an allegorical vehicle to question the fixity of character traits, gender, and history.
Diego Singh completed an MA at the Direccion de Arte Asociacion Argentina de Agencias de Publicidad (AAAP), Buenos Aires, Argentina and a BA at the Unversidad Kennedy, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Selected solo exhibitions include: "Plateau Plateau", Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami, USA (2014), "unimodern gondolier", Various Small Fires, Los Angeles, USA (2013) and "Uploading Submarine", Annarumma Gallery, Naples, Italy (2013).
Selected group exhibitions include: "Summer Time Blues", Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami, USA (2011) and "Feedback", The Moore Space, Miami, USA (2008).