I am transforming multiples of a single object, which on it's own is loaded with symbolism, but in a group becomes an aesthetically pleasing object. This sculpture is called Lush and pays homage to plump, luscious lips whether natural or enhanced.
Anthony Moman explains his use of syringes as an artistic means of expression. Filmed in July 2017 at the Personal Structures Group Show, Palazzo Mora, Venice.
The Venice Biennale ends on the 26th of November and so does the Personal Structures group exhibition. It has been exciting and gratifying to have thousands of people visiting Palazzo Mora but all good things must come to an end. If you can't make Venice some of my work can be viewed in another beautiful … Continue reading Still time to see these syringe sculptures in Venice
Wild Child continues Moman’s theme of syringes in art. The child like features are emphasized with the colourful “butterfly” needles that are used to create her hair. Syringes are symbolic and provoke many different emotional reactions, mostly negative. Often associated with drug taking, syringes can, however, alleviate pain, cure and protect against life threatening diseases, … Continue reading Artist Anthony Moman Creates A Haunting Sculpture From Syringes
Wild Child by Anthony Moman continues the theme of using syringes in art to convey a mixed message
PERSONAL STRUCTURES – Open Borders
OPENING PERIOD: 13 May – 26 November 2017
Arriving in Venice last week, I was greeted by dark skies, rumbles of thunder and then rain….but wait a minute ! Who cares about the weather. I have been invited to exhibit my artwork at the preeminent cultural event in the most beautiful city in the whole world !
Sharing Palazzo Mora and Personal Structures is the Kiribati National Pavilion
The Venice Biennale draws hundreds of thousands of art lovers and professionals from all over the world and I am going to be a part of this for the next 7 months, so I repeat, who cares about the weather.
After checking in to my apartment, I decided to head off to Palazzo Mora early to check that the lights did not reflect too much off the plexiglas cases. This palazzo is one of the three palazzi…
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Last week I was back in Venice at Palazzo Mora to meet a collector and film an interview on my what makes Anthony Moman tick. I had a stimulating and frank discussion with a group of extremely bright, future art professionals and was definitely out of my comfort zone. There were some sharp and challenging … Continue reading Baring My Soul (or so it felt)
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