I have combined my favourite symbols in this new sculpture. I use gold because I like the irony when used to create a skull. We are a consumerist society obsessed with status symbols and the pursuit of wealth and power. The skull, however, reminds us that we are all mortal and the dripping wax is … Continue reading Vanitas – new sculpture
La Vita è Bella sculpture was conceived during the lockdown in Italy . I was so moved and inspired by the courageous work of the critical care doctors and nurses who were treating Covid-19 patients that I wanted to honour them. Due to strict travel restrictions I was unable to get to my studio in … Continue reading Life Is Beautiful new Moman sculpture (from Covid-19 to Pietrasanta)
Looking at these alluring colours and one can easily forget that these are actually medical instruments used to administer life saving drips or donate blood. I love examining these banal objects and seeing how I can give them a second lease of life. Butterfly needles and tubes
The Tree of Life symbolizes health and optimism for a brighter future. I have used these syringes to create it because these everyday medical instruments which are mainly used in drawing blood for donation or for delivering iv fluids into the body are crucial to a patient's survival. Trees are also important to our survival … Continue reading The Tree of Life is Anthony Moman’s interpretation “of the mythical using the practical”
Anthony Moman at Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta
Am really happy to announce a solo exhibition in Pietrasanta from August 11th - September 8th at Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta. Full details will be announced soon.
April 7th 2018 the Futura Art gallery opened in Pietrasanta with an eclectic array of art on the theme of Pi Greco. I am delighted to be a part of this collective show, along with Paolo Dovichi, Szymon Oltarzewski, Mimmo Paladino, Tom Jó Coladelli, Philippe Delenseigne, Alfredo Sasso, Girolamo Ciulla, Roberto Fallani and Armando Marrocco. … Continue reading Pi – A Mystery Inside An Enigma