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As well as being in the group show PiGreco in Pietrasanta, I was invited to introduce some of my sculptures during the Salone del Mobile aka Milan Design Week. The venue was the really cool restaurant/bar/cafe/gallery/concept store Deus Ex Machina and was organised and presented by Futura Art Gallery.
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
Really happy to announce that my sculptures are now in Galleria Futura, Pietrasanta, Futura Art Gallery via Garibaldi 10, Pietrasanta firstname.lastname@example.org
Exploring the transformation of 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.
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
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)