Poly – Park McArthur

At Chisenhale Gallery, London Poly is the first UK solo exhibition by New York based artist Park McArthur hosted by the Chisenhale Gallery. WoMA decided to pay it a visit and was left impressed with the interaction of the pieces with the exhibition space. All … Continue readingPoly – Park McArthur

Anila Quayyum Agha

This week in WoMA inspirations section we will introduce you to another artist from Pakistan: Anila Quayyum Agha. Compared to the paintings of Waqas Khan, we can see similarities in delicate techniques they use in creating their artworks. Their origins and cultures have a very … Continue readingAnila Quayyum Agha

Art is sexy – Wang Xin

Wang Xin is a young Chinese contemporary artist. Her body of works mainly consists of installations, moving images and new media. Unconsciousness, the art world and system, and post-human are keywords in Xin’s art creations. Deeply intrigued by the human mind as well as hypnosis practices, … Continue readingArt is sexy – Wang Xin

Throat – Zhu Tian

At Lychee One Gallery, London “She was talking to me about the throat. She said that the throat was the only part of the body that could not be strengthened against attack. At least this is what is taught in Kung Fu schools. She had … Continue readingThroat – Zhu Tian