Lot - 15 - Melania Toma - Study Of A Worm II
Lot - 15 - Melania Toma - Study Of A Worm II
Lot - 15 - Melania Toma - Study Of A Worm II
Lot - 15 - Melania Toma - Study Of A Worm II

Lot - 15 - Melania Toma - Study Of A Worm II

mixed media on canvas

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art City Works

ARTIST INFO

About 

Melania Toma (b. 1996) is a multi-disciplinary artist living and working in London. At the centre of her practice lies the exploration of narrative subjectivity within webs of gender, power hierarchies, and ecological degradation. These intersectional analyses include concepts of hybrid femininity, structures of domesticity, and the possibilities of the transformative power of the self. Languages between the individual and the collective are at the centre of her work, in which visual semantics play with the double forces of construction and deconstruction of the real. 

 

Education 

2021 

MA Fine Art, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK 

2020 

Graduate Diploma, Chelsea College of Arts, London, UK 

2019 

BA Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Performing Arts Management, Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, Italy 

 

Solo Shows 

2023 

As Soon as the Sun Sets, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK 

2022 

Cabin UTROBA, Sarieva Gallery, Plovdiv, Bulgaria 

 

Group Shows 

2024 

Studio Response, Saatchi Gallery London, UK 

2023 

Sistema Tempo, MO.CA: Centro Per Le Nuove Culture, Brescia, Italy 

MATTER, Flowers Gallery, London, UK 

Soft Monuments, Frestonian Gallery, London, UK 

London Design Biennale, Italian Pavilion with Triennale Milano, Somerset House, London, UK 

From the Rattle, FOLD Gallery, London, UK

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