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We are an online art resource, specializing in the promotion and celebration of the very best in New Contemporary Art from around the globe.
WOW x WOW will blow your minds with stunning visual images that wow and inspire. Constantly striving to bring you original content, we will deliver in-depth interviews with artists, gallerists, authors and anyone else we feel has something interesting to say about the New Contemporary Art movement. We will also be a unique destination for New Contemporary guest blog posts, in which we give a free rein to creatives within the field to write about their technique, inspiration, interests, process, thoughts, or maybe they have something they’d just like to get off their chest. So, whether we are exposing you to hot emerging talent or keeping you up to date with the more established artists that you already know and love, WOW x WOW will always be worth a visit.
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Latest from the Blog
Nychos was born in Austria in 1982 and is currently based in Vienna. He is an integral part of the international street art scene and has created hundreds of murals. His work has... Read More
‘The Energy Anatomy’ by Lara Dann My childhood was one of constant change and disruption. The strongest first impression that I can recall was that of my parents divorcing and my father leaving.... Read More
Josie Morway is a painter and designer working in Providence, Rhode Island. She has shown her artwork widely, from the DeCordova Museum in Massachusetts to the streets of Juarez, Mexico and Los Angeles.... Read More
Richard J Oliver’s beautifully rich and profoundly rewarding imagery invokes a lexicon of visceral sentiments within us, which encourage our inevitably deep rooted emotional connections with his subjects. Oliver invites us to accompany... Read More
Erlend Tait is a Scottish visual artist based in the Highlands of Scotland. He grew up on the Black Isle, spending holidays in Orkney, then studied Drawing & Painting at Grays school of... Read More
‘The Gatekeepers’ by Jean-Pierre Arboleda The threats of deforestation and wildlife trade are some of the problems that are contributing to a decrease in the families of the slow loris, tarsiers, and galagos.... Read More
Born in Santa Monica, California in 1974, Jean-Pierre Roy is a Brooklyn-based artist. Jean-Pierre received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2002 and was awarded a one-year fellowship from... Read More