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Welcome to WOW x WOW!

​We are an online gallery and art resource, specializing in exhibiting, promoting and celebrating the very best New Contemporary Art from around the globe.

With our progressive new gallery platform, WOW x WOW intends to take a step back from any of the restrictions that ‘themed’ shows can impose on an artist’s natural expression, and instead provide a stage for participating artists to showcase new pieces from their personal and ongoing output of work.

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Our gallery, which launched in June 2017, is 100% online and focused on delivering shows which allow artists full creative freedom. One of the many benefits collectors can expect, is for artwork to ship very soon after purchase, as it is not required to hang on a gallery wall for the duration of any given show.

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Check out the WxW Inventory, which along with our exhibits, provides fantastic opportunities to view available artworks from both established and emerging international talent. We offer art in a wide variety of price ranges and the inventory is constantly being updated with both original pieces and limited edition prints.

Be sure to keep an eye on the exhibitions we have lined up in the future. All shows will consist of brand new and previously unexhibited works. Our exhibition programme for 2020 is full of exciting group shows. Next up is ​'WOW² (Volume IV)' which opens on 4th September and runs until ​25th September.

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Featured Artists

Jon MacNair - Coddled

‘Coddled’ by Jon MacNair


Medium: India Ink on Paper
Dimensions: 14'' x 18''
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

Alice Lin - I Love Unicorn

' I Love Unicorn' by Alice Lin


Medium: Traditional Chinese Pigment Inks on Rice Paper
Dimensions: 35'' x 44''
Framing: Framed (Frame Size: 39'' x 48'')
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: China

Robert Steven Connett - MICROVERSE IV

'MICROVERSE IV' by Robert Steven Connett


Medium: Acrylic on Wood Panel
Dimensions: 16'' x 16''
Framing: Framed (Frame Size: 22'' x 22''
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

Frank Gonzales - Burrowing Owl

'Burrowing Owl' by Frank Gonzales


Medium: Acrylic on Panel
Dimensions: 8'' x 8''
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

Pamela Tait - Friends Together at Culbokie Woods

'Friends Together at Culbokie Woods' by Pamela Tait


Medium: Etching. Edition of 25
Dimensions: 11'' x 11.2''
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: UK

Charlie Immer - Dicey Span Sprint

'Dicey Span Sprint' by Charlie Immer


Medium: Oil on Panel
Dimensions: 12'' x 12''
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2017
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

Friends of WOW x WOW

Our blog is frequently updated with original and exclusive content. We deliver in-depth interviews with artists, curators, authors and anyone else we feel has something interesting to say about the New Contemporary Art movement. WOW x WOW is also 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 whatever they feel the urge to talk about. 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.

Our interviews are a fantastic way of learning more about the thoughts, feelings and inspirations of the artists we feature. It is important to us that we succeed in diving below the surface in order to bring you in-depth, insightful and meaningful glimpses into creative life.

Through guest blogs, we allow invited contributors to speak freely on any subject of their own choosing. We only ask that chosen topics pertain to some facet of their creative lives, with the aim of providing you with truly unadulterated content from the artists we admire.

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We love to shine a light on creatives that inspire, and our artist profiles do just that. With a leaning towards artists whose work is rich in symbolism and has a narrative slant, we take great pleasure in showing recognition to both emerging and established talent alike.

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