Back in the studio preparing new projects, working on sculptures in metal, furniture and rendering new digital environments. New exciting collaboration announcement coming soon. Watch this space! TULIPINQUA Sculpture by Misha Milovanovich 2021, 6 mm Powder coated mild steel H: 200cm x W: 120cm x D: 86cm Image created by: SIM Foundation for Misha Milovanovich Misha Milovanovich belongs to that ever-growing generation of postmodern artists who have spent the last years of the 2
Bonobo Misha Milovanovich 2021, London 6 mm Powder coated mild steel H: 200cm x W: 120cm x D: 86cm This sculpture is part of exhibition curated by Philippa Adams in collaboration with Eye of the Huntress. The exhibition showcases 27 international female artists and interweaves a myriad of art practice, performance, sculpture, installation, tapestry, collage, music, painting and photography. Click the link to view the exhibition: https://website-alexray.artlogic.net/exhibition
"Her Dark Materials is a celebration of female creativity and innovation across art and tech worlds." Her Dark Materials, curated by Philippa Adams, an exhibition that brings together an international group of women artists interweaving a myriad of art practice including performance, sculpture, installation, tapestry, collage, music, painting, and photography. Her Dark Materials presents work that probes into the psychological, political and cultural issues voiced by women wi
This virtual group show of 27 women-identifying artists is curated by Philippa Adams, former director and curator of London’s Saatchi Gallery. Staged in design team INVI’s digital recreation of the Wolverton Works, an abandoned and historic railway facility in the U.K. recently saved from demolition, it features works by artists including Misha Milovanovich, Nancy Cadogan, Helen Epega, and Emma Talbot.
I am very proud to be part of this project, "Her Dark Materials" curated by Philippa Adams in collaboration with Eye of the Huntress and inaugurating "WWAM" Wolverton Works Virtual Art Museum, Founded by @Philly2222. The exhibition is virtually set in the crumbling 1838 abandoned industrial warehouse "WWAM", which has been resurrected by state of the art virtual experience design agency INVI with designs by architect Julyan Wickham. Opening on June 22nd, the exhibition will s