Naomi Vona

Naomi Vona
Born 1982
Hometown Desio, Italy
Lives and Works London, UK
Photography, Brera Academy of Fine Arts, Milan, MI, 2009
Design and Applied Arts, Brera Academy of Fine Arts, Milan, MI, 2006

Naomi Vona is an Italian artist based in London who works in a variety of media including photography, collages and video art. Her latest project is focused on collage, where she works with vintage found vinyl covers, photos and postcards to create new context for the original shots. Using pens, paper, coloured tape and stickers, Vona transforms each of her collages, inspired by her personal background. Says the artist of her practice, “I consider my collages a reflection of my past and present, but they also allow me to keep a curious look into an imaginary future.”

Vona has exhibited her works in several group and solo shows including Kimball Art Center, Park City, Utah, Eight Gallery, Dublin, Luan Gallery, Athlone, Ireland, SOMArts Cultural Centre, San Francisco and Art Museum MARCA, Catanzaro, Italy. Her work has been published in Curve Magazine, Gianna Magazine, Kaltblut Magazine and The Commission, amongst others.

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