Moya Uno: A Fusion of Cultures and Mediums
At the age of 51, Moya Uno, born in 1972, embodies the spirit of contemporary creativity from his artistic haven in Montpellier, France. As a multidisciplinary artist with a decade of self-taught mastery, Uno has carved a unique niche in the world of modern art. His oeuvre spans an impressive range of mediums - from the vibrant energy of graffiti to the tactile allure of sculpture, and the evocative power of photography.
Uno's work is a symphony of influences. He draws inspiration from the vivid and ever-evolving landscape of pop culture, merging it with a deeply personal reinterpretation of Polynesian culture. This blend results in an unexpected yet harmonious confrontation with hip-hop aesthetics, offering a fresh perspective on contemporary art.
A true innovator, Uno's preferred materials are as unconventional as his artistic vision. Embracing sustainability, he skillfully repurposes materials such as recycled skateboards, spray paint cans, cardboard, and wooden pallets, transforming them into captivating art pieces.
His latest series, a collection of mesmerizing collages crafted from Japanese manga pages and original drawings, has garnered international acclaim. These creations are not just artworks; they are visual narratives that resonate with a global audience, as evidenced by their widespread popularity on social media.
Moya Uno's art is more than just a visual feast; it's a dialogue between different cultures and artistic disciplines, inviting viewers to explore a world where tradition meets modernity, and sustainability meets creativity. We are thrilled to introduce his dynamic and thought-provoking works to the art enthusiasts of Miami.