Muna Malik is a multidisciplinary artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Her work has been featured in such exhibits and publications as The New York Times, LA Times, Vogue, Annenberg Center for Photography, ICP and the MOCA Geffen. Using painting, sculpture, and photography, her work explores abstract forms, including elements of gesture and biomorphism influenced by Arabic and Somali thought, the idea of liberation through movement, and the notion of ‘identity formation’.

 

Her work has also been exhibited at Northern Spark Arts Festival, MCAD, Artworks Chicago, and The Humphrey School of Public Affairs. She has been a billboard artist in the “For Freedoms 50 State Initiative'' and “2020 Awakening.” She recently completed exhibitions at the Band of Vices Gallery LA, Annenberg Space for Photography LA with Photoville, the International Center for Photography with “For Freedoms”, Somaal House of Art in MN, and MOCA Geffen in Los Angeles. Her work has also been featured in ArtForum and i-D Magazine. She recently unveiled a new large scale interactive sculpture in Battery Park City, NYC that has made its way to Governor’s Island.