Salomé Wu is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice involves oil painting, works on paper, printing on silk, installations and performance. Her work examines otherworldliness through dreamy scenes which most often depict biomorphic figures suspended in a state of contemplation. The themes of love, time, fragility, and the interplay between reality and the unseen pervade her paintings and works on paper. Across media, she presents a nonlinear journey, weaving together seemingly disparate elements that range from her personal writings to external narratives and references to artistic moments from the past.
Wu’s work is held in private collections in the UK, France, Switzerland and the USA. She has exhibited with Saatchi Gallery, London; Huxley Parlour, London; Soho Revue, London; Guts Gallery, London; Wilder Gallery, London, Modernity Stockholm, London; Delphian Gallery, London and Basel.