Anne Thompson

Anne Thompson is an artist whose practice includes writing and curating. She currently lives in Columbia, Missouri, where she is a 2015-16 Fellow at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. She is the founder of the I-70 Sign Show, a public art and events project that engages Missouri’s billboard […]

Dan Price

In lieu of a traditional biography, this is what Dan Price sent: As to the bio please just call me an artist, writer, surfer, father, simple living guy who plays Handpans. If you mention my web address all my ebooks and social media is there. Past published books include Radical Simplicity, How To Make A […]

David Johnston

David Johnston founded Accept & Proceed with an aim to produce clear, simple, purposeful design. He has cultivated an enviable roster of clients for Accept & Proceed who now create global work for amongst others; Google, Nike, and Rapha. Having studied design at Central Saint Martins and with a career spanning Europe, David has worked for the Overland Group and branding giants including Interbrand and Newell […]

Brainard Carey

Brainard Carey lectures on art and art education. He is an artist that collaborates with his wife Delia Carey. Their collaborative, Praxis was included in the Whitney Biennial and they continue to make art, exhibit in biennials as well as conduct workshops and shows for their current project, The Museum of Non-Visible Art. The interviews on […]

Stefan Simchowitz

Stefan Simchowitz (born in Johannesburg, South Africa on October 8, 1970) is a Los Angeles-based art collector, art curator, and art advisor. He is a vocal proponent of social media as a legitimate vector for discovering, distributing, and popularizing the fine arts, primarily using Facebook and Instagram as platforms for self-promotion, discovering new artists, and […]

Elisabeth von Samsonow

Elisabeth von Samsonow is a Vienna based artist and philosopher. She has run the miniature circus “Hieronimus” after her studies, and started teaching philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in Munich. She was a guest student to the studios of Eduardo Paolozzi and Daniel Spoerri who had held chairs at the Munich art academy that time. When she moved […]

Become a Member of the Museum of Non-Visible Art

“Membership” as they say, “has its —— .”  That’s how we feel about your membership here. Includes perks and discounts as well as private party invitations. Also a beautiful member card with varnish on it and hand-drawn elements. Learn more by just clicking right here on these words.

Press Clippings for MONA

The kickstarter project was a huge hit and it generated significant buzz that continues to grow. From around the globe, news outlets to blogs have asked the question – what is non-visible art? They have answered it in thoughtful ways to cheeky comments, and almost every journalist has made a non-visible work of their own […]

MONA Manifesto

A MANIFESTO: TO CLARIFY THE NON-VISIBLE 1. Art itself is nothing. All that matters is what is left. The afterglow. The ambition is to produce this. We strive for an afterglow with no thing preceding. A glow. Phosphenes. 2. The only surface worth painting is the mind of the viewer. The viewing of art should […]