Lisa Pollman is a freelance writer who currently resides in the United States. She has a Bachelor’s degree in History and a Master’s degree in Asian Studies. Described as a person with eclectic taste, her interests include calligraffiti, contemporary Indian literature, Khmer sculpture and Mughal miniature paintings.
Areas of specialisation include Asian and Middle Eastern artists who boldly and unapologetically break new ground with subject matter or techniques and is an enthusiastic supporter to those who may be marginalized or do not have a voice. She is also interested in connecting cultures and peoples through artwork that speaks to the human condition and global ecosystem.
- ‘Art is Stronger than War’: An Interview with Afghanistan’s First Female Street Artist
- Facing our Nuclear Fears: An Interview with Artist Etsuko Ichikawa
- The Pakistani Cargo Truck Initiative: An Interview with Founder and Sculptor Asheer Akram
- Interview with Cambodian Artist Sopheap Pich: Sculpting with Bamboo
- Six Contemporary Artists from Lebanon at Taymour Grahne Gallery
- Interview with Cambodian Artist Leang Seckon: Painting Past and Present
- Art Installation in a Bengali Slum