It’s been one of the most exciting experiences of my life – to show my work at Saatchi Gallery. Exhibiting at Collect met all my expectations. As an emerging artist it gave me the exposure I need both on a macro level with a lot of national press including my Radio interview with Robert Elms on BBC London, and at a micro level I was able to meet collectors, curators, consultants and museum directors. I am also pleased that the National Museum of Norway are acquiring my first book Dead Man’s Patterns for their Special Collections having seen my installation. On an artistic note the experience has allowed me to evaluate and think of ways to develop the work for my upcoming solo London show at Margaret Street Gallery. This is the second time I have worked with the Crafts Council and I have to say it’s always a pleasure to see the level of high standard and professionalism. Lovely photos taken by Denis Laner, Deborah Goldman and Roy Hayward.
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- RT @BowArts: We're looking for an artist to create a series of artworks as part of the new Bow School development! bit.ly/10R7AKn #… 18 hours ago
- RT @LauraEllenBacon: My website has been updated to include my recent exhibit at 'Collect', Saatchi Gallery lauraellenbacon.com/work/internal_… 18 hours ago
- RT @MargaretStGlry: A nice mention of @MargaretStGlry's Artist in Residence, Hormazd Narielwalla @narielwalla disneyrollergirl.net #Colle… 18 hours ago
- RT @AmyAbbottArt: Food for thought!, Lady Gardens- Hormazd Narielwalla thefabelist.com/2013/03/lady-g… 19 hours ago
- RT @funkyrugs: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: Hormazd Narielwalla's Collage and Sculpture @Interior_Design - ow.ly/kBPW6 19 hours ago
- An addition to my Pretty Boy series
- Pretty Boys
- Feature in Interior Design - the Fashion Explosion issue, New York
- I'm so Vain, I thought the show is about me!
- Semprey Magazine features Dead Men's Patterns - Memento Mori Skull Show
- Line Drawing - Birth of the Tuxedo-Man
- Love-Nest Private View at Margaret Street Gallery