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Maribelle Bierens

April 15, 2024 1:02 PM


Don't miss the final week of Marria Pratts' solo exhibition, 'SOME WIZARDS IN SAVILE ROW LONDON', at CARL KOSTYÁL. The exhibition features Pratts' monumental paintings, which showcase familiar tropes like ghosts, mice, and melting clocks in her distinctive gestural visual language. ‍

Portrait of Marria Pratts. Photography by Nacho Alegre. Courtesy of Carl Kostyál and the Artist

Pratts is an intensely generative artist who works across various mediums, including painting, sculpture, comics, ceramics, photography, video, music, neon, or whatever material is at hand. This energetic approach is reflected in Pratts' visual language, which brims with expressive gestures and raw vitality. In her studio, she tirelessly refines her multidisciplinary processes to capture what she describes as an honest, wild, and fragile reality. 

Marria Pratts A Really Good trip [cardboard pieces], 2024_studio

You can visit ‘SOME WIZARDS IN SAVILE ROW LONDON’ until April 20. For more information, visit CARL KOSTYÁL’s website. 

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