Hormazd Narielwalla Art prints & posters

London based artist Hormazd Narielwalla produces bold abstract compositions against a backdrop of signature vintage tailoring patterns. The award winning artist explores the depiction of the human body in his works, strikingly seen the new series ' Dancing Blocks'. His other new series ' Paper Dolls' is a homage to cult icon Frida Kahlo, which is the latest addition to King & McGaw's exclusive collection of limited edition prints.

Artist Spotlight

New In: Dancing Blocks Limited Editions

King and McGaw is proud to announce our latest collaboration with Hormazd Narielwalla: The Dancing Blocks series, a collection of four Limited Editions signed by the artist.

Introducing Dancing Blocks
Hormazd Narielwalla

The Artist

Hormazd Narielwalla

Hormazd Narielwalla (born India, 1979) lives and works in London. Since attaining a PhD in Fine Art from the University of the Arts, London (2014), he has gained increasing recognition for a practice that combines collage and drawing. He is particularly regarded for elegant abstract images that re-purpose vintage, bespoke tailoring patterns, that act as frameworks through which to express ideas about identity and migration, as well as exploring aesthetic principles of line, form and space.

Narielwalla’s first solo exhibition A Study of Ananasi, was held in 2009 by Paul Smith, London and subsequent solo shows include Lost Gardens , South Bank Centre, London (2016) and Rock, Paper, Scissors, Eagle Gallery / EMH Arts, London (2020).  He won the Paupers Press Print Prize at the UK International Print Biennale in 2016 and in 2018 he was commissioned by the Victoria and Albert Museum to make prints to accompany the exhibition Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up. 

His on-going series of artist’s books publications have won awards including Best Limited Edition & Fine Binding prize at the British Book Design Awards and the Fine Art category at the UK Print Week Awards (Paper Dolls, 2019). His forthcoming artist’s book Diamond Dolls will be published in 2021 by Concentric Editions and EMH Arts, London.

Narielwalla’s work is held in numerous international private collections and public collections including the Ben Uri, British Library, National Art Library and TATE Archive. He has collaborated on major commissions for Banda Property, Four Seasons Hotel, London; Hyatt Regency, London; and the Vertus Building. An extensive permanent collection of his work can be viewed at Hackett, Saville Row.

www.narielwalla.com