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Primal Cat (variation)

Primal Cat (variation), 2015 - Katy Moran

Primal Cat (variation), 2015

Katy Moran

Print
30.6 x 38 cm / 12.05 x 14.96 inch
Edition of 20 unique variations, signed and numbered by the artist
€1600

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  • Medium: inkjet print on photo rag paper with fabric collage
  • This work is framed
  • Ships in 5 to 10 business days from United Kingdom

about this work

Primal Cat (variation) (2015) is the first ever limited edition print by London based Katy Moran and is based on the painting Primal Cat (2014), which is included in the exhibition at Parasol unit. The painted image has been made into a beautiful inkjet print on high quality photo rag paper and each has been individually collaged by the artist. The 20 unique pieces are already framed to the artist’s specification in dark wood by Darbyshire Framers, London.

Primal cat (variation) was published by Parasol Unit in London on the occasion of the solo exhibition by Katy Moran in 2015.

about Katy Moran

°1975, Manchester (UK) – lives and works in London (UK)

Although Katy Moran’s gestural and highly evocative paintings may appear to be abstract, the artist herself is invariably concerned with the figurative. For her, ideas arise out of the process of painting. She works with the paint, consciously and subconsciously preserving and rejecting marks until she sees they are alive with the energy and power that she considers right.

Katy Moran has had numerous solo exhibitions, including shows at Tate St Ives; Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin; and Wexner Center for the Arts, Colombus. Her work has also been shown in various international group shows at venues such as Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; SFMOMA, San Francisco; and Tate Britain, London.

Moran has works in public collections at the Tate, London; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and SFMOMA, San Francisco.

Katy Moran is represented by the following galleries;
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Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York

Modern Art, London

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