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Concrete Ciphers

16 January 2019

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measure | decipher

07 November 2015

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  • Building Blocks

    Since his first solo measure/decipher in 2015, Pratap Morey has been trying to understand Mumbai's space crunch in a variety of ways. Concrete Ciphers at TARQ, Mumbai, from the 16th of January to the 28th of February, continues his exploration of the urban jungle. The exhibition is full of stark lines that represent the limits of rooms.

    Staying clear of humans and their activities, Morey draws our attention to mechanised and emotionless routines.

    Art India
    15 Mar 2019
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  • Mumbai is Upgrading, Morey is watching


    Artist Pratap Moreys architectural drawings define Mumbais redevelopment geography of skywalks metros and high-rise glass structures

    Mid-day
    10 Feb 2019
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  • Pratap Morey’s new solo tries to decode Mumbai’s ever-changing cityscape


    In ‘Concrete Ciphers’, the artist turns to themes instantly familiar to Mumbaikars, leading to imaginative and engaging art pieces

    Architectural Digest
    21 Jan 2019
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  • Domus | Cartographical Chaos, Confetti



    THE SENSE OF DISTANCE WE ADOPT TOWARDS OUR EVERYDAY LIVING

    Showcasing the changing geographies of urban spaces, the exhibition of intricate paper works delves into issues of contemporary urban environment. Using architectural drawings, juxtaposed with several other media, the images reveal delirious worlds of urbanscapes constantly evolving, producing realms of near-fictional domains

    Domus
    09 Nov 2018
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  • Architectural Digest, The highlights from Mumbai’s luxury art and design fair, 2018



    This art gallery couldn’t have had a more exacting name. TARQ—Sanskrit for “discussion, abstract reasoning, logic and cause”—came into being four years ago to instigate conversations on art and its varied nuances and perspectives. Its inception was led by an intent to become an incubator for emerging contemporary artists and offer them a platform to bring their very best to connoisseurs and collectors. With this in mind, TARQ is not just a robust gallery that has hosted nearly 40 exhibitions and participated in art fairs and exhibitions in India and around the globe, but is also a lively space for a creative discourse on art and culture.

    11 Oct 2018
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  • Architectural Digest discover, Lights! Camera! Action!

    Rahul Khanna headlines AD's latest production, a stellar cast of furniture and home accessories.

    Architectural Digest
    28 Oct 2016
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  • Rhythmic Spaces

    The pictorial elements rationally superimposed on the format govern the focal point of the overall composition and through them Pratap attempts subtle statements of satire

    27 May 2016
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  • Hallucinations of continuous construction

    Mashed up images of urban development define Pratap Morey's perspectival landscapes in measure/decipher at Tarq , Mumbai , from the 6th of November to the 5th of December

    Art India
    01 Apr 2016
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  • Domus | The Geography of things



    With myriad interpretations and approaches to cartography, space, and geography, this feature focuses especially on artworks that incorporated map-making at the Kochi Biennale 2015. The powerful imagery indicates the unreliability and arbitrary nature of the world as we know it today, and how we engage with and navigate ‘space’, both physically and politically

    Domus
    11 Dec 2015
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  • Moving on

    An ongoing city exhibition features artwork that depict how urbanization , redevelopment and displacement has changed Mumbai's landscape

    HT Cafe
    09 Nov 2015
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  • The sense of distance we adopt towards our everyday living

    Showcasing the changing geographies of urban spaces, the exhibition of intricate paper works delves into issues of contemporary urban environment. Using architectural drawings, juxtaposed with several other media, the images reveal delirious worlds of urbanscapes constantly evolving, producing realms of near-fictional domains

    Domus
    01 Dec 2015
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