Born in Amravati, Maharashtra, Pratap Morey completed his BFA in Drawing & Painting from Vasai Vikasini College of Visual Arts in Mumbai in 2006 and Post-Graduate Diploma in Indian Aesthetics from Mumbai University in 2010. Pratap is a new media artist and his works are about changing urban geography. Through his work he addresses issues of redevelopment, displacement and radical growth of an urban space. He has a unique style of using photographic images, architectural drawing and engravings to create an artwork. He has exhibited in several shows in India as well as abroad including “Art on paper” at Weatherspoon Museum, USA; “VERNISAGGE” at Realites Nouvelles Salon in Paris; United Art Fair , New Delhi; India Art Fair , New Delhi ; “Stop Making Sense” at False Ceiling, Mumbai; and “Art Virually Real” at Gallery Art Alive, New Delhi.
He has also been a part of “Versatile Thoughts” at Precept Art Mumbai, “Art Spotting III” at Gallery Art Positive, “VAL” at Faculty of Fine Arts at MS University, Baroda, “disORGANISED” at Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai, “Movement, Medium & Metaphor” curated by Georgina Maddox at NIV Art Centre in New Delhi, “Assana – A Chair Exhibition” at Le Sutra in Mumbai “Making a Lasting Impression” at Gallery Beyond, “Phases of Matter” – Two men show at Jehangir Art Gallery & many more. Along with that, he was one of the 8 international artists invited at the prestigious Kochi Muziris Biennale in 2012. Further, he has taken part in workshops like “Graphic Workshop” at Banyan Art Studio in Baroda, “Artist Camp” at Aurobindo Ashram in Baroda Apart from this; Pratap also works in collaboration with underprivileged cancer affected children at Tata Memorial Cancer hospital in Mumbai. He is currently working in Mumbai.