Hormazd Narielwalla (1979) is a London-based artist who works in collage.
Narielwalla uses found materials; bespoke Savile Row tailoring patterns, and their antiquarian and contemporary trade counterparts, to create artworks exploring the body in abstract form. His work is a meditation on the human condition. His new series of works Lost Gardens, an exploration of the notions of culture and migration, is commissioned and currently exhibited by Southbank Centre. His work was shown at V&A Museum London Shop and he won the 2014 Saatchi Art Showdown Prize .
In September 2016 Narielwalla won the Paupers Press Prize at the International Print Biennial in Newcastle, UK, resulting in a commission to show at the Royal Academy of Arts for 2017. Narielwalla’s first Solo Show, Study on Anansi, was sponsored and exhibited by Sir Paul Smith. He has developed a permanent presence and critical acclaim in the academic and commercial art world alike.