Lot	8 - Gori Mora - Tutti Frutti Parti
Lot	8 - Gori Mora - Tutti Frutti Parti
Lot	8 - Gori Mora - Tutti Frutti Parti

Lot 8 - Gori Mora - Tutti Frutti Parti

Oil Painting (Diptych)

2024 

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork 

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Hector Campbell

ARTIST INFO

About 

Gori Mora (b. 1992, Spain) currently works and lives in Glasgow, Scotland. In 2011 Mora moved to Barcelona to study his degree in Fine Arts at Barcelona University. In 2017 he moved to Glasgow to study the Master of Letters in Fine Art Practice at The Glasgow School of Art. After completing his Master’s programme he was awarded by the Royal Scottish Academy of Edinburgh with the Scholarship John Kinross, to spend a period of research in Florence. 

 

Education 

2017-2018 

Master of Letters in Fine Art Practice, The Glasgow School of Art, UK 

2011-2015 

Degree in Fine Arts, Barcelona University, Spain 

2014 

Barcelona Academy of Art, Expressive and Experimental Drawing Course, Spain 

 

Solo Exhibitions 

2023 

Being in Touch, Galería Pelaires, Mallorca, Spain 

2022 

LAYERING INTIMACY, Galería Pelaires, Mallorca, Spain 

2019 

#LUVTHEBODY, Casa de Cultura, Felanitx, Mallorca, Spain 

2017 

ALTERITATS, Museum and art collection, Porreres, Mallorca, Spain 

2016 

TRANSIT, AN5 Contemporary art festival, Casal Ca’n Pere Ignasi, Campos, Mallorca, Spain 

2015 

L’ESDEVENIR DEL COS, Sala d’exposicions fundació La Caixa, Porreres, Mallorca, Spain 

  

Group Exhibitions 

2024 

Art Düsseldorf, Galería Pelaires, Germany 

ARCO, Contemporary Art Fair, Galería Pelaires, Madrid, Spain 

2023 

ARCO, Contemporary Art Fair, Galería Pelaires, Madrid, Spain 

2022 

IMAGINING REALITY, Future Gallery, Berlin, Germany,  

POUNDING THE PAVEMENT, curated by Hector Campbell, Galería Pelaires, Mallorca, Spain 

COME OUT & PLAY, curated by Andrew Salgado, BEERS London, UK  

FUTURE FAIR NEW YORK, two person show with Kathryn Macnaughton, BEERS London, New York, USA 

ARCO, Contemporary Art Fair, Galería Pelaires, Madrid, Spain 

WOLVES IN SHEEP’S CLOTHING, Tuesday to Friday Gallery, Valencia, Spain 

2021 

ANDIAMO!, Royal Scottish Academy of Edinburg, UK 

2020 

MAPPING DESIRE, Duo show with Krzysztof Strzelecki, BEERS London, UK 

V2React Gallery, Miami, USA  

QUEER CONTEMPORARIES, AIR Gallery, Manchester, UK 

2019 

FLING – Relay #3, Tramway, Glasgow, UK 

#LUVTHEBODY, AN8 Contemporary art festival, Casal Sa Nostra, Campos, Mallorca, Spain 

2018 

IV CERTAMEN D’ARTS PLÀSTIQUES, Felanitx, Mallorca, Spain 

QUEER MECHANISMS, GY Arts Festival, Glasgow, UK 

CLOSE – BY, Master interim show, The Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK  

2017 

INCART, Contemporary Art Festival, Inca, Mallorca, Spain 

2016 

HOME SANT – (DE LA IL·LUSIÓ A L’ERROR), Konvent punt zero, centre cultural d’art, Barcelona, Spain 

2015 

PURGATORY, Hell collective, MUTUO Centre cutural d’art, Barcelona, Spain 

SENSE TÍTOL, Sala d’exposicions, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain 

MI OCAÑA, Club Ocaña, Barcelona, Spain 

IDENTITATS, Sala d’exposicions, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain 

2014 

WACPROJECT – Woodamp & Artists collaborating, Galeria Artevistas, Barcelona, Spain 

SWEET WALL – ALLAN KAPROW, ALTRES MANERES, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, Spain 

 

Awards 

2018 

Royal Scottish Academy of Edinburgh, John Kinross scholarship, Florence, Italy 

Shortlisted, IV Certamen d’Arts Plàstiques Ciutat de Felanitx, Mallorca, Spain 

Shortlisted, Ivan Juritz Prize, London, UK 

2012 

Reial Cercle Artístic, Institut Barcelonès d’Art, Barcelona, Spain 

 

Gallery Representation 

Galeria Pelaires 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork

“In this artwork, a bitten apple rests delicately in a hand, as a symbol of desire. A group of three figures stand intimately, suggesting a shared moment. The scene evokes a playful proximity and camp sensibility as eluded to in the title.” 

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