GRIMM announces the representation of London-based painter Francesca Mollett

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GRIMM announces the representation of London-based painter Francesca Mollett
Francesca Mollett, Naming moths, 2022. Oil and acrylic on calico, 100 x 130 cm | 39 3/8 x 51 1/8 in.



NEW YORK, NY.- Francesca Mollett makes abstract paintings that react to space and context. Her works are reflections of light and surface formed over a long, fluid and precise process composed through addition and subtraction. Often influenced by literature, Mollett reveals a deep relationship between the ethos of life and of time, elusive and unable to be articulated through representation alone. In this, abstraction -through colour and texture- becomes an attentive way of considering these affinities. In many of her works, we see organic subjects rendered, so their defining details of difference dissolve into new yet familiar grounds. Through this careful balance of specificity Mollett’s practice invites us into spaces of desire, understanding, and candid encounter.

Of her most recent work, critic and curator Tom Morton has written:

These are works much concerned with grasping the intangible... a moth, if touched, crumbles to dust. And yet, looking at Mollett’s paintings – in which the contours of plants and insects dissolve to the point where conventional classification becomes impossible, and a more radical specificity obtains – we get the impression of a poised moment in which thought emerges from the pigment in the form of an image, and something elusive is understood. She is an artist whose work argues for her medium’s necessity, for painting’s unique ability to illuminate those delicate, often hidden aspects of the world that would otherwise remain dark.

Mollett is deeply intrigued by the conceit that the surface of a painting can be a shifting passage to experience a fragmented interior space collaged with varying states of consciousness from, memory, flow, rupture, and anticipation. Moved by painting’s ability to foster an exchange with a viewer and deconstruct their preconceptions, the artist connects us to the brilliant and spectral patterns of life we often miss in the realm of the quotidian.

Francesca Mollett (b. 1991, Bristol, UK) received her MA in Painting from the Royal College of Art, London (UK) in 2020, having previously studied at the Royal Drawing School and Wimbledon College of Art, London (UK). Recent solo exhibitions include The Moth in the Moss at Taymour Grahne Projects, London (UK), 2022, Spiral Walking at Baert Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (US), 2022 and Wild Shade at Informality Gallery, London (UK) 2021. She was included in the group exhibition The Kingfisher’s Wing curated by Tom Morton at GRIMM, New York, NY (US) 2022. Her work has also been featured in numerous group shows including Down in Albion at L.U.P.O. Lorenzelli Projects, Milan (IT), 2022; Le coeur encore at The approach, London (UK), 2021; Diaries of a Climate at Baert Gallery, Los Angeles, CA (US), 2021; and London Grads Now at Saatchi Gallery, London (UK), 2020.










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