• Manny Prieres


    Madrid, Spain



    Every collision leaves behind a trace: debris, a trail of residue that marks the site where violence took place. The work of Manny Prieres is that sort of remnant, the product of the clash between a traditional, temperamental heritage, and an intense, idiosyncratic counterculture. During the process of this convergence, a series of artifacts are created. They stand at the threshold of a new folklore—the iconography of a new tradition.


    In this sense, Prieres is an archaeologist. One that has painstakingly and lovingly preserved the objects of an unexplored civilization: their symbols, gods, rituals and lore. These artifacts bring up tales from the artist’s personal history, creating new narratives that, despite having hybrid elements from multiple sources of influence, are nevertheless moving towards an entirely different place.


    Prieres lives and works in Miami, and has been involved with the local art community for the past 15 years. His work has been exhibited nationally and abroad.

    • When discussing any type of weapon, the most important factor is not the acquisition of that weapon, but rather it’s application
      2012, Silkscreen Ink on Panel, 50″ x 38″

    • America when will you give your eggs to India?
      2012, Silkscreen Ink on Panel, 50″ x 38″  

    • My income was cracking under the strain of our joy-ride
      2012, Silkscreen Ink on Panel, 50″ x 31.25″  

      2010, mixed media on mounted board, 60” x 80”

    • WE INSIST!
      2010, Graphite, Gouache, and Enamel on Mounted Paper, 12” x 12”

    • Black Bar
      2012, Graphite, gouache, and enamel on board, 15″ x 20″  

    • Loud Fast Rules
      2012, Graphite, gouache, and enamel on board, 10″ x 15″  

    • Big Black Shape
      2012, Graphite, gouache, and enamel on board, 20″ x 20″  

    • Left Behind
      2012, Graphite and gouache on board, 15″ x 20″  

    • XXX
      2012, Graphite, gouache on board, 10″ x 8″

    • Works Sets You Free
      2012, Graphite, gouache on board, 30″ x 20″  

    • They Must Be Destroyed On Sight
      2012, Graphite and gouache on board, 20″ x 15″  
    • Black Book Series

      The Great Gatsby
      2012, Graphite, gouache on paper, 7.5″ x 5″
    • Black Book Series

      The Catcher in the Rye
      2011, Graphite, gouache on paper, 8.25″ x 7″
    • Black Book Series

      Animal Farm
      2011, Graphite, gouache on paper, 7.5″ x 5.125″
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