Lauren Walker for The Word - 2 August 2018
For some galleries, summer means holiday, but at MARUANI MERCIER it’s just an excuse to host a double exhibition. Visual artist Guariglia, known for his creative collaborations across wide-ranging disciplines, is set to introduce his new show Like A Thief In The Night. Through his art, he tries to understand the complex world we live in and encourage political and social change. His unique transdisciplinary art practice, which is more sober and minimalistic, perfectly clashes whilst strangely complimenting the partnering exhibition: contemporary artist Maurizio Cattelan and photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari’s TOILETPAPER. Their hyperrealistic and vibrant works, which are created by re-using existing images from the Internet and magazines, are sure to catch you off guard. Utterly spoilt.