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Sunset (Good Morning Beautiful, I Waited All Night Long) (2017), oil, oil pastel, spray, and hand dyed and hand stitched linen on canvas, 245x215cm
'AFTERLIFE/OSIRIS' (2016), OIL, OIL PASTEL, SPRAY PAINT WITH MIXED MEDIA AND COLLAGE ON CANVAS WITH HAND-PAINTED AND HAND-DYED LINEN, 205X195CM
'CHRYSALIS (PORTRAIT OF A GIRL) (2016), OIL, OIL PASTEL, SPRAY, BUTTERFLIES ON HAND-DYED AND HAND-STITCHED LINEN AND CANVAS, 155X145CM
'LAZARUS' (2016), OIL, OIL PASTEL, SPRAY ON CANVAS WITH COLLAGE, MIXED MEDIA AND HAND-STITCHED AND HAND-DYED LINEN OVER 6 CANVASES, 205X210CM
'ECHO CHAMBER' (2016), OIL, OIL PASTEL, SPRAY-PAINT ON CANVAS AND LINEN
'Lets Start a War' (2016), oil and pastel on canvas, 200x170cm
'EGYPT' (2016), OIL AND OIL PASTEL ON CANVAS AND HAND-STITCHED, HAND-DYED LINEN, 205X155CM
'THE DANCING SERPENT' (2016), OIL AND OIL PASTEL ON CANVAS, STAPLES, WITH HAND-DYED AND HAND-STITCHED LINEN, 205X155CM

The large scale, gestural paintings of Andrew Salgado explore concepts relating to the destruction and reconstruction of identity – a process that he views as re-considering the conventions of figurative painting through a pursuit toward abstraction. Salgado questions the nature of identity and even the act of painting itself as something monstrous, allegorical, or symbolic. Incorporating Classical archetypes alongside a wildly inventive approach to his chosen media, Salgado’s work defies categorization. Recent works include collage, mixed-media, and even hand-dyed and hand-stitched linen and canvas. ”I am interested in how my paintings operate independently from their literal figurative foundation, and how they might deconstruct through colour choices, reduction of forms, and triumph of materiality to become something altogether otherworldly."



ANDREW SALGADO (b.1982, Canada) lives and works in London, UK, where he has been hailed as one of the most promising young figurative painters working today. In 2017, Salgado was the youngest artist to receive a survey-exhibition at The Canadian High Commission in Trafalgar Square, London, entitled TEN; the exhibition was accompanied by a monograph of the same name, available online here. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include 'A Room With a View of the Ocean', Lauba, (Zagreb, Croatia, June-July 2017); followed by 'Works for Baudelaire' (Turin, Italy November 2017); 'Transfiguration Space', Christopher Moller, Cape Town, (March 2018); as well as an exhibition with Angell Gallery, Toronto and his fourth solo exhibition at Beers London in the fall of 2018. Solo exhibitions include 'TEN', Gallery of the Canadian High Commission, (London 2017); The Snake, Beers London (2016); The Fool Makes a Joke at Midnight, Thierry Goldberg, New York, (2016); 'A Quiet Man', PULSE Miami, (2015); 'This Is Not The Way To Disneyland', Volta Basel, (2015); Storytelling, Beers, London (2014); 'Variations on A Theme', OAS, New York, (2014); Enjoy the Silence, Christopher Moller, Cape Town (2014); his first museum exhibition, 'The Acquaintance', Art Gallery of Regina, Canada (2013).



 



 




The large scale, gestural paintings of Andrew Salgado explore concepts relating to the destruction and reconstruction of identity – a process that he views as re-considering the conventions of figurative painting through a pursuit toward abstraction. Salgado questions the nature of identity and even the act of painting itself as something monstrous, allegorical, or symbolic. Incorporating Classical archetypes alongside a wildly inventive approach to his chosen media, Salgado’s work defies categorization. Recent works include collage, mixed-media, and even hand-dyed and hand-stitched linen and canvas. ”I am interested in how my paintings operate independently from their literal figurative foundation, and how they might deconstruct through colour choices, reduction of forms, and triumph of materiality to become something altogether otherworldly."



ANDREW SALGADO (b.1982, Canada) lives and works in London, UK, where he has been hailed as one of the most promising young figurative painters working today. In 2017, Salgado was the youngest artist to receive a survey-exhibition at The Canadian High Commission in Trafalgar Square, London, entitled TEN; the exhibition was accompanied by a monograph of the same name, available online here. Forthcoming solo exhibitions include 'A Room With a View of the Ocean', Lauba, (Zagreb, Croatia, June-July 2017); followed by 'Works for Baudelaire' (Turin, Italy November 2017); 'Transfiguration Space', Christopher Moller, Cape Town, (March 2018); as well as an exhibition with Angell Gallery, Toronto and his fourth solo exhibition at Beers London in the fall of 2018. Solo exhibitions include 'TEN', Gallery of the Canadian High Commission, (London 2017); The Snake, Beers London (2016); The Fool Makes a Joke at Midnight, Thierry Goldberg, New York, (2016); 'A Quiet Man', PULSE Miami, (2015); 'This Is Not The Way To Disneyland', Volta Basel, (2015); Storytelling, Beers, London (2014); 'Variations on A Theme', OAS, New York, (2014); Enjoy the Silence, Christopher Moller, Cape Town (2014); his first museum exhibition, 'The Acquaintance', Art Gallery of Regina, Canada (2013).