About the Work
Andrew Salgado creates explosively colorful portraits that reflect the multi-faceted nature of human forms in the 21st century. What’s more contemporary than feeling pulled in a million directions at once? Dismantled identity donned as reality — perhaps our curated masks are not as fixed as we’d like to believe. Neither fully dreaming or truly awake, Salgado’s subjects are drenched in textured emotion, exploring and ricocheting within frame, akin to the individual impulse to transform our limited dispositions. For Salgado, confines of composition are ripe for revision.
Our new collaboration with the artist, a unique series of 20 collaged prints created in the artist’s studio, features a figure undergoing continual metamorphosis. In Salgado’s own words, “I allowed myself to play with the myriad possibilities that might have been and that, on some level, already are. To me, the idea of interpreting dreams is both very real and very fantastical, and like this series, left open to interpretation and possibility.”
Reality is in the eye of the beholder and we’re thrilled to provide twenty lucky collectors the ability to revisit Salgado’s actualized imagination again and again.
Andrew Salgado (b. 1982, Canada) has held solo exhibitions at PIERMARQ* Gallery (Sydney), Maki Gallery (Tokyo), BEERS (London), Christopher Moller Gallery (Cape Town), Canadian High Commission (Trafalgar Sq, London), and Thierry Goldberg (New York). His works have been collected extensively in private and public collections worldwide, including The Oketa Collection, The Royal Bank of Canada Collection, The Masahiro Collection, Government of Canada, The Jordanian Royal Family, Simmons & Simmons, the Esquinazi Collection, Edwin Oostmeier Collection, and more. Salgado lives and works in London, England.
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