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B Holm Andresen | New Paintings

 Date:14/07/2005
 Type:Culture, Painting
 Location:England, London

B Holm Andresen's newest collection of work 'Back to basic' represents a new re-engagement with the artist and the life of the artist

B Holm Andresen's newest collection of work "back to basics" represents a fresh re-engagement with the artist and the life of the artist. Six new paintings going to be on show in this exhibition of paintings painted in London during 2005.

These figurative paintings depict a cartoonish world of figures and settings reminiscent of Philip Guston's work from the late 60's to the present, combined with traces of Gerhard Richter's abstract work and the 80's "bad painting" movement.

B Holm Andresen's "figurative infantilism" goes "back to basics", absorbing the simplified language of contemporary mass media, and re-interpreting its simplistic messages in paint. Here we see that language used to describe the artist and the life of the artist stripped down to the core basics.

B. Holm Andresen born in Norway 11.06.1978 currently resides in London. Sponsored by the Edvard Munch Foundation for modern art, hewas granted to work at Edvard Munch's studio, Ekely, Oslo in 2003 and summer 2005. B. Holm Andresen's work is found in many private collections including that of HRH Crown Prince Haakon of Norway.


B Holm Andresen | New Paintings

Private View, Thursday 14th July, 6pm to 9pm
By appointment Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th July

33 Grosvenor Place, London SW1x 7HY.
Nearest tube: Hyde Park Corner

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bholmandresen@gmail.com



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"Artist and painting", Mixed media on canvas, 180 x 140 cmPhoto: B Holm Andresen

"Artist and model", Mixed media on canvas, 180 x 140 cmPhoto: B Holm Andresen

Hackney Wick StudioPhoto: B Holm Andresen