Young Galleries and Subversive Work Add Edgy Appeal to London Art Fair on its 30th Anniversary | Artnet News

Thank you, London Art Fair for a fantastic 30th Anniversary Edition!

Thrilled to read about gallery artist Andy Burgess in the Artnet News.

Andy Burgess, Wexler Steel House – Zig Zag Roof (2017). Courtesy of the Cynthia Corbett Gallery.

“British-born, Arizona-based Andy Burgess‘s colorful paintings of mid-century modern homes attracted interest to the stand of London-based The Cynthia Corbett Gallery. Burgess also has a solo US museum coming up, opening February 1 at the Tucson Museum of Art and Historic Block.

His collector base is already established on both sides of the Atlantic, including Nobel Prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro, the actor Emma Thompson, and the philanthropist and museum founder Beth De Woody. Corbett says she has had good luck at the London Art Fair because “the Modern British is high quality, the fair is quite broad, and the art is not unreachable—people can see it in their homes or offices.” Read more. 

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