Artist Andrew Salgado and his representing gallery BEERS London are pleased to announce a forthcoming hardcover monograph, entitled TEN, detailing 10 years of Salgado’s artistic practice. 280 pages, texts, and 100+ full-color images to coincide with a mini-retrospective of the same name at the Canadian High Commission in Trafalgar Square, (London) curated by David Liss (Artistic Director and Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto), to open December 7, 2016.
ABOUT THE BOOK
This is a gorgeously detailed, 280-page hardcover book, measuring 32x24.5x3cm (12.5x9.5x1.5") and includes over 100 high-resolution full-colour reproductions of artwork from 2006, alongside richly coloured details of works that illustrate Andrew’s technique, with beautiful details to offer a sense of texture and color; as well as images of his studio, private life, source-imagery as well as photos of his various inspirations to give a never-before seen insight to the artist, his work, and the evolution of his practice. Also included for the first time in one location are various texts and essays by authors such as Kurt Beers, theorist Edward Lucie-Smith, critic Tony Godfrey, a brand-new foreword by David Liss, (Artistic Director and Curator at Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto) and various interviews by Salgado throughout the years that detail the intentions, inspirations, and motivations behind his work and practice. Included are never-before-seen insights to Andrew’s working methods, source imagery of his subjects, and a sneak-peek into what motivates and inspires him. Each copy of the book has an ISBN and the first-edition is limited to 1500 copies.
The book will be finished and shipped to patrons on December 1, 2016 and will coincide with an exhibition of the same name at The Gallery of the Canadian High Commission in Trafalgar Square, London.