Andrew Salgado’s paintings have evolved greatly in style since first rising to prominence over half a decade ago. While his signature large-scale portraits have given way to more abstracted, complex, and narrative-heavy paintings, the focus on The Figure remains a common thread. Today, Salgado’s subjects are depicted in a fantastical, often ominous tableaux: harlequin-like figures, wisps of mysterious smoke, low-hanging moons, and the remnants from a Bohemian celebration are current motifs.
Archival pigment print
52 x 40 cm
Edition of 15
*frame is not included
*image is adjusted in a 60 x 40 cm cotton paper