12.06.15 by Staff

This is Not the Way to Disneyland



Exciting new work by Canadian painter, Andrew Salgado. This is Not the Way to Disneyland debuts June 15th at Volta 11, Art Basel. Check out more images below!









Andrew Salgado’s Website

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  • LesDav Ag

    your work is amazing!!!! Congrats Andrew!!

  • I really love his work, Its nice to see him exploring new territory/style. At first the scale and the quickness of his marks interested me, like a giant palette knife scraping with such fluidity but then areas of constraint. I show his work to students when I get them to start exploring contemporary portraiture. So good!

    • P.S Andrew if you ever need a model! heh heh worth a try ;)

      • Wael1

        haha, I said the same thing :)

  • Nate Konyi

    i like these!

  • Jeffrey Jebara

    I love painting and I really love these paintings. !!!

  • Scottie Higgins

    # Super Cool!

  • Marian Robertson

    I have no art background what so ever, but the more I see of your work, the more I love it!! The fierce, raw faces pull me in, fascinate me, make me want more… we are all so much more than we appear on the surface!!!

  • gorgeous paintings!

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