‘Andy Holden: What I was for what I am becoming’ at Charles Moffett Gallery

 

 

 

Andy Holden, Uchronian Self-Portrait – Anvil, 2024. Hand painted 3D printed sculpture; 45 cm x 36 cm x 19 cm. Photo by BJ Deakin Photography. courtesy of the artist.

Charles Moffett is pleased to present What I was for what I am becoming, British artist Andy Holden’s first solo exhibition in the U.S. The artist, who works across sculpture, film, painting, installation and music, is known for his intensely personal, eclectic work, often involving cartoon representations of himself and an oscillation between irony and sincerity. Deftly deploying a powerful vulnerability, Holden’s work takes these idiosyncratic starting points to reach towards larger abstract philosophical questions on the nature of memory and our universal striving to understand the visible and invisible structures that shape our world. A focused survey spanning both of Charles Moffett’s Tribeca galleries, the show will provide an entry into the artist’s thinking and the philosophy underpinning much of his work over the past twenty years.

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