Andrew Brischler (2017)

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Andrew Brischler (2017)

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Paranoid Fantasies (Studies), 2017
Colored pencil and graphite on paper
10 unique variations
8.25 x 5.75 inches, Framed: 9.5 x 6.5 inches
Courtesy of the artist

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Andrew Brischler creates bold, energetic works on paper and panel using almost exclusively colored pencil. Richly colored and laboriously hand drawn, Brischler’s work investigates the intersection of graphic design and abstraction through his devotion to drawing. He painstakingly draws colorful, geometric patterns and fragments of typography, leaving areas unfinished and purposely battered. Brischler’s source material is culled from a wide swath of cultural references including book covers, vintage film posters, ephemera from long-out-of-print queer publications, and digital imagery in the age of social media.

Andrew Brischler was born in Long Island, NY in 1987 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He earned his BFA in Painting and Drawing at SUNY New Paltz in 2009 and his MFA at The School of Visual Arts in 2012. His work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe with recent highlights that include: When We Were Young: Rethinking Abstraction, University Art Museum, New York, 2017; Flaming June VII (Flaming Creatures), Gavlak, Los Angeles, 2017, Sharper Image, Present Company, New York, 2017; Pointed Remark, Feuer Mesler, New York, 2017; Re(a)d, curated by Ryan Steadman, Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York, 2015; The Arts Club, London, 2014; Painting: A Love Story, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, 2014; and 39 Great Jones, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zürich, 2013. His work is in the collection of The Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, FL. In 2013, he was awarded the prestigious Rema Hort Mann Foundation Visual Arts Grant. Brischler has been featured in numerous publications, including Architectural Digest, 100 Painters of Tomorrow (Thames & Hudson, 2014), Modern Painters, and New American Paintings. Courtesy of Gavlak Gallery