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Graham Anderson

Graham Anderson’s painting practice has explored the intersections of image, material, and technique to create and distort illusionistic space.  Anderson’s signature technique is a mixture of pointillist buildup and broad, waxy brushstrokes, which describe a metaphysical existence of matter and space in two dimensions. Representations of silhouetted bodies or still life fruits and cabinets are constructed from optically charged fields of dots, while his compositions are divided into rectilinear areas that could be shelves, niches, rooms, or flat walls. With influences as varied as vintage commercial magazine illustration, trompe l’oeil effect, and the Pattern and Decoration movement of the 70s and 80s, Anderson has created a unique aesthetic in his work that is both visually complex and intellectually rewarding.

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Outside Exhibition

Graham Anderson at Huxley-Parlour

Graham Anderson has new paintings and sculptures included in Oranges and Artichokes, a two person show with Daniel Gordon at Huxley-Parlour Gallery in London. The exhibition explores both artists' approach to the still-life genre. The exhibition opens January 25 and runs through March 2, 2024.


Graham Anderson Reviewed in The New York Times

Graham Anderson's 2023 solo show The Mirror Grove, was reviewed by Will Heinrich for The New York Times. Heinrich considers Anderson's use of oranges as suitable subject matter for the artist's ongoing project on perception.

The Mirror Grove

Edition No.18 of KLAUSGALLERY.CLOUD peeks behind the curtain of Graham Anderson’s 2023 solo show The Mirror Grove.

exhibition catalog

Graham Anderson
Exhibition Catalog, 2021

5.5 x 8.5 inch, 26 page, soft cover, full color catalog of the Graham Anderson 2021 exhibition at Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery.