Sunday, April 24, 2011

Iain Andrews

8 comments:

A.Painter said...

Iain Andrews@
Marmite Prize
The Nunnery
181 Bow Road
E3

Seymour said...

it's a shame there had to be a winner, but a good choice anyhow. A great show which goes to show that the recent trend for art to be an intellectual parlour game.

Mary Addison Hackett said...

love.

Anonymous said...

Sorry but it's a bit too much like Katy Moran around 2006

Anonymous said...

He does have a similarity to Katy Moran but some stunning pieces non the less.

DarthFan said...

It's a good painting. It displays an engagement with paint, without being overwrought. Never heard of Katy Moran, but her work is the same - maybe a little more overwrought. Honestly, I don;t give a shit if you reveal your process - I'm too old to worry about that noise - isn't that conversation a bit dated anyways? Superficial resemblances are often just that - people are more alike than you'd like to think, as a genius artist, or with your Romantic post-enlightenment notion of genius, the hand of the artist and so on. I'm not going to close the patent office, but I;m certainly going to stop issuing patents because somehting looks a bit like something else. grow the fuck up.

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