• Shelf Life at the Ace Hotel

    Shelf Life at the Ace Hotel

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  • Group exhibition at Le Coeur - Paris

    Group exhibition at Le Coeur - Paris
  • Joyride - Summer Exhibition - Marlborough Broome Street

    Marlborough Broome Street is pleased to present a special exhibition of works by an international group of artists celebrating the bicycle: a visual expression of the urban cycling movement. Joyride, has been organized by Ed Spurr and Brendt Barbur, and is presented in celebration of the 14th edition of the Bicycle Film Festival. Joyride runs from June 25 through August 3, 2014

    Click Here for Press Release - Marlborough Broome Street!

    Artists in the exhibition:
    Ai Weiwei / Rita Ackermann / Tim Barber / Frank Benson / Lizzi Bougatsos / Julia Chiang / Francesco Clemente / Peter Coffin / Dan Colen / Thomas Eggerer / Urs Fischer / Leo Fitzpatrick / Rainer Ganahl / Andrew Guenther / Marc Hundley / Alex Katz / KAWS / Graham Macbeth / Ari Marcopoulos / Jonathan Monk / Jason Nocito / Laura Owens / Eli Ping / Richard Prince / Tom Sachs / Aurel Schmidt / Kiki Smith / Devin Troy Strother / Spencer Sweeney / John Tremblay / B. Wurtz

    Read New York Times Mention Here!

  • Group Exhibition: Not For All My Little Words

    Not For All My Little Words
    Curated by MARC STRAUS Director Tim Hawkinson
    March 30 - April 27, 2014
    Opening Reception: Sunday, March 30, 5:00-7:00pm
    Marc Straus gallery website

  • Popcorn Illusions at Gallery 106 Green


    Gallery 106 Green presents Popcorn Illusions, a solo exhibition from Andrew Guenther. The opening reception will be on Saturday, January 25th from 6-8pm.

    The show will run from January 25th to February 23rd. Gallery hours are on Sundays from 12-5pm or by appointment, please contact 106green@gmail.com. 106 Green is located at 104 Green Street, Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

    Guenther’s new body of work began in February 2013 with a conscious choice, made by the artist, to limit the color choices to flat black and unbleached titanium. The result is a highly graphic image, which recalls the film tinting process of the silent film era. Like those films, the paintings make the most of the limitation, high contrasts that burn into your memory and engage in a sort of sequential slapstick of events.

    From the artist:

    “I have strong ideas like “yes” or “no way” when it comes to decision making while I am working on a painting, but I let my “why not?” thoughts drift freely before I commit to the next canvas. I’m not ashamed to say that most of my work comes from the gut.

    The new paintings relate to photography in my use of a simple color palette. I prefer to use black and white because of it’s documentary aspect, which helps to free the images from the clutter of unintended cultural references.

    I understand that the subject matter; squares, boxes, hands, feet, popcorn, might come across as blunt or heavy-handed, but I also think this work has something that you can take with you for the rest of your life. In one image a hotdog is hanging out in the opening of a cola bottle. Once you have seen it, it’s like a tiny scar that cannot be washed from the eyes.

    I like movies for the same reason.

    In the paintings, popcorn is suspended in darkness like stars, tossed out of a bucket in a theater accident, or flattening like icons in Warhol’s flower paintings. Segmented digital time displays appear to spin or slide. Squares are arranged neatly in a grid with several disruptions to the system. The edges of a small painting frame the hands of an auteur for us to see the deeply personal vision of the director.”

    A book titled Popcorn Illusions will be available at the gallery in concert with the exhibition and features a series of photographs and paintings that may be seen as an active sketchbook of thoughts both completed and beginning. Two previous publications, Hotdog in a Banana and Orange Peel Believer will also be available. Orange Peel Beliver is a book of haikus by Luke Rathborne with art by Andrew Guenther.

    www.106green.com


  • Edward Thorp Gallery

    Assembly 2012
    September 13 - October 20, 2012
    Cora Cohen, Amy Feldman,
    Sarah Gamble, Andrew Guenther, Elizabeth Huey,
    & Kurt Lightner

    Edward Thorp Gallery
    210 Eleventh Avenue, 6th Fl
    New York, NY 10001

  • ILLE Arts

    RAW
    Sept. 15 - Oct.10, 2012
    Andrew Guenther, Jose Lerma,
    Liz Markus, Wendy White

    ILLE Arts
    216a Main Street
    Amagansett, NY
    11930

  • Talking to a Fish and Paraphernalia

    Freight+Volume
    Sept. 15th - Oct. 22nd, 2011
    Reception Thursday, Sept. 15th, 6-8pm

    Freight + Volume
    530 W. 24th St.
    New York, NY
    10011

    PHONE: 212 691 7700

    EMAIL: info@freightandvolume.com

  • Andrew Guenther at Kaycee Olsen Gallery, Los Angeles

  • Andrew Guenther Inteviewed by Carissa Pelleteri from Artcards

  • 10 Painters, 10 Palettes

  • Solo Exhibition

    Through November 25th, 2010
    Motus Fort, Tokyo
    Motus Fort website

    The exhibition features works on paper, photographs, and paintings.

    Andrew Guenther

    The Devil's Pants
    October 22 through November 25

    The Devil’s pants are good pants
    They look strong! They look strong!
    The Devil's mother sewed them
    They look strong! They look strong!
    You can wear them for 5 years and they won't tear
    They look strong! They look strong!
    You can wear them for 10 years and they won't tear
    They look strong! They look strong!
    Let's wear the Devil’s pants!
    Let's wear the Devil’s pants!
    You should wear them too!
    Let's all wear the Devil’s pants together!!

  • Recent Exhibitions

    Galerie Perrotin, Paris
    Galerie Perrotin
    Ultrasonic V, Mark Moore Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
    Mark Moore Gallery
    This Much Crumpled Thing, Exhibition Agency, Chicago, IL
    The Exhibition Agency


  • Recent Drawings at Freight + Volume, NY

  • The Beginning

  • Interview

    Check out the current issue of Theme Magazine for an interview with Andrew and a fun selection of images.
    PDF of Interview Theme Magazine Issue 20
    Theme Magazine

  • New Studio

    Andrew has a new studio and he's making bigger paintings!

  • Looking For Culture, Part III

    A selection of works from the past eight years in New York. This exhibition at Freight + Volume opens Saturday, November 22nd. The reception is 6 - 8 PM and the exhibition will run through January 10th. Please check the gallery website for hours.
    Freight + Volume
    Freight + Volume
    542 W 24th
    NY, NY 10011

  • Looking for Culture, Part I

    A solo exhibition of recent works by Andrew Guenther.
    Opening: Friday, October 17 -- through December 6, 2008
    Andrew Rafacz Gallery
    835 West Washington
    Chicago IL 60607
    Andrew Rafacz Gallery

  • VIENNAFAIR 2008

    Andrew Guenther will present work with Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Inc. at VIENNAFAIR 08 April 24th - 27th
    Klemens Gasser & Tanja Grunert, Inc.

  • Tricycle, The Buddhist Review

    Tricycle summer issue features works by Andrew Guenther
    Hits newsstands May 15, 2008
    Tricycle

  • Supernature opens Thursday February 28th 2008 at Howard House Gallery, Seattle

    Supernature, Curated by Gretchen Bennett (Center Gallery)
    Saul Chernick, Andrew Guenther, Matthew Day Jackson, Alexander Kantarovsky, Robert de Saint Phalle, Suzanne Walters, Aaron Williams
    February 28- April 12, 2008
    Opening Reception: Thursday, February 28, 6-8pm