Los Angeles-based artist Andy Moses is set to make his London debut with his solo exhibition, Echoes of Light at JD Malat Gallery from Friday 21st June - Saturday 20th July. Curated by Larry Bell, one of America’s most renowned and influential artists, Echoes of Light will feature a selection of concave paintings, alongside Andy’s newest circle and hexagonal pieces created especially for the London showcase. This exhibition also coincides with JD Malat Gallery’s landmark 1st anniversary; a fitting celebration to mark one year since the Mayfair-based gallery opened to much acclaim in June 2018.
Andy’s distinctive style is simultaneously abstract and representational; the technical fluidity of his work with acrylics in Echoes of Light reflect his experiences of growing up surrounded by incredible landscapes, and serve to mimic nature and its forces. He uses a unique process of preparing layers of floating paint before allowing them to flow across the surface.
Speaking of Andy’s work, renowned artist Jeff Koons says “I’ve always loved Andy’s work. It’s interesting how it embraces many dialogues within the history of painting, from nature, landscape and science to abstraction. The paintings embrace everything while at the same time a sense of negation is always present. This polarity allows you to discover your relationship with the work itself. There’s always a sublime beauty within the work. The co-mingling of time and space, both real and abstract, is one of the most relevant aspects of Andy’s work to me. Moses’ work is powerful and extreme, from the beginning to today, in concept and execution.”