Antonio de Andrés-Gayón


In times when art often engages provocatively with art-foreign "concepts," Antonio de Andrés-Gayón considered himself a sculptor with respect for art history. Whether it was a drawn nude or a sculpture, questions about human expressiveness and its artistic feasibility were foremost in his mind. "My concept", Andrés-Gayón said with a wink, "is quality". And so, each of the artist's works underwent a series of drafts until it finally solidified into form and was realised.

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