Creativity is empowering and empathy is powerful. I want to create art that speaks of the love, anger, loss, personal growth and the private confusions we all experience in our lives. My aim is to create an unguarded and multifaceted body of work that nurtures a life affirming sense of our shared humanity.
Andrew Litten is a largely self-taught artist living in Cornwall. He began exhibiting in 2002 with Dick The Dog, Penzance. In 2004 he was included in ‘Nudes’ (along with Epstein and Renoir) at Gelerie Pelar in New York City which was reviewed in the New York Times. First major exhibit in London was at Lime Wharf, Vyner Street, with the work ‘Dog Breeder’ which was created as an anti-art statement and exhibited during Frieze Art Fair week 2007. Was included in ‘No Soul For Sale’ 2010 at Tate Modern (turbine hall). Litten has held 11 solo exhibitions at major venues throughout the South West. Works and been included in numerous curated exhibitions in Berlin, Dublin, Siena, Melbourne, Milwaukee, New York City, Venice during the 54th Biennale, Poland and China. His recent solo exhibition with Anima Mundi was Arts Council supported. He has work in numerous collection including the Milwaukee Art Museum.