Andrew Litten

Born in 1970 Aylesbury, Andrew is a largely self-taught artist. His recent work has established strong humanistic themes such as social alienation, ageing, drug use and other wide ranging issues of identity disturbance.

‘I want to create emotively led art that speaks of the love, personal growth, anger, loss and the private confusions we all experience in our lives. Perhaps subversive, tender, malevolent, compassionate – the need to see raw human existence drives it all forwards.”

In 2012, he appeared as ‘Guest’ artist with a solo exhibition at L-13 Light Industrial Workshop, London. Solo exhibitions ‘ID Smear’ 2013 at Motorcade / FlashParade, and ‘I Wish You Ill And Hope You Suffer As Much As I Have’ 2014 at Spike Island (Test Space ) both took place in Bristol. He was included in ‘No Soul For Sale’ an exhibition of independents in 2010 at Tate Modern (turbine hall) . Has exhibited in numerous international art fairs with Jill George Gallery London, and with WW Gallery at the 54th Venice Biennale.

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Andrew Litten
t. 01726252167
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