Andrew Pinkham, ‘Proper - Print’, 2016, Paradigm Gallery + Studio
Andrew Pinkham, ‘Proper - Print’, 2016, Paradigm Gallery + Studio

A debutante gone wrong, the book represents correctness, while the cake is an element of disdain.

About Andrew Pinkham

A few years ago, I set out to create a body of work that draws on my childhood influences. Painters such as George Stubbs and John James Audubon impacted my work in a big way. These historic influences are offset by my modern day means of fabrication.

I want to challenge beliefs of what we think of as historical or authentic, whether it was made yesterday or hundreds of years ago. To blur the lines of time and to engage the viewer in how we interpret history itself.

— Submitted by Paradigm Gallery + Studio

b. 1963, Chadds Ford, PA, United States, based in Philadelphia, PA, United States