Andy Denzler, ‘Waterfall Crossing’, 2010, Phillips

Signed, titled and dated 'Andy Denzler "Waterfall Crossing" 2010' on the reverse.

"Andy Denzler: The Human Nature Project"

Michael Schultz Gallery, Seoul (January 27 - February 27, 2011)
Fabian & Claude Walter Galerie, Zurich (March 26 - April 21, 2011) Claire Oliver Gallery, New York (2011)
Galerie con Braunbehrens, Munich (2011)
Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow (2012)

N. Brüggebors, Andy Denzler: The Human Nature Project, Berlin: Hatje Cantz, 2011 (illustrated on the front cover)

Claire Oliver, New York
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2011

About Andy Denzler

Andy Denzler weaves nostalgic photorealism with gestural expression in his wholly original style of painting. He achieves the look of his works—at once a paused film still and a sweeping abstraction—by alternating bands of unmoving, impastoed detail with flowing horizontal sweeps of his brush. The result is works like Returning Native (2010) that somehow suggest vigorous action at a frozen moment in time. “I’m principally concerned with addressing time and evoking a narrative through composition, light, and motion,” he says. “I depict time by applying a filter of blurred movement.”

Swiss, b. 1965, Zurich, Switzerland, based in Zurich, Switzerland