Opera Gallery Geneva proudly presents "The Drift", the latest exhibition by Swiss artist Andy Denzler. Delving into the realm of the unseen and embracing the power of ambiguity, Denzler's new series invites viewers to contemplate the spaces between moments on the canvas surface.
Poetic and mysterious, Denzler's paintings offer an oneiric experience, where shadows and light intertwine to create a captivating visual narrative. Through his exploration of composition and the latent ambiguity it holds, the artist takes us on a nostalgic voyage into his universe, inviting us to reflect on existential themes.
Join us at Opera Gallery Geneva from June 9th to June 30th as we showcase 18 mesmerizing new paintings by Andy Denzler. Immerse yourself in this unique exhibition and unlock the depths of his artistic expression.
"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".
Andy Denzler's works strike a delicate balance between abstraction and figuration, creating enigmatic compositions that provoke reflection and introspection. Each canvas tells a story, invites contemplation, and offers a unique visual and emotional experience.
Andy Denzler (born in Zurich in 1965) lives and works in Zurich. He studied applied arts at the Kunstgewerbeschule and the F&F School of Design in Zurich, at the University of Los Angeles, California, and at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. In 2006, he obtained a Master of Fine Arts from the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London.
His works have been presented in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Europe, the United States, and Asia, in private and public institutions such as the Gwangju Art Museum, the Ludwig Museum in Koblenz, the Ludwig Schloss Gallery in Oberhausen, and the Kunsthalle in Rostock, Germany. Recently, he had a major retrospective at the Kunstforum in Vienna. In 2015, Denzler participated in the 6th Beijing International Biennale, and in 2016, in the 6th Marrakech Biennale. His works are featured in significant collections, including the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington DC, the Denver Art Museum, the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art, the David Roberts Art Foundation in London, the Tel Aviv Museum of Modern Art, the MOMA Moscow, as well as the Würth Museum in Schwäbisch Hall, Germany, the Burger Collection in Hong Kong, and the White Cube Collection in London. A monograph has been published by Damiani.