Regina, Canada, 1982.
Artist in Residence 2019.
Salgado lives and works in London, England. He graduated with an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2009, and has since had 13 sold-out solo exhibitions held all over the world, and is widely regarded as one of the UK's leading young figurative painters.
In 2017, Salgado was the youngest artist to ever receive a survey-exhibition at The Canadian High Commission in London, accompanied by a 300-page monograph, both of which were entitled TEN.
Forthcoming solo exhibitions include 'Paper-Bag Prince' (w/ Sebastian Neeb) at Untitled Miami Beach with Beers London, (December 2019); and a fourth solo at BEERS London opening May 15, 2020. Previous solo exhibitions include, 'Blue Rainbow' Angell Gallery, Toronto, (October 2018); 'Nature Boy', Beers London, (2018); 'Dirty Linen', Christopher Moller Gallery, Cape Town (2018), ‘A Room with a View of the Ocean’, Lauba Art House, Zagreb (2017); 'The Snake', Beers London, (2016); ‘The Fool Makes a Joke at Midnight’, Thierry Goldberg, New York (2016).
In 2015, Salgado curated The Fantasy of Representation, including work by Francis Bacon, Gary Hume, and Hurvin Anderson, with an impassioned manifesto on representational painting. In 2014 he was the subject of a documentary, Storytelling. He has received extensive press both online and in print, including GQ, The Evening Standard, The Independent, Artsy, METRO, Attitude Magazine, Globe and Mail (CAN) and Macleans (CAN). He frequently donates to charities including Pride London, Stonewall, and Diversity Role Models; his donations to the Terrence Higgins Trust are of particular note, having have raised over £60,000 in 5 years. In March 2019, he successfully entered the secondary market with a piece in a Strauss & Co auction in South Africa.
His works have been collected extensively in private and public collections worldwide.
2009 Master of Fine Art (Hons). Chelsea College of Art. London, England. (Distinction).
2005 Bachelor of Art, Art History & Theory. University of British Columbia. Vancouver, Canada.
2019 Affordable Art Fair 20th Anniversary Invitational Edition (9th Year Alumni Selection)
2019 1606 Residency in collaboration with Paintguide, Arthouse Holland, and The Plant. (Leiden, Holland).
2015 PULSE prize. Pulse Miami Beach. [Shortlisted]
2013 Lieutenant Governor’s Arts Award. Saskatchewan, Canada.
2013 Canada Council for the Arts. Independent Artist Production Grant.
2013 Saskatchewan Arts Board. Visual Artist Production Grant.
2016 Guest Curator for Fresh Paint Magazine. Edition 12.
2016 Juror for Anthology. Charlie Smith London.
2015 The Fantasy of Representation. Beers London, UK. (August)
2017 TEN. Artist monograph.
2014 100 Painters of Tomorrow. Thames & Hudson. London, UK.
Andrew's work has been placed in numerous public and private collections internationally, including:
The Jordinian Royal Family
Canadian High Commission
Simmons & Simmons Collection
Victor Benady Collection
Andrew frequently donates to a number of charities; most notably The Terrence Higgins Trust (UK) where his works have raised over £75,000 since 2014.
2019 Untitled, Miami Florida, (w/ Sebastian Neeb). Beers London. (December)
2019 Zona Maco, Mexico City, (various artists). Beers London. (February)
2018 Cape Town Art Fair, (solo). Christopher Moller Gallery (January).
2015 Pulse, Miami Florida, (solo). Beers London. (December)
2015 Volta, Basel (solo). Beers London. (June)
2015 Art15, London (various artists). Beers London. (May)
2015 London Art Fair (various artists). 100 Painters of Tomorrow / Beers London, (January).
2014 Art14, London (various artists). Beers London (March)
2014 London Art Fair (various artists). Beers London (January)
2013 Toronto International Art Fair (w/ Robert Fry). Beers London (October)
2020 Title TBA. Beers London, (May)
2019 Paper Bag Prince (w/ Sebastian Neeb), Miami Florida, (December)
2018 Blue Rainbow. Angell Gallery, Toronto, Canada. (October)
2018 Nature Boy. Beers London. (June)
2018 Dirty Linen/The Nihilist's Alphabet. Cape Town, South Africa. (February)
2017 A Room with A View of the Ocean. Lauba, Zagreb, Croatia. (April)
2016 TEN. Canadian High Commission. Trafalgar Sq, London. (December).
2016 The Snake. Beers London, UK. (November)
2016 The Fool Makes a Joke at Midnight. Thierry Goldberg, New York. (May)
2015 A Quiet Man. Beers London at PULSE Miami Beach. Miami, FL. (December)
2015 This is Not the Way to Disneyland. VOLTA Basel. Basel, Switzerland. (June)
2014 Storytelling. Beers London. UK. (October)
2014 Variations on a Theme. One Art Space. New York, NY. (May)
2014 Enjoy the Silence. Christopher Møller. Cape Town, South Africa. (January)
2013 The Acquaintance. The Art Gallery of Regina. Regina, Canada. (October)
2012 The Misanthrope. Beers London, UK. (October)
2019 Beers London at Zona Maco, Mexico City. (February)
2018 Berlin Calling. Work and Paper, Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin, Germany (August-September)
2018 Summer Salon. Beers London. (June, July)
2018 Summer Exhibition. Rarity Gallery. Mykonos, Greece. (May-September)
2018 The Therapist's Office. 1969 Gallery. New York, NY. (April-May)
2018 Secret Gay Box. Curated by John Wolf. Spring Break Art Fair. New York (March)
2017 75 Works on Paper. Beers London. (November)
2017 O Canada. Beers London (June)
2016 35 Works on Paper. Beers London. (August - September)
2016 Rema Hort Mann Foundation Charity Exhibition. Hort Family Gallery. New York. (May)
2015 The Fantasy of Representation (curated by Andrew Salgado). Beers London. (march)