Los Angeles based artist Esao Andrews returns to Jonathan Levine Gallery for a solo exhibition titled ‘Epilogues’ featuring all new paintings based on revisited narratives from the artist’s past most notable works. Finding a sense of closure that comes in the resolution of the works journey, while also offering hope for new beginnings.
Andrews describes every entity depicted in his works, both living and non-living, as “luminous objects that have a sentient vitality specific to their existence.” Merging surrealism with human emotion, each subject is thriving with a mortal energy, will and purpose. By breathing life into inanimate objects, the artist creates visual metaphors that convey wistful moments full of beauty and nostalgia.
The show closes November 8th. For availability email [email protected] and view additional works at Jonathan Levine Gallery’s website or see the show in person at 529 W 20th Street, New York, New York.