Cadogan Gallery presents 'Andreas Diaz-Andersson Vattendroppar'

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Cadogan Gallery presents 'Andreas Diaz-Andersson Vattendroppar'
A series of canvases inspired by the movements of water reflecting on the contrast between naturalness and rigour, accompanied by an unprecedented sound installation. Courtesy: Cadogan Gallery. Photo: Gerardo Maldonado.

MILAN.- From April 10 to May 11 2024, with the solo exhibition Vattendroppar, Swedish-Mexican artist Andreas Diaz Andersson presents his first solo show in the Milanese venue of Cadogan Gallery. Vattendroppar in Swedish means drops of water, and indeed the exhibition is a journey through a dozen works from a new series in which concentric circles are the main subject.

Made with small straight lines threaded onto the raw canvas, these regular yet naturalistic shapes are reminiscent of the waves that form when something falls into the water. In this way, Andersson’s works take on an ambivalent nature that combines a fluid and naturalistic visual language with an ordered, geometric formalism.

Andreas Diaz Andersson’s minimalist abstractions are defined both by a harmonious use of lines and colours and by the space that remains empty on the canvas. Realised with exceptional precision, they are an exploration of depth and form, poised between illusion and abstraction, in which the constant variation of dynamic geometric patterns play with the viewer’s perception. The artist’s dual soul, between Sweden and Mexico, is revealed in the concomitant presence of order and a sense of warm mystery that guides him in the creation of works capable of speaking a universal language.

Andreas Diaz-Andersson (Falsterbo, 1989) is a Swedish-Mexican artist known for his minimalist but extremely meticulous abstractions. Diaz-Andersson's work is defined by a harmonious use of shapes and lines, achieved by means of textiles and various painting media such as acrylic, plasticine, and spray paint on cotton canvas. When viewed from a distance, these carefully crafted compositions may seem simple, but the complexity of his works becomes clearer upon close examination.

Made with exceptional precision and meticulous attention to detail, the works are an exploration of depth and form, poised between illusion and abstraction. Playing with different colors and textures, his canvases achieve a quality of spatial reflection. The physical, spatial and conceptual depth of the canvas fluctuates according to the viewer's position, creating a constant variation of dynamic geometric patterns and deep vanishing points.

Operating since 1980, Cadogan Gallery has always been distinguished by its careful support of emerging, mid-career, established or critically acclaimed artists, and also by an unwavering commitment to nurturing relationships with generations of collectors and artists for over 40 years. Alongside its first gallery in South Kensington, London, and a temporary space for special projects in Hampshire, Cadogan now adds an international perspective to its exhibition programme by opening its first international venue in Milan. From spring 2023, in a typically Milanese light-filled space, with an approach focused on highlighting individual artists and a clear aesthetic identity, the new space will be the perfect place to showcase not only works by artists who have grown up with the gallery, but also an emerging new generation.

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