London-born artist Andy Burgess, currently residing in Tucson, Arizona, is known for his renditions of modernist and mid-century architecture, panoramic cityscape paintings, and elaborate mosaic-like collages made from vintage papers and ephemera collected over many years. Burgess continually expands his artistic vocabulary by mastering various media, most recently immersing himself in photography and printmaking. In 2016, he was invited to Tandem Press, Madison, Wisconsin to collaborate with master printmakers to produce a series of images in limited editions in various media.
Represented for many years by The Cynthia Corbett Gallery in London and more recently by galleries in San Francisco, Laguna Beach, New York and by Bonner David Galleries in Scottsdale, Burgess’s work can be seen at many prestigious international art fairs, including Art Miami and Art Hamptons, The London Art Fair and Art New York and most recently Art Central in Hong Kong. In January 2012, Burgess had his first museum show at The University of Arizona Museum of Art and has subsequently exhibited at The Laguna Art Museum in California. In 2014, Burgess had his first solo New York gallery show at Site 109 in Manhattan’s Lower East Side. In 2016, Burgess completed an artist residency at Tandem Press in Madison, Wisconsin, one of the most prestigious printmaking studios in the country.
Burgess has completed many important commissions for public and private institutions including Crossrail (London’s largest ever engineering project), Cunard, APL shipping, Mandarin Oriental Hotels and most recently a new medical centre in San Jose, California. Burgess’s collectors include the Booker prize-winning author Kazuo Ishiguro, actor and writer Emma Thompson, the Tisch family in New York, Beth De Woody, Board Member of The Whitney Museum and Richard and Ellen Sandor in Chicago, who have one of the top 100 art collections in America.