Everything I ever wanted to tell you before the city disappeared

Andrew Ensor
   
July
   
9
 -  
August
   
3
Two souls are separated in the confusion of a disappearing city. Lost to each other and their surroundings as the world and everything in it unravels.

INFORMATION

Two souls are separated in the confusion of a disappearing city. Lost to each other and their surroundings as the world and everything in it unravels.

This series of drawings centers around this idea of a minimal dreamscape narrative, an apocalyptic fairy tale set to the backdrop of an ending world.

 

Ensor has been exhibiting regularly as a solo artist in Sydney since 2004, building upon a unique style and personal mythos of reoccurring imagery that continues to evolve with each show.

This is his 20th solo exhibition with Gaffa Gallery.

Two souls are separated in the confusion of a disappearing city. Lost to each other and their surroundings as the world and everything in it unravels.

This series of drawings centers around this idea of a minimal dreamscape narrative, an apocalyptic fairy tale set to the backdrop of an ending world.

 

Ensor has been exhibiting regularly as a solo artist in Sydney since 2004, building upon a unique style and personal mythos of reoccurring imagery that continues to evolve with each show.

This is his 20th solo exhibition with Gaffa Gallery.

FEATURED WORKS

Andrew Ensor, Call to me in a dead language, 2014, pen, 30 x 38 cm
Andrew Ensor, Everything I ever wanted to tell you, 2020, pen and acrylic, 58 x 43 cm
Andrew Ensor, The world turns upside down.,2010-2020, pen, 58 x 43 cm

OTHER  EXHIBITIONS