Andrew Erdos’ sculptures, videos, photography, and mixed-media installations explore themes related to time, light, and the sublime. His work investigates the complex relationship between humankind and its environment, and resonates with contemporary reflections led by philosophers and scientists to determine a new ontology in the age of the Anthropocene. Erdos’ overwhelming visual experiences weave together reflections on nature, culture, technology, science and religion.
The youngest recipient of the Rakow Commission of the Corning Museum of Glass, Erdos’ work has been exhibited worldwide and throughout the United States. His work can be found in the permanent collections of the New Britain Museum of American Art; the Toledo Museum of Art; the Knoxville Museum of Art; the Corning Museum of Glass; the 21c Museum in Durham, and the Chazen Museum of Art in Madison.
The artist lives and works in New York City.
Andrew Erdos, Lone Jade Mountain, 2018. Reclaimed industrial safety glass, mirror, and LED light, 26 x 24 x 22 (image of detail below).
Darren Waterston joins these sublime artists below who have made L’Amour du Vin such an exciting event for art lovers. If you had the pleasure of attending in 2017, you’ll recall Jered Sprecher’s talented work. If you are new to L’Amour du Vin, these are the artists who have joined us over the past forteen years.
2018 Darren Waterston, New York, NY
2017 Jered Sprecher, Knoxville, TN
2016 Tomory Dodge, Los Angeles, CA
2015 Andrew Saftel East Tennessee
2014 Richard Jolley, Knoxville, TN
2013 Robert Van Vranken, West Danville, VT
2012 Hunt Slonem, New York, NY
2011 Sandy Walker, Oakland, CA
2010 Scott Duce, New York, NY
2009 Andrew Saftel, Pikeville, TN
2008 Robin Surber, Knoxville, TN
2007 Marga Hayes McBride, Knoxville, TN
2006 Cynthia Tollefsrud, Knoxville, TN
2005 Image used with consent of Raoul Dufy
2004 Image used with consent of Giulianna Cosentino Marple
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