Biography

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Andrew Cotton is a gifted young artist. Originally from London, Cotton paints and makes his home in the New York area. His edgy contemporary style spans stunning abstracts, iconic vintage images, urban landscapes and powerful statements using dynamic colors, mixed media and a variety of surfaces.

Originally an underground artist displaying his work on a mobile art truck in Brooklyn and then Central Park West in Manhattan, Cotton's work now adorns the homes of major entertainment industry players and titans of Wall Street.

Cotton received his art education at the prestigious Central St. Martins School of Art in Holborn, London. As his career and reputation has developed, his work has been shown at the New Museum in Manhattan, in luxury hotels, corporate headquarters and private residences. His impressive array of work is in demand from New York to LA to Milan by people who appreciate the impact that transformative original artwork can deliver. 

Selected Exhibitions (2007 – present)

“Exploration in Oxidation” Collaborative Works by Gregory Kirschenbaum and Andrew Cotton, Ward-Nasse Gallery, Manhattan

“Crossroads” Featuring art from Andrew Cotton, Yushi Aka Pesu, Rodrigo Gonzalez and Andrew Thompson, Ad Hoc Gallery, Brooklyn

“Studio 303” Collective Show, Dumbo, Brooklyn

“The Scent of Money” Work by Andrew Cotton, Pavesi Fine Arts, Milan, Italy

“Off The Page” Collective Art Showing in conjunction with The Economist, Manhattan

“Presenting the art of Andrew Cotton” Jan Lawsen Art (JLA), Manhattan

TOWN Concierge, Sidewalk Festival, Manhattan

Hyundai Genesis Launch 2015, Art inspired by new vehicle release, New Museum, Manhattan

Opening of AIPAC offices, Dec. 2016,  Manhattan