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Andrea Büttner’s “Tische”

NOGUERASBLANCHARD, Barcelona

View of Andrea Büttner, “Tische,” NoguerasBlanchard, Barcelona, 2014.
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Max Andrews and Mariana Canepa Luna

Pursuing a clearly spiritual approach within a Christian cultural and ethical context, Andrea Büttner is one of the few contemporary artists who could plausibly cite St. Francis of Assisi, the twelfth-century Catholic friar who committed himself to a life of poverty, as a key influence. Her work Tische [Tables] (2013),... continue reading
Andrea Büttner’s “Moos/Moss”

HOLLYBUSH GARDENS, London

View of, "Moos/Moss", Hollybush Gardens, London, 2012.
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Laura McLean-Ferris

Andrea Büttner’s second show at Hollybush Gardens is a study in humility, painted in a shade of don’t-look-at-me grey. The dominant color in the exhibition is that particular commonplace grey of worker’s uniforms—the cheap, mass-produced pencil skirts of hotel workers and public servants, or school uniform blazers. It’s the fabric... continue reading

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