Andrew Schoultz will be opening a solo show in Cologne, Germany at gallery Ruttkowski 68. The exhibition title, Der Untergang ds Abenndlandes (Decline of the West) was inspired by German author Oswald Spengler’s “Decline of the West with whom the artist felt a relevant conceptual connection.
Decline of the West: New Work by Andrew Schoultz
October 11 – November 22, 2014
The Center (Tree), 2012 / acrylic, collage, and gold leaf on dyed and stretched American flag over panel / 30 x 52 inches (76.2 x 132.1 cm)
Mark Moore Gallery artist Andrew Schoultz is now in the Permanent Collection of Monterey Museum of Art who recently acquired his work “The Center (Tree)”.
As noted in yesterday’s Huffington Post, art collector SEAN “DIDDY” COMBS acquired two works by Mark Moore Gallery artist ANDREW SCHOULTZ at the Miami Art Fairs on opening day. Schoultz’s first Los Angeles show opens at the gallery January 12. 2013.
Here are a few highlights–
First, a nod to something we mentioned yesterday: Sean “Diddy” Combs’ purchase of two Andrew Schoultz gold flag paintings at Marx & Zavatero Gallery.
Gold Dripping Flag (exposed)
acrylic & 23-karat gold leaf on stretched and dyed American flag over panel, 2012
Need inspiration for a summer road trip? Look no further than the traveling exhibition, “Where My Cones At?”, curated by Ryan Travis Christian, and currently on view at Double Break (San Diego, CA).
Featuring artworks from over 122 artists – including MMG’s Allison Schulnik, Christopher Davison, Andrew Schoultz, and gallery Preparator extraordinaire, Jonah Olson – the show is on view through August 25th at the San Diego gallery before it takes off for Los Angeles (at POVevolving opening Sept 15th), San Francisco, NYC and Chicago. Follow the show’s progress and timeline (literally!) on the exhibition’s Facebook page.
above image: Jeff Ladouceur “Untitled (Pluck #2)” 2012
Ink, acrylic, and pencil on paper
11″ x 14″