by Isaac Andrews
'Untitled self portrait' by Isaac Andrews
Edition 1 of 1
Oil paint on bus panel
Hand-signed and dated
41 x 56cm
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Isaac Andrews, 19, is a painter and visual artist from London, whose artwork incorporates pressing social and political issues, through a wide range of artistic styles and forms. In creating this form of social commentary, his artwork explores the human psyche, the role of the individual, identity and belonging. For Isaac, the aesthetic attributes of his work come second to its conceptual meaning.
In this vein, his politically-fuelled piece Yet They Still Walk gained a considerable amount of traction during the surge of the BLM movement in 2020. In the same year, another project called Let Them Run, making one-of-a-kind hoodies, raised money and awareness for the issue of female migration around the world. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Isaac released a self-titled book containing a selection of his works, which contributed to the work of Médecins Sans Frontières providing healthcare to those in need.
Already, Isaac has featured in exhibitions across London, including Soho Revue Gallery, an outdoor exhibition on billboards in collaboration with Footlocker, and in London Fashion Week at Copeland Gallery.