Curtis Anderson: Exhibition of works on paper

Bonhams announced today that it will be holding an in-house exhibition of the exciting Cologne-based American born artist, Curtis Anderson, from 9th April – 4th May 2014 at its Albertusstrasse 26 premises.

Curtis Anderson, born 1956 in the USA, studied fine art at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City. Together with artist colleagues he founded the Curzon Studio in New York in 1980, a studio which produced architectural models, frames, furniture as well as sculptures.

Since 1985 Curtis Anderson has been living and working in Cologne where he is the co-founder and editor of Tinaia 9 (1993-1995 in Cologne and Greve, Italy). He taught from 1995 to 1994 at the Dutch Art Institute in Enschede.

Amelie von Buelow, Bonhams representative in Cologne, comments: "We are delighted to host this fantastic collection of works on paper by Curtis Anderson, whose presence in our city for the past three decades has added greatly to the artistic strength of the local art scene."


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