Andrew Kayser: Not Enough Time to Do Nothing
Running presently at THK Gallery, Cape Town is Not Enough Time to Do Nothing by Andrew Kayser. Embracing ambiguity and contradiction, Kayser’s works are both a critique and reconciliation of his coming of age, depicting saccharine suburban scenes disconnected from the larger social reality.
Andrew Kayser (b. 1975, South Africa) is a contemporary artist living and working in inner-city Johannesburg, South Africa. He graduated from the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten (Royal Academy of Art), Den Haag, Netherlands in 2001 and went on to participate in several exhibitions in and around the Netherlands before returning to South Africa in 2005.
After a lengthy struggle with alcoholism, Kayser regained sobriety, resuming his art practice in 2014. He has since held 3 solo exhibitions: A Moderate Bliss, THK Gallery, 2019) Christ Haus!!, Kalashnikovv Gallery, 2019 and At Home After Dark, Kalashnikovv Gallery, 2017.
Andrew Kayser has participated in numerous group shows – most recently Cubicle Series in January 2020 at Everard Read, Cape Town. In 2019, his work was presented by THK Gallery at Cologne Fine Art & Design, AKAA (Also Known As Africa) in Paris and Contemporary Istanbul Art Fair. Kayser shows regularly at both FNB Joburg Art Fair and Investec Cape Town Art Fair. His work can be found in significant collections locally and abroad.
Andrew Kayser: Not Enough Time to Do Nothing runs until 30 April 2021.
April 16, 2021
April 16, 2021