- Find new contemporary art, create your own gallery of art - Find new contemporary art, create your own gallery of art

Andrew Sendor  Brooklyn, NY

'From the documentary “The Tchaikovsky Effect on Fenomeno at the Geirangerfjorden, Norway"'
Oil on panel
'From the documentary "Plumita Lunes Nunes; A 33 Day Mission to the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela"'
Oil on panel

* All images used with permission. Please do not distribute without first contacting the artist.

About Andrew

Born in 1977, Sendor currently lives and works in New York City. Sendor’s work is characterized by a meticulous draughtsmanship that serves to illuminate his ongoing engagement with the interrelation of photorealism and the evolution of the moving image. The artist’s film work further extends the intricate web of psychologically charged narratives, persona and anachronistic space developed in his drawings and paintings. He has presented solo gallery exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, and Copenhagen. His works have been included in numerous museum exhibitions, including the Funen Art Museum, Odense, Denmark; Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, New York; Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, Tennessee; Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Kansas City, MO; and the ARKEN Museum of Art, Ishøj, Denmark. In November 2015, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU will mount a solo exhibition. His works are in private and public collections worldwide.

Andrew appears in the following Top 10 lists

'New York'



10 of 36 reactions displayed


"Women: complicated and yet beautiful. Artist: always trying to capture that power over us only they possess. Paint on world paint on."

"This is beautiful, inspiring, skillful work. I look forward to seeing more."

"Your art is an interesting and eclectic blend of new and old and just you. I hope the girl on the bed in the back isn't sick."

"amazing work! I LOVE it! very thought provocing and explains a lot about the world. on the one with the boy and father and bench in a box, i love how the background has a person i assume is on a hospitable bed. it shows about cancer and the other bkgd picture of the drowning polar bear tells about global warming"

"So unique and beautiful. Amazing work."

"Love it! Because it's's like a frame stolen from the film of a dream."

"beautiful, yet sad at the same time."

"very interesting. it made me stop and look. very sad, yet beautiful."

"This made me think! I have been very ill and close to death 5 times in the past 7 yrs. When I looked at this - I saw myself in that bed with my husband and child out in a waiting area of a hospital - waiting to hear what they hope is good news from the physicians that are caring for me. I on the other hand have had visions of heaven and so want to go.... but, I still have a mission to complete so I am delayed, my going away one more time. Thank You, Jesus, again and again!"

Previous artist

artistaday instagram artistaday pinterest