Adrift in Screenprint, Whistleblower Gallery, Brighton, United Kingdom
Lost Dreams, Well Hung Gallery, March, Hoxton St, London, United Kingdom
Zari Gallery, July, Oxford Street, London, United Kingdom
Chasing Ghosts, April, Curious Duke Gallery, London, United Kingdom
A Love From Outter Space, March/May, Impossible Project, Berlin, Germany
Nothing Is Real, Nothing Is Unreal, Sept/Oct, Impossible Project, Broadway, New York, United States
A Time For Clearer Thinking, May/June, Impossible Project, Barcelona, Spain
Instants, Oct., Impossible Project, Vienna, Austria
Instants, Feb/March, En Face, Paris, France
Ace Club, June, London, United Kingdom
Underdog Gallery, Feb., London, United Kingdom
Estatic Rays, May, Saatchi Gallery, London, United Kingdom
ICON, Sept./Oct., Chitchester with Tracey Emin, Grayson Perry, Marc Quinn & Nicole Farhi, United Kingdom
Shoreditch Studios, Feb., London, United Kingdom
MOMA NYC, with Jack White, New York, United States
Well Hung Gallery, Apr./May, Hoxton St, London, United Kingdom
Curious Duke Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Hoxton Gallery London 8X8 with Allison Mosshart, Scout Willis & Chuck Grant. Feb., London, United Kingdom
En Face, Jan., Paris, France
Opacification Zine, Jan., Broadway, New York, United States
Make Your Mark, Jan./Feb., Impossible Project, New York and Vienna, United States/Austria
Impossible Project, Sept./Oct., New York, United States
LoFi, The Gallery 13, March/Apr., New Jersey, United States
Anywhere But Here, Apr./May, Positive Negative Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
IN-HOUSE SOLO DISPLAYS
2016/2017 Supporting Charity Café Art at Qbic Hotel, Whitechapel, London, United Kingdom
2014, Imagination creative installation, Selfridges, Jan./March, Oxford St, London, United Kingdom
Urban Outfitters, March/July, Spittalfields, London, United Kingdom
2012 /2014, The Impossible Project Space, Vienna Art Fairs, Austria
2018, May, Moniker Brooklyn NYC (Nelly Duff) and all past Moniker Fairs in London, United Kingdom
2015/2018, AAF’s Hampstead/Barrersea/Singapore/Bristol
2016, May, New Balance US short film Ad campaign for 25th Anniversary Sneakers
Feb., Short film for Dazed and Confused Magazine about Polaroid Film
Photographs' feature in the film Time Zero, The Last Year of Polaroid by Grant Hamilton.
Andrew Millar, born in 1983, is a British artist whose main body of work focuses on the portrait.
Andrew became fascinated by photography and various print processes very early on in his career.
The artist discovered the classic and now almost forgotten Polaroid film more than a decade ago, when he started to experiment and push the limits of this medium, exploring the manipulative potential of this light-sensitive material in order to create his collages.
Millar often applies leaf of precious metals and sometimes acrylic colour in the finishing process of each of his pieces by hand, thereby creating a unique result in each artwork.
Andrew Millar takes his visual elements from countless sources and combines these in quiet, sometimes somber, somewhat surreal duo-chromatic portraits.
There is a definite elegance to his detailed works which make them seem like classic orthodox icons of anonymous saints or posters of forgotten movies and heroines.
In recent years Andrew Millar’s work has become increasingly popular and his talent has earned him international recognition with solo exhibitions in Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Barcelona, New York and London.
We sometimes have other available works by Andrew Millar, or can accept commissions. Please get in touch if you want to know more.