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Installation view of Andrew Graham: VisitorInstallation view of Andrew Graham: VisitorInstallation view of Andrew Graham: VisitorAIG Annual Report 1999
2011, ink on paper with custom matting
25 x 29" in found frameHank Greenberg
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameStan O'Neal
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameChris Cox
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameAlan Greenspan
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameDick Fuld
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameBernie (Black and White)
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameAngelo Mozilo
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameHank Paulson
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frameAIA Tower From Below
2011, ink on paper with custom matting
25 x 29" in found frameContact (Group)
2011, ink on paper 
25 x 29" Unknown Tower
2011, ink on paper 
25 x 29" 
AIU-ALICO Building Tokyo, Japan c.1995
2011, ink on paper with custom matting
25 x 29" in found frameBernie Madoff
2011 ink on paper 
17 x 15" in found frame
Andrew Graham: Visitor
Win Wilder Hall presents Andrew Graham: Visitor.


Andrew Graham is a New York City based artist whose work deals with media images of the players involved in political and social conflicts, upheavals, and scandals. This will be his first solo show. The works presented derive from the artist's experience of being hired as an "art handler" by the AIG corporation to destroy framed imagery of its headquarters, holdings, and leaders after the 2008 financial crisis. The title Visitor refers to the visitor security pass issued to Mr. Graham by AIG during his brief work experience there. On view will be "portraits" of the heads of AIG (as well as other players/villains in the financial crisis), and "landscapes" of AIG's skyscraper headquarters based on the destroyed material, all rendered in Graham's signature digitally processed painting style.

Win Wilder Hall will be the first gallery to present Graham’s new body of work concerning the financial crisis. Andrew was born in Boston and earned a BFA from the Cooper Union. Much of Graham’s previous work directly concerned the Topeka, Kansas-based ultra right-wing anti-gay group calling themselves “Westborough Baptist Church”. These works, under the group title “W.B.C.” were included in Bruce High Quality Foundation’s Brucennial in 2010 and 2012 and have been shown widely in New York City galleries. Graham’s work has been discussed in the New York Times by eminent critic Holland Cotter and included in the essay “Progress As Regression” by leading artist Paul Chan. For more information, please go to andrewgrahamstudio.com.



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