Androxx -- whose works blending image and word riff on topics as varied as literature, music and politics debuts his latest -- Cult Hero.
As the artist/photographer explains, “These were partially inspired by the Arthur/Lancelot/Guinevere love triangle. Our tragic election – with its imperialist overtones – just added another layer of meaning.”
An unmistakable aesthetic stamp and an unparalleled eye for the camera, all enhanced by a good dollop of sexual tension: this is Androxx’s formula for success.
Since his debut (if you wanna find out more about his “beginnings”, check our first interview here) Androxx’s shots have gained widespread critical and public acclaim, leading him to work with some of the biggest names in the modelling game, including Sebastian Sauve and Caio Cesar. Two years after our last interview, the New York based visual artist with a penchant for Pop Art and haunting lyrics is back with a new, captivating series – Cult Hero – of which 1883 offers an exclusive preview. Named after a Robert Smith (The Cure) side project, Cult Hero draws on the idea that we all belong to a “cult” in one way or another.
1883 Arts Editor caught up with Androxx to talk fame, politics and religion, and to get the lowdown on his new body of work. READ FULL ARTICLE
December 4 - 24, 2014
Jadite Galleries, NYC
Bursting onto the New York art and photography scene with Pop Art infused images last year, Androxx is a visual artist who combines photography and music, image and text, high and low brow culture. Taking lyrics from iconic songs and transposing them onto portraits of models, Androxx sets about capturing the essence of contemporary Pop in an unprecedented form of visual poetry. Schön! is thrilled to be launching the artist’s latest series, with a previously unseen selection of exclusive new works, among which feature Hit Me With Your Best Shot and Doll Parts. Schön! caught up with Androxx to find out more about his show launching later this year, Poptopia. READ FULL ARTICLE
Androxx -- Photographs
February 7 - 26, 2013
Jadite Galleries, NYC
It has only been a few months since contemporary artist, Androxx, first made his appearance with a certain uber-sensual artwork featuring top model Sebastian Sauve 'hiding' behind an old Velvet Underground record but he has already made headlines with his unique style. Provocative and sensual with just the right amount of humour, his work could be fairly described as a modern day take on POP art, which definitely does not go unnoticed. Chasseur caught up with Androxx for an exclusive interview where he discusses about the nature of his work, his choice to put the focus on male beauty as well as the importance music holds in his life. READ FULL ARTICLE
There are songs that reverberate throughout our entire lives. Despite the passage of time, they will never grow old and indeed they will sound as perfect as they did on first listen – after all, is it not true that "life without music would be a mistake"?
Obsessed with, to use his own words, "the notion of how deeply a pop song can resonate", Androxx – a New York based visual artist with a background as a dj and musician – has embarked on a project that intelligently combines music and photography. With the help of some of the world's most beautiful faces and bodies – among others, Sebastian Sauve – and inspired by some of the greatest songs of all time, Androxx is bursting onto the scene with a series of highly sensual and thought-provoking shots – the first of which, I'll Be Your Mirror, will be released on September 17th.
1883 caught up with Androxx to find out more about his ongoing project. READ FULL ARTICLE