Andrew Pink was born in Montreal, Canada in 1974. After graduating from the Dawson College Fine Arts program, he attended Concordia University, specializing in painting and drawing.
Andrew uses his work as a means of exploring contemporary issues; globalization, the environment, consumer culture, war and violence. Increasingly he is interested in the concept of cultural spillover, whereby behaviour in seemingly unrelated domains can have influence over each other. By combining hockey imagery with WWII propaganda art, Andrew’s most recent work draws parallels between the worlds of sport and militarism.
Andrew has exhibited across North America and is represented in several corporate and private collections.
2009 Cold War, Galerie Espace, Montréal, Québec
2010 L'ART 2010, Galerie de Bellefeuille, Montréal, Québec
2009 Writing in Painting, Gallery Orange, Montréal, Québec
2007 Montréal Artists in Knowlton, Lac Brome, Québec
2006 Invitational Exhibition, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, Mass.
2004 Inaugural Exhibition, Gallery Jones, Vancouver Collections
2007 Colart Collection, Montréal
2007 Senvest Collection, Montréal
2004 Pharma Science, Montréal
2000 Collection of Dawson Collège, Montréal Catalogues /
2010 - Nicole Bergot, "He paints, he scores", Zink Canada, Montréal, September 2010.
2009 - Patrick Masbourian, (Radio Interview), Vous Êtes Içi , FM 95.1 CBF-FM,
Montréal, February 5, 2010.
2009 - Brownstein, Bill, “Hockey as War, but with all the poetry of the sport”,
The Gazette, Montréal, January 25, 2009.
2009 - Laurence, Jean-Christophe, “L'art du hockey”, La Presse, Montréal, January 24, 2009.
2006 - King, Ronald, “Andrew Pink se pose des questions”, La Presse, Montréal, November 28,
2000 - Catalogue, Quotidien(ne), ISBN 155016 844 4, Dépot legal - 3 ieme trimèstre 2000