It is these faces that first draws you into Canadian native Andrew Salgado's work. Stark, cold and destroyed, the inner workings of a person exploding with subtle violence into the exterior world. These are multidimensional portraits that showcase humanity. Like an iceberg in the Arctic sea, these faces – whether they continue to look like one or not – show what hides below the surface. Salgado and I share the same city of birth (Regina, Saskatchewan Canada) and without any doubt I know that bitter cold place influences his work.
Article by Ken Greenwood
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