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Armando Andrade Tudela
Untitled (ABS) (2015)

Analogue photographic print.
47.84 x 32 cm [18.84 x 12.59 inches].
Edition of 50 works, accompanied with signed and numbered certificate.
Produced by Bayeux.


About the work

This beautiful monochromatic print has been created to accompany Armando Andrade Tudela’s work included in Adventures of the Black Square:Abstract Art and Society 1915 – 2015,  an exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, 14th  January – April 2015)  which presents a survey of the history of the black square in modern and contemporary art. This limited edition photographic work features a found marble black square that has been roughly de-constructed and re- assembled to create a curious landscape, like an otherworldly ruin or monument.


About the artist

Armando Andrade Tudela was born in Peru in1975 and since 2000 has lived and worked in European cities including London, Maastricht, St Etienne and Berlin. Through his extensive travels and interest in cultural absorption,  his work often explores the theme of displacement.

Tudela is also well known for his Camion  series of 2003, which comprises sixty 35mm slides each documenting a truck seen by the artist on his numerous road trips on Peruvian highways. These records of the phenomenon of abstract murals painted on  truck s,  echo design aspects from different European artists  which Tudela highlights  in order to explore the overlapping histories through which images are generated, translated and interpreted.

Armando Andrade Tudela is based in  France and Germany and is represented by the Carl Freedman Gallery, London.

Selected Exhibitions

Recent exhibitions include Gold Coast Customs, Carl Freedman Gallery, London; Sombras del Progreso, Galeria Elba Benitez, Madrid (2013); UNSCH/URP, DAAD Gallery, Berlin (2012); and Liquidación, Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima (2012). 

Whitechapel Gallery editions are generously donated by the artists. All proceeds from the sale of these works directly support our exhibition and education programmes.

As is traditional in editions publishing, prices will rise as an edition starts to sell out. The price shown includes VAT for EU customers and is zero-rated for customers from outside the EU.


This work can be purchased for £39.50 a month over ten months (interest free) with Own Art.


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