Friday, 15 July 2011

New Drawings

Like many of my works - these started as my architectural photographs
(Some are from my book Divine Decline.)
One is of 63 Harbour Street Whitstable in Kent.

Friday, 24 June 2011

Reviews, Articles & Publications

Article Published in "Fox Magazine"
July 2011

Article Published in "The Cholmeleian"
Summer 2011

Article published in The Blue Note Book: Journal for Artists' Books Volume 5: no. 1,
(Review of Divine Decline)
October 2010

A tiny version of Divine Decline was produced by hand by the Author in a very small edition. It was  shown at a Book Launch in the White Heat Exhibition at Kaleid Gallery, 23-25 Redchurch St, London E2 7DJ

A review written by Kasia Wlaszczyk and published in The Blue Note Book: Journal for Artists' Books Volume 5: no. 1, October 2010. The exhibition was curated at KALEID in Shoreditch between 2nd-27th June 2010.

"History and heritage also play integral roles in Andrew Pegram’s work Divine Decline, a collection of small scale photographs of buildings that despite their architectural and historical value are left abandoned and un-restored. Through a neo-romantic portrayal of the passage of time, Pegram, a contemporary photographer, creates, much in the vein of Foucault, a heterotopia. In his work the buildings are like cemeteries, physically disseminated throughout London and the everyday while simultaneously occupying a more ambiguous space of absence. If the city in its skyscraping glory was the embodiment of the modern, then Pegram’s phantom buildings seem to define our post-modern age of ruptures and dissemination." 

Kasia Wlaszczyk

Thursday, 5 May 2011

Old Work New Discovery

Watercolour of Castle Road NW5 c.1972

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Recent Work

Private Acquisition Near Esher

Monday, 21 February 2011

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Very Early Work

Up to the late 1960's I was taught by the famous Welsh Artist Kyffin Williams. I have just been directed to a blog about Kyffin where to my amazement I have found a painting made by me all those years ago. Although the work is pretty scruffy, I am deeply flattered that such a famous artist collected and kept just a little of my work.