Henry Gunderson (artist)

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Henry Gunderson
Born August 30, 1990
Nationality American
Education San Francisco Art Institute
Known for drawing, painting, installation

Henry Gunderson (born 1990) is an American contemporary artist. He attended Redwood High School in Larkspur, California. He is currently a BFA candidate at the San Francisco Art Institute.[1]

Work and reception[edit]

Panthera Tigris by Henry Gunderson (2009)

His work has been likened to Georges Braque and Henry Darger.[2] He has also been praised for his insight into "the clash between man and nature and the animalistic tendencies innate in humans."[3] Having had his first solo show at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco at the age of 19, he's been called a child prodigy.[3]

A selection of Gunderson’s exhibitions in the last two years include those at Show and Tell Gallery in Toronto, Nudashank in Baltimore and White Walls in San Francisco. In 2010 he was chosen for Survey Select at Wonderbread Factory in San Diego, an exhibition that highlights recent developments in narrative painting.[4]

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