Andrew Agutos

La biche

Abstract paintings
Desire & Detachment



Fashion / From Polaroid

Pop Culture

Jomad & Andrew
LUNE DE MIEL exhibition
Already Home exhibition
Skopelos Foundation for the Arts
Taohuatan Artist Retreat & Residency

adidas originals = Pharrell Williams Pink Beach

Fashion film

Polaroids, people & places
/Paradox/ Barbershop




Andrew Agutos paints about seeing life as poetically as possible. Ranging from a matrix of abstractions to dreamlike figurative works documenting his experiences of love, soul and detachment, or commercially inspired paintings driven by his design/photo work for various brands - these paintings act as time stamps of every significant moment in the artist’s life.

Andrew Agutos makes canvases, murals, gifs, videos, photography and products. He works with different brands on art direction, design and advertising. His artistic practice and commercial work are in constant dialogue with each other - blended by the language of color, the internet and iconic women with nods to art history, rap music, cities and clothing.

© 2021 / Andrew Agutos Group. Founded in New York.


Desire & Detachment


How can I love you, you didn’t even break my heart yet, 2020. Oil, acrylic on canvas, 40x40cm.

“Can I try to guess what kinda perfume you wear?” “..Where?”, 2020. Acrylic on canvas diptych, 25x30cm ea.

Summer rain down all on my fucking face, 2020. Acrylic on canvas, 36x48in.

Bet you never thought your own couch would kick your ass harder than the city could, huh motherfucker? (I ♥ NY), 2020. Acrylic on canvas, 24x36in.

Weapon of choice* (early in the process I was thinking to title this painting w the words above but along w the canvas coming to life was the crease in your lower back and I understood that it wasn’t about lingerie anymore.), 2020. Acrylic on canvas, 16x20in.

Worshipping the stems you run the world / run my shit with, 2020. Acrylic on canvas.

My eyes are sore from all the fucking they’ve been doing, 2020. Acrylic on canvas.

French me like one of your art-bros, 2019. Acrylic on canvas, 30x40in.