‘Art cannot tame Shane for the same reason that no one has ever tamed a Tasmanian devil’
London’s Andipa gallery is used to exhibiting artists such as Banksy, Hirst, Picasso and Renoir; added to that list now is work by Shane MacGowan who talks to Marion McKeone about life and his limited-edition book of artwork, lyrics and essays
Acoris Andipa, the soft-spoken, exquisitely mannered owner of the renowned Andipa Gallery, knows a thing or two about art. He should do. The Andipa family has been in the art business since the late 16th century when the Doge of Venice gifted them a coat of arms in recognition of their contribution to the art world.
Today, Andipa is one of the art world’s most respected experts, dealers and curators. He’s the go-to dealer ...