Andrew Bick

Andrew Bick (b. 1963, Coleford) lives and works in London. Graduated from MA Painting, Chelsea School of Art and Design, London (1988); and BA Painting, University of Reading, Reading (1986). Bick is a PhD supervisor at Kingston University and University of Gloucestershire and at the latter is Reader in Fine Art. Awards include Research Fellowship, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds (2007-8). Select solo exhibitions include Concrete-Disco-Systems, Hales Gallery, London (2019); gate/grid/tree/(notes/on/concrete), Von Bartha, Basel (2018); original/ghost/variety/shifted/double/echo, Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Zürich (2017); Conversation, Cornerstone Gallery, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool (2015); School Studies: an architectural problem, Von Bartha Chesa, S-Chanf (2012-13); and School Studies: an architectural problem, INDEX, project space, Stroud (2012). Select group exhibitions include Drawing Biennial 2017, Drawing Room, London (2017); Contemporary British Abstract Painting, SE9 Container Gallery, London (2015); Suchness/Sosein, Raum X, London (2015); Las Geometrías Possibles, Galería Odalys, Madrid (2015); Drawing Biennial 2015, Drawing Room, London (2015); NOW-ISM: Abstraction Today, Pizzuti Collection, Columbus, Ohio (2014-15); Conversations around Marlow Moss, & Model, Leeds (2014); Structures/Strukturen: Britische und deutsche Malerei im Dialog/British and German Painting in Dialogue, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven (2014); and Slow Magic, The Bluecoat, Liverpool (2009). His works are held in public and private collections including British Library, London; British Museum, London; Chelsea College of Art, Artists’ Book Library, London; Goldman Sachs; New York Public Library, New York; University College London, Manuscripts and Rare Books Library, London; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Annenbury Rare Book and Manuscript Library, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia; Yale Center for British Art, New Haven; GoMA, Glasgow; and Coleccion Ernesto Ventós Omedes, Barcelona.

Last updated: 06.02.2019


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