Andrew Bick

Andrew Bick (b.1963, Coleford, Gloucestershire)  lives and works in London. Bick graduated in Painting from the University of Reading in 1986 and received and MA in Painting in 1988 from Chelsea School of Art. In 2007, he held a Research Fellowship at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and currently is a Senior Lecturer at Kingston University, Department of Fine Arts and at the University of Gloucestershire, as well as a visiting lecturer at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London. Selected solo exhibitons include: School Studies: an architectural problem, Von Bartha Chesa, s'Chanf, Switzerland (2012/ 13); School Studies: Ghosts, Arguments, Hales Gallery, London (2012); School Studies: an architectural problem, INDEX, project space, Stroud, UK (2012); School Studies, recent work and selected work since 1993, Galerie Von Bartha, Basel, Switzerland (2012); and Savage School Window Gallery, Vyner Street, London (2010). Selected group exhibitons include: Drawing Biennial, Drawing Room, London (2013 and 2015); system - painting - constuction - archive, Lion+Lamb Gallery, London (2013); Off the Beaten Track, Galerie Von Bartha Garage, Basel, Switzerland (2012); Ha Ha, what does this represent?, Standpoint Gallery, London (2012); Drawing 2011, The Drawing Room Fundraiser, London (2011); Zig Zag, Charlie Dutton Gallery, London (2010); A Sort of Night to the Mind/A KIND OF NIGHT FOR OUR THOUGHTS, Illusion and Materiality in Contemporary Painting, Herbert Read Gallery, University of the Creative Arts, Canterbury (2010); BETWEEN THE POSSIBLE AND THE REAL, 4 British Abstract Painters, Jon Thompson, Ben Ravenscroft, Andrew Graves, Andrew Bick, Kusseneers Gallery, Antwerp, Belgium (2010); and Andrew Bick, Daniel Robert Hunziker, Karim Noureldin, Magnus Thierfelder, Jens Wolf, Beat Zoderer, Von Bartha Garage, Basel, Switzerland (2010). Bick is represented by Hales Gallery, London.

Last updated: 15.02.2017


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