Lot 412 - Andrew Graves - Face 2021
Lot 412 - Andrew Graves - Face 2021

Lot 412 - Andrew Graves - Face 2021

Oil on Paper
A6 (10X15CM) ORIGINAL ARTWORK
SIGNED ON VERSO
ARTIST INFO

Andrew Graves studied at Kingston University (Ba Hons) and Middlesex University (MA), where he completed his PhD (examined by Iain Kiear and Sonia Boyce) in 2016. His Doctorate ‘A User’s Guide for Painters and Cyclists: Very Abstract Painting and Serious Cycling’ explores contemporary painterly abstraction specifically in the context of European and mid-century American painting and uses the racing cyclist as model for practice. He has exhibited widely including Switzerland, Belgium, France, USA, South Korea and the UK. He has been included in a three person show at Ana Cristea Gallery, New York and is included in the Peacock Space (Aberdeen) Simply Painting exhibition - a group show focusing on the language of abstract painting. In 2009 he was awarded the Jerwood’s Galleries New Contemporary painting prize and in 2005 selected for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition at The Curve, Barbican.2009 PhD Fine Art 2016 
Doctor of Arts 
Middlesex University, London 
Internal Examiner: Sonia Boyce 
External Examiner: Ian Kiaer 
 
2005 MA Fine Art Distinction 
Middlesex University, London 
 
 
199 BA (Hons) Fine Art First Class 
Kingston University, Surrey 
2017 Andrew Graves HSBC Collection, HSBC Tower, London 
2015 Simply Painting Andrew Graves Vanessa Jackson Jon Thompson Rosa Lee. Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Scotland. (IMAG) 
2014 Spool Andrew Graves Neil Rumming and Marco Palmeiri Ana Cristea Gallery, New York 
2012 Andrew Graves Studio 1.1 Gallery, London 
2008 The Solo Project Art Basel, Switzerland 
2007 All Falls Down Galerie Kusseneers, Antwerp, Belgium 
2006 24 Hours Galerie Gana-Beaubourg, Paris, France 
2005 Most Things Worked Out Galerie Kusseneers, Antwerp, Belgium 

 

About the Postcards 

 
These works for the AOAP make reference to my recent paintings, they use colour and brushmark to made meaning. They are about my relation to a surface, they imply activity and a focus or concentration on a mark that suggests somewhere else.