OGVDS-GW #2, 2013–14
Oil paint on CNC machined Perspex
Original size: 76 x 64 x 4 cm
Photographer: Andrew Bick
Andrew Bick (b.1963 in Coleford, UK) lives and works in London. His art and curatorial practice is based on a critical analysis of the complex and ambivalent nature of our relationship to late modernism. Recent solo exhibitions include School Studies, recent work and selected work since 1993, Galerie Von Bartha, Basel, 2012, and School Studies, Ghosts, Arguments, Hales Gallery, London, 2012. The last in this series of exhibitions School Studies, an architectural problem, was hosted by INDEX Gallery in Stroud Gloucestershire and toured to Von Bartha Chesa, s-Chanf, Switzerland in early 2013.
Major public space exhibitions include Slow Magic at Bluecoat, Liverpool in 2009. Since 2008 he has been developing projects based on research in to British Construction and Systems Art from the 1950’s to 1970’s initiated as a result of a Henry Moore Institute Fellowship in 2007/08. Bick has also made commissions in collaboration with architects such as Lifshutz Davidson Sandilands and John McAslan + Partners and is currently working on a project for central London with MAKE Architects. He teaches at Kingston University, & The University of Gloucestershire. He has written for Art Monthly, The Brooklyn Rail and online magazines Kultureflash and Abstract Critical and is represented by Hales Gallery, London and Galerie Von Bartha, Basel.