Andrew Hewish is a contemporary artist and curator in London, who works in a variety of media, and exhibits internationally including London, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Antwerp, Berlin, Sydney and most recently in the VII Biennale di Soncino in Italy. He founded and is the current Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing (C4RD), London's non-profit museum space for drawing, where he has curated over 80 exhibitions of drawing. At The Cass he lectures in both critical theory and studio practice, and wrote the syllabus for the Ways of Seeing programme and the Studio Contemporary Line and Multivalent Practice.
- FIne Art BA (Hons)
Andrew Hewish has research degrees BA (Hons) & MIntS (U.Syd), MFA (COFA/NSW), and M.Res (London Consortium - Tate/AA/ICA/Birkbeck/Science Museum) with theses respectively in performance history, Chinese film, the sublime in painting, and the line. He is currently reading for the PhD at the RCA. Andrew is co-editor of Tracey, sat as as part of the international jury of FID, is guest editing an upcoming volume of the Journal of Visual Art Practice, had his work recently featured in FUKT drawing journal, hosted a cultural history of Frenzy at London's ICA, and is Convenor of the Line Studies Forum, a cross-institution research group including RCA and U.Westminster Centre for Architecture.