Andrew Hart

Andrew Hart is a multi-disciplinary artist based in painting. The predominant focus of his work is the symbiotic relationship between sound and painting, and as such, Hart’s practice is an ongoing rhythmic research and play of improvised and spontaneous generative processes. This “mutating practice” questions the formalities and dialogues around painting, identity, pictorial space, and subjective experience.

Andrew Hart lives and works in London. Hart received his MA Painting from the Royal College of Art and his BA (Hons) Fine Art from Chelsea College of Arts. Recent presentations of his work include: House of Vans, Waterloo, London (2019); Undercurrent, Northampton Contemporary, Northampton (2018);, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London (2018); Secret RCA, Royal College of Art, Kensington, London (2018); and The Salamander devours its tail twice, Gallery 46, Whitechapel, London (2018). In 2017 Hart won the The Honourable Knights of the Round Table Fine Art Award and in 2016 was shortlisted for the Olympus UAL Photography Award.