Andrew Hewish is a contemporary artist who lives and works in London and exhibits and is collected internationally, working in a variety of media.
He qualified with a BA(Hons), MIntS and MFA (COFA) with research theses respectively in performance history, Chinese film, and in painting, and studied at the Prince's Drawing School, London.
He founded and is the current Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing (C4RD), London's non-profit museum space for the exploration and discussion of current drawing practice and thought. He is the editor of Documents for Recent Drawing, co-editor of Tracey, and lectures in drawing and general practice at Sir John Cass School of Art, Media and Design, London Metropolitan University and with the visitor programme at University of Buckinghamshire and City and Guilds London Arts School. He is currently writing on drawing for his PhD, sat as part of the international jury of FID, is guest editing an upcoming volume of the Journal of Visual Art Practice and his work recently featured in FUKT drawing journal, and hosted a cultural history of Frenzy at London's ICA.