Andy Price lives and works in London and Leicester. His current practice situates the interrogation of drawing as a physical, and metaphorical activity within the extended field of sculpture. He also has research interests in the relations between material practice and creative thought and the role of discourses around ‘pleasure’ in the creative arts. He studied at the Royal College of Art 1991-93; Hertfordshire College of Art 1985-90; Middlesex Polytechnic 1983-84; University of Cambridge 1977-80.
Since 1993 he has regularly contributed to Fine Art courses at degree and post-graduate level at a range of institutions. Since 2003 he has been Senior Lecturer: Fine Art (Sculpture) at De Montfort University, teaching Sculpture and broad-based Fine Art, as well as Contextual and Professional Studies across all levels of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Selected exhibitions: The Thought of Stuff (co-curated with Leila Galloway (DMU)), Royal Brirish Society of Sculptors, London 2010; We Have Left the City Gates, The Nunnery, London, 2005; A21 International Art Exhibition, Contemporary Art Space, Osaka, 2005; One Day, Gallery Corridor, Reykjavik, 2004; Miniatures, Kyubidou Gallery, Tokyo / Raid Projects, Los Angeles 2003; Superfluity, Latvijas Makslas Akademija, Riga, Latvia, 2002; Through the Surface, Stara Gallery, BWA, Lublin, Poland, 2002; Island, 77 Gallery, London, 2002; Cross Currents, Raid Projects & Millerdurazo Contemporary Artists Projects, Los Angeles & London 2002; Giant, Three Mills, London, 2001