Based in: Boorlo/Perth, Australia

Andrew Nicholls is an Australian/British artist, writer, and curator based in Perth. While primarily drawing-based, his art practice also incorporates ceramics, photography, and expansive site-based curatorial projects. He particularly draws inspiration from heritage sites and museum collections, and has coordinated group and solo residencies at numerous iconic locations including the Spode China Factory, the Freud Museum London, and the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Nicholls has exhibited across Australia, Southeast Asia, Italy and the United Kingdom. He has curated projects for organisations including the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, and Object Galleries Sydney. His work is represented in collections including Artbank, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the City of Perth, and the Kedumba Collection of Australian Drawings. The Art Gallery of Western Australia showed a major solo exhibition of his work, Hyperkulturemia, from 2018-2019.


Group Exhibition: TEN

Art Collective WA presents a group exhibition celebrating 10 years.

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