Andrew Beck graduated with a Master of Fine Arts from College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington in 2011. His practice sits in the space between painting and photography, creating work in 2- and 3 - dimension, exploring issues of light and space. His work has been shown in New Zealand, Australia, Germany, France, China and Japan. Exhibition highlights include major exhibitions such as Emanations: The Art of Cameraless Photography (curated by Geoffrey Batchen), Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, The Devil’s Blind Spot, Christchurch Art Gallery and The Specious Present (curated by Tina Barton), Adam Art Gallery, Wellington.
Beck continues to exhibit in New Zealand and overseas and his works are held in major public and private collections both nationally and internationally. In November 2019 he was awarded an artist-in-residence at the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation in Miami, Florida.