Balance is a collection of new and conceptual pieces by Brisbane artist Andy Harwood. Working in the deep and dynamic world of geometric abstraction, his latest show explores shape, size, position and the properties of space via a series of gritty, eye-brow raising pieces.
Harwood has exhibited his work in Australia and abroad, venturing as far as London and Berlin. Indeed, he's had nine solo exhibitions, been a part of over a dozen group shows and co-founded Brisbane art galleries Love Love Studio and S&M Studio.
Favouring clean cut lines and the purposefully imperfect use of shape, Harwood's work has become synonymous with famous names such as Duchamp, Kandinsky, Malevish and Rothko. His mathematically determined, colour drenched compositions focus on the relationships of forms and how they interact with one another.
Balance will exhibit at The Hold Artspace from the July 15 to 18, with opening night on July 17 at 6pm.