Andrew Kerr (b. 1977 Glasgow) lives and works in Glasgow. Selected solo exhibitions include: Mist At The Pillars, The Modern Institute, Osborne Street, Glasgow (2019); Blum & Poe, New York (2018); Wyndham School of Dancing, The Modern Institute, Bricks Space (2016); Away with Nora, BQ, Berlin (2015); The gallery is beside a church, apartments and a small park with fountain, Rat Hole Gallery, Tokyo (2015); the Other Shop, The Modern Institute, Aird’s Lane, Glasgow (2014); My Ceiling Our Responsibility, Shane Campbell Gallery, Lincoln Park, Chicago (2014); Dellmess was Charged, The Modern Institute, Osborne Street Glasgow (2012); Haul in, Cousin, BQ, Berlin (2012); So Ensconced, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2011); Deliveries: feeling one, running one, accepting one, against one, preparing one, revising one and sending one, Kunstverein Bremerhaven (2009); and Cojones Need Patience, The Modern Institute, Glasgow (2007).

Recent group exhibitions include: What You Do, I Like, Hospitalfield Arts, Arbroath (2018); I still believe in miracles, Inverleith House, Edinburgh (2016); Woodwork space, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow (part of Glasgow International 2016); I Cheer a Dead Man’s Sweetheart, De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill (2014); A Picture Show, Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow (2013); Beholder, Talbot Rice, Edinburgh (2011) and Fizz Up and Dissolve, The Project Room, Glasgow (2010).

Last year Andrew curated an exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery titled 'Years Off The Schooling: A Selection From The Hunterian'. 

A comprehensive new publication of Andrew’s exhibitions and works was published by The Modern Institute in 2020.