Andrea Hannon is a contemporary artist based in South West London. She graduated with a First-class Honours degree in Fine Art at Coventry University, and has exhibited widely throughout the UK.
Her work explores pre-existing ideas of gender and the home, focusing particularly on how the individual experiences and responds to established knowledge or the 'already-known' in everyday life.
Combining imagery and objects from a range of old and new sources such as encyclopedias, magazines, books and secondhand stores, She creates surreal two-dimensional and three-dimensional works that question existing knowledge structures that define us in various ways by our biological sex.
Recent exhibitions include, Six Artists Celebrate Enid Marx and the British Folk Art Collection, Compton Verney Art Galley, Warwickshire (2018 ), FEMFEST, SWEET ‘ART, Ugly Duck, Tanner St, London (2017 ), The House is still named after Him, Wolverhampton Art Gallery (2016).