Andrea Gregson was awarded a Postgraduate Fellowship to study sculpture at the Academy of Fine Art, Warsaw, Poland from 1995-1997 and graduated with MA Fine Art  from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1998. She lives and works in London and is a Senior Lecturer and MA Fine Art Subject Leader in Fine Art at University for the Creative Arts, Farnham.

In 2016, she realised Casting Space: Sculpture from the Anthropocene at University of East London supported by Henry Moore Foundation. She has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows including Gestures of Resistance, Romantso, Athens (2017); Restless Terrain, AVA Gallery, UEL, London (2016); Down To Zero, Patrick Heide, London (2014); Mindful Things, Concrete, Hayward Gallery, London (2012); Polemically Small, Torrance Art Museum, LA, USA (2011); Last Night For Ever, The Garden Museum, London (2009); Exeter Phoenix (2008); The Future Can Wait, Galerie Shuster, Berlin (2009); Galerie 1816, Bretenoux, France (2007);  shortlisted for Jerwood Sculpture Prize, Jerwood Space, London (2005);  Corpus, Storey Gallery Lancaster (2001); and Sleep, CCA, Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw (2000). Art residencies include Gæsteatelier Hollufgård, Funen, Denmark (2017); Outlandia, Fort William, Scotland (2015); and Bronze Fellow at Chelsea School of Art (2011).

Her curatorial collaborations include: Gustav Metzger’s collective artwork Remember Nature in 2015, Gustav Metzger’s  Facing Extinction: The Conference at UCA Farnham,  and his solo show at James Hockey Gallery and Herbert Read Gallery (2014)  livestreamed at the Extinction Marathon,  Serpentine Gallery, London; Workshop of Hereafter, Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London (2009); The Miniature World Show, Jerwood Space, London (2006);  Transformed Space, Gallery XX1, Warsaw, Poland (2005); Lost & Found, Chambers Gallery, London (2004); In Transit, Chelsea Arts Building, New York (1998).