André Hemer (born 1981, New Zealand) is a painter whose work explores the intersections between digital media and painting. He received his PhD in Painting from Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney, Australia (2015) and his MA from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand (2006) including a Postgraduate Research Resincency at the Royal College of Art, London (2006). His works embrace and reveal the transformations and transactions occurring between the contemporary digital image and the traditional painted object. He has exhibited widely and is represented internationally in the United States by LUIS DE JESUS LOS ANGELES, in South-East Asia by Yavuz Gallery, Singapore and in New Zealand by Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland and Bartley and Company, Wellington. Recent solo exhibitions include The Cobra Effect, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery (2018), The Imagist & the Materialist, COMA Gallery, Sydney (2018), Making-Image at LUIS DE JESUS, Los Angeles (2018), IRL, Yavuz Gallery, Singapore (2017), New Representation, Chalk Horse Gallery, Sydney (2015), while group shows include Watching Windows, Te Uru Contemporary, Auckland (2016) André Hemer - Paintings 2005-2015, Pataka Art + Museum, Porirua City (2015), 100 Painters of Tomorrow, Beers Contemporary, London (2014). In 2017 Hemer was awarded a six-month residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York. Hemer is currently based in Vienna, Austria.