A Fulbright Fellow in Jerusalem at the turn of the millennium, Andrew Beckham found his voice through the lens of cosmology, aspiring to provide a poetic response to ontological concerns. Beckham’s work is represented in museum collections nationally, including the MacArthur Foundation, Denver Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, Taylor Art Museum at Colorado College, Fralin Museum of Art at UVA, Joslyn Art Museum, and the Phoenix Art Museum’s InFocus Foundation, among others.
In the summer of 2018, three of Mr. Beckham’s photographs were featured in New Territory: Landscape Photography Today, an international survey of contemporary works at the Denver Art Museum. In the Spring of 2021, Mr. Beckham’s large-scale charcoal drawings from the Harbinger project were exhibited for the first time at Regis University. His most recent solo exhibition, A Cloud of Unknowing, was exhibited at Michael Warren Contemporary and garnered wide critical acclaim during Denver’s Month of Photography in the Spring of 2023.
Mr. Beckham is the Visual Arts Department Chair at St. Mary’s Academy in Englewood, Colorado. He holds an MA in Aesthetic Theory from Prescott College and a BFA in printmaking and photography from the Pacific Northwest College of Art.