In August 2014, Andres completed his MA in Creative Practice at Leeds College of Art. His master’s project was a series of paintings whose themes embodied Argentina’s last dictatorship.
Andres completed his MA with distinction in 2014,
and in the following October 2014, took part in the MA inaugural exhibition at Leeds Gallery. Shortly after, his painting “Madres” won the Yorkshire Art Journal cover competition.
"Madres" - Mothers. Oil on canvas, 180 x 200cm - is a symbolic representation of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, an association of Argentine mothers whose children "disappeared" during the military dictatorship(1976/1983). In March 2016, he donated this painting to the association of Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, which is currently on exhibition at the ex-ESMA (a formerly illegal, secret detention centre of the dictatorship).