Andrea Cukier

Resume

Andrea Cukier was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1969, where she lived until age 28. She immigrated to the U.S. in 1997 and now resides in New York City.

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2012 Consulate General of Argentina in New York City
2011 CUNY, City College’s Center for Worker education
2010 Columbia University, New York City
2008 The Gold Wing Gallery of the Hebrew Tabernacle, New York City
2008 Consulate General of Argentina in New York City
2007 The New York Public Library, New York City
2006 Bidwell House Museum, Monterey, MA
2006 Local Project, Long Island City, NY
1993 Galería de Arte del Club Gimnasia y Esgrima, Buenos Aires, Argentina
1989 Galería Forma, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Most Recent Selected Group Exhibitions

2012 Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance Grantees Showcase
2011 Women in the Arts at The Queens, Museum, NY
2010 Women in the Heights, Juried show at The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance
2009 Women Forward, First New York biennale of Women Artists, a two part intergenerational show of 31 women artists celebrating Women's History Month, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn NY
2008 and 2009 9th Annual W.A.H.C. Salon, Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brooklyn NY
2007 NAP Invitational Small Works Show, New Arts Program, Lehigh Valley and Berks, PA
2006 The Art Gallery at Makor, 92 Street Y, New York City 8th Annual Juried Arts Exhibition at Hudson View Gardens, New York City
2005 The Times Square Gallery, New York City. Red Argentina at Local Project, Long Island City, NY
2004 American Fine Arts Society Gallery, New York City

Awards

2012 I-Park Foundation, Artist-in Residency Program
2011 Grant for Individual Artists, awarded by The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, NOMAA
2011 Experimental Inter-Disciplinary/Collaboration Projects, A.I.R , I-Park Foundation.
2010 Poster Project, Art in Elevators at Subway Stations, awarded by Artsist Unite in cooperation with the MTA, New York City Transit
2009 Grant for Individual Artists, awarded by The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, NOMAA for the project Inwood Skies
2008 Grant for Individual Artists, awarded by The Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance, NOMAA for the project Earth and Dreams in Inwood
2008 Eastern Frontier Educational Foundation, selected for the Norton Island Artist in Residency Program

Publications and Reviews

2010 Manhattan Times, “Andrea Cukier - Sky, framed by a funky place”
www.manhattantimesnews.com/2010/andrea-cukier-sky-framed-by-a-funky-place.html
2009 Catalogue for "Women Forward.” First New York biennale of Women Artists, a two part intergenerational show of 31 women artists celebrating Women's History Month.
2009 Celebrating Women’s History Month, by James Baldwin Cohen
www.wahcenter.net/exhibits/2009/womenforward/review_jamescohen_womenforward.html
2008 Lucid Culture, Art Reviews:
lucidculture.wordpress.com/2008/04/11/art-review-andrea-cukier-in-midtown
2008 Lucid Culture, Art Reviews:
lucidculture.wordpress.com/2008/01/21/the-latest-williamsburg-salon-art-club-show/
2006 The Aurora Review, spring issue.
www.theaurorareview.com
2006 The Art Students League of New York, 132nd Session Catalogue.
2006 The Aurora Review, winter issue.
www.theaurorareview.com

Collections

• Permanent collection of The Godwin Ternbach Museum, Queens, New York City
• The Argentine Consulate in New York City
• Permanent collection of The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center
• Private collections in the United States, France, Japan, Argentina, Australia and the United Kingdom

Educaction

1997 IUNA, Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte, Escuela Superior de Bellas Artes, E. de la Carcova (Graduate School of Visual Arts.), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Graduated as: Profesora Superior de Pintura. (accredited as a MA in Art Education and MFA).
1993 1993 Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes, P. Pueyrredon (Since 1997 IUNA, Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte, Departamento de Artes Visuales "Prilidiano Pueyrredón"), Buenos Aires, Argentina. Graduated as: Profesora Nacional de Bellas Artes. (accredited as a BFA)

Additional Education and Training

1999 to 2006 The Art Students League of New York, regularly attended Painting and Drawing workshops
2005 Pratt Institute, School of Continuing Education, studied Drawing for Animation
1989 to 1994 Asociación Amigos del Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, attended seminars on Art History, Sculpture Appreciation and Coontemporary Argentine Painting
1992 Certified as Art and Design Instructor for the International general Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) by Cambridge University, U.K.
1988 Universidad de Buenos Aires (University of Buenos Aires), studied Linguistics, Biology, Literature and Philosophy

Professional Experience

In Buenos Aires, Argentina:
• Instructor and Assistant to the Professors of Studio Art, Aesthetics and Art History, Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes (National School of Fine Arts, since 1997 IUNA, Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte), Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1996-1998.
• Art Instructor at Florida Day School for the International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE), issued by Cambridge University, 1991-1993

In New York:
• Program Coordinator and Art Instructor, Yeshiva University Museum, 2000-2003.
• Art Teacher, PS 189, New York City School District 6, 1999-2000.
• Program Assistant/Educator, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, 1998-1999.
• President, NYC SPANISH, Spanish language and Intercultural Training, 2000 to present.

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©-2009-2013. Andrea Cukier. New York. US.