Bio

Andrea Cukier is a New York-based visual artist from Argentina. Her work focuses on nature, her love for its conservation and her anxiety about its destruction.

Her paintings have been part of several juried and invitational group such as New York’s First Biennale of Women Artists at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in Brooklyn.

She had solo shows at prestigious venues such as The Argentine Consulate in New York City, Columbia University, The New York Public Library, The Bidwell House Museum, and Local Project Gallery in New York City.

Ms. Cukier holds a degree of Profesora Superior de Pintura, from Argentina (accredited in the US as a dual Master’s Degree in Fine Arts and Art Education). She is now a candidate for MFA in Illustration, as she currently in the last year of a 3-year MFA program at SUNY’s Fashion Institute of Technology.

Her most recent projects have included artist’s books and collaborations with artists from other disciplines.

Throughout her career she has taught studio art and art history and has participated in several projects with developmentally challenged children.

Her illustrations are published in a children’s book: “Hope for Sudan” (Mirror Publishing, ISBN 1612253237).

She has won several awards, most recently a Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance Grant to Individual Artists, and has participated at several Artist in Residency Programs, including a Residency at MASS MoCA.

Andrea Cukier’s work is in the permanent collection of The Godwin Ternbach Museum, The Argentine Consulate in New York City, Sloan Kettering Center, and in private collections in the United States, France, Japan, Holland, Australia, Argentina and England.