Katerina Lanfranco

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Lecturer Continuing and Professional Studies klanfran@pratt.edu 212.647.7199 p Manhattan Campus, Manhattan 2

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MFA Hunter College (Painting) 2006


Katerina Lanfranco's earned her BA in Art (Painting) and in Visual Theory and Museum Studies from UC Santa Cruz, and her MFA in Studio Art (Painting) from Hunter College, City University of New York. Her work has been represented by the Nancy Hoffman Gallery since 2006, and is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Kupferstichkabinett (Museum of Prints and Drawings) in Berlin, and the Corning Museum of Glass. She currently teaches studio art at Parsons The New School, Pratt Institute, Fordham University and Hunter College, CUNY. She created and taught "Experimenting with Collage," an online studio course for the Museum of Modern Art. Lanfranco also periodically teaches studio workshops at the American Folk Art Museum and MoMA, as well at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. She has been awarded several artists residencies including a six-month creative artist residency in Kyoto, Japan through the Japan/US Friendship Commission to study traditional Japanese arts & crafts. Lanfranco’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States, and internationally in Toronto, Canada; Berlin, Germany; Milan, Italy; and Kyoto, Japan. Lanfranco was the founder of Rhombus Space and is currently Chief Curator at Brooklyn’s Trestle Gallery. She is documenting her studio practice and experiences in the NYC art world through her recent Vlog project on YouTube.