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Andrew Prayzner

Adjunct Instructor; K-12 Center Instructor


Andrew Prayzner is a visual artist, educator, and a founding member of Tiger Strikes Asteroid NY, an artist-run gallery in Brooklyn. He has twice been a resident at Yaddo and holds an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, and a BFA from the University of Hartford. He has participated in numerous national and international group exhibitions including the Aldrich Museum (Ridgefield, CT), Housatonic Museum of Art (Bridgeport, CT), The Wassaic Project (Wassaic, NY), Scotty Projects (Berlin, Germany) and SFA Projects (New York, NY).  In the summer of 2015, Andrew was a resident at Studio Kura in Fukuoka, Japan. He concluded the residency with a solo exhibition of nocturnal drawings titled One Hundred Views of Nothing. In 2016, his solo exhibition titled Horizontals was presented in the project space at Morgan Lehman (New York, NY).  In January 2019, Andrew exhibited twelve new paintings at the Hearst Corporation’s midtown gallery for an exhibition titled Art Now 2019: Metamorphosis, Changing Climate. He was part of a three-person exhibition in October 2022 at Underdonk (Brooklyn, NY). His work has been featured in Dual Magazine, The New York Times, Two Coats of Paint, Hyperallergic, Philadelphia Weekly, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Art in New England, New American Paintings, and Gorky’s Granddaughter.

MFA University of Pennsylvania 2005
BFA University of Hartford 1996