Undergraduate Fine Arts and Design

Andrea Hornick


B.A. Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH

M.F.A. San Francisco Art Institute

Andrea Hornick has shown extensively in New York and Los Angeles, most recently with David Krut Projects NY for which the catalogue, with essays by art historians Anne Higonnet and Bridget Alsdorf, Andrea Hornick Recent Work: 1460 – 1865 was published. A 1999 publication, Andrea Hornick: works from 1779 – 1798 was published for an installation and performance of the same name. She has taught at various institutions including Barnard College, Oberlin College, Auckland University, and taught as a Museum Teacher at The Jewish Museum, The Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, and The Morgan Library. Her work centers on the addition of animal spirit guides to old masters’ portraits in the form of altered reproductions, painting into existing 17th - 19th century copies, and works on paper inspired by old masters’ drawings. Performance, collage, and text are woven throughout the work. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including New York Magazine, L.A. Times, artnet.com, Mischief and Mayhem Books, and rawfemme.com.