Katrina Andry
Lives & Works in New Orleans, USA
Katrina Andry is considered a master printer in woodcut printmaking, the oldest form of printmaking. In her most recent body of work, “Afro-what-if-ism: Reimagining one night in 1811” (2022), Andry chronicles distinct moments in history from a personal, historical, and present-day perspective. The series is informed by the largest revolt in US history by enslaved-people.

Andry received an MFA in Printmaking, in 2010 and a BFA in 2004 from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. Two years after graduating from her MA she was listed as one of the top 50 printmakers in Art in Print magazine. Her work has been exhibited across the US at Prospect.5, New Orleans; Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta; Katonah Museum of Art, Katonah; Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans; Wingate Art Museum at Hendrix College, Conway; Louisiana State University Museum of Art, Baton Rouge; The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, Charleston and Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola. This year, her work will be exhibited at the Newcomb Art Museum in New Orleans and in 2025 in the Amelie A. Wallace Gallery, SUNY College at Old Westbury.

Andry is a Teaching Fellow in the MFA graduate seminar at Tulane University. She is a 2021 National Performance Network (NPN) and a 2023 Soul of Nations Foundation grant recipient.

Katrina Andry will be presented by MARC STRAUS.
Katrina Andry, In the Field of Simple Childhood Pleasures and Burning Houses, 2023, Monotype, linocut, collage, acrylic, and oil pastel, 122 x 147.25 cm. Courtesy of the artist and MARC STRAUS.