Albany Andaluz

Bronx, New York

Artworks shown are selected from works submitted by the artist in their grant or residency application. All works are copyright of the artist or artist’s estate.

About Albany Andaluz

Albany Andaluz is a self-taught multimedia artist whose work highlights the intersections of Caribbean, South American, and American political identities. Her work illustrates the intricacies of navigating first-generation American experience through the dynamic lens that is the low-income New York bloque. Andaluz’s multimedia approach binds and personifies discarded personals through textile-based photography, painting, installation, and sculpture to reference the inseparable relationship between history, systems, and social behavior. She has completed residencies with BronxArtSpace, ProjectArtNYC, and is currently a resident at the Joan Mitchell Foundation’s pilot Early Arts Practitioners Council. Andaluz’s work has appeared on BronxNet, in ArtForum, and has exhibited at arts institutions like the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Queens Museum of the Arts, and BronxArtSpace.

Program Participation

Early Art Practitioners Council, 2019

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