Works in the Collection
Katrina Andry is a printmaker from New Orleans, LA. Andry received her MFA in printmaking from Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge in 2010. Andry has had solo exhibitions at institutions such as The Hammonds House Museum and the Pensacola Museum of Art. She has also had work in both the Ogden Museum of Southern Museum in New Orleans and the New Orleans Museum of Art. Her artist residencies include the Joan Mitchell Center in New Orleans, Anchor Graphics in Chicago, and Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA.
Andry’s work is often in dialogue with the viewer, asking them to confront their own biases and how they affect their community’s quality of life. Andry’s recent work expresses the joint experiences of gentrification, unequal education, unequal pay, and gender politics in society. She also delves into the negative effects of stereotypes on African American communities. Andry lived and works in New Orleans.