Curriculum Vitae

Andrea Hornick 

Lives and works in New York City and Philadelphia, PA 


Master of Fine Arts  Studio Art, New Genres. San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 1999

Post Baccaluareate Certificate Painting, San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, 1997

Bachelor of Arts,  Studio Art and Dance, Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio, 1993

Additional Study in Painting: NY Studio School, SUNY Purchase, Corcoran School of Art


Exhibitions & Performances

One Person Exhibitions

Andrea Hornick: Unbounded Histories, Barnes Foundation, Commissioned Sound Piece and Video installed in the Barnes Foundation's Permanent Collection, January through May 2017

Journeys, Savery Gallery, New York, NY, May 2016

Journeys, Savery Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, March 2016

Andrea Hornick: Recent Work: 1460 – 1856, David Krut Projects NY, New York, NY, September, October 2009

Andrea Hornick: Works From 1460 – 1856 FAVA, Oberlin Ohio, January, 2010

Andrea Hornick: Recent Paintings, Jen Bekman, New York, NY, April 2004




Andrea Hornick: Unbounded Histories, Barnes Foundation, Shamanic Drumming and Talk, in conjunction with sound piece installation, January 6 and February 5, 2017, Philadelphia, PA

Meet Your Power Animal, Shamanic Drumming and Talk, Fivecar Garage and White Rose Studio, Los Angeles, CA, February 


Shamanic Drumming in conjunction with solo exhibition, Journeys, Savery Gallery, Philadelphia, PA, March   

Shamanic Drumming in conjunction with solo exhibition, Journeys, Savery Gallery, New York, NY May 


Contacting Thomas Eakins: Pensylvania Academy of Fine Art, Shamanic Drumming to contact Eakins in reference to his history with PAFA with students and PAFA museum senior staff, November

Shamanic Drumming: 3 performances at 3 historical site-specific locations, Artisti in Residenze a Tusa: Due South ("Verso Sud") e Officina Stamperia del Notaio,  Sicily, Italy, July


Histories of Altered Portraits and Shamanic Drum Journey with Drumming, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA, November

History of and Stories of Altered Portraits, Marginal Utility, Philadelphia, PA, November

Journey to encounter Power Animals, by invitation, Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall, University of Pennsylvania, March


Shamanic Drum Journey for Power Animals for Women and Renaissance Portraits of Women, AH Studio, Cambridge, MA, April 2011 and AH Studio, New York, NY, December 


Shamanic Journey to encounter Power Animals, by invitation, AH Studio, Cambridge, MA, February and April

1997 – 1999

Andrea Hornick: Works from 1779-1798, Lecture by Dr. Justine Frederika Rose, Curator for the Private Collection at the Vatican (a personal of Andrea Hornick):

San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA, Art Center, Los Angeles, CA, UC Davis, Davis, CA, Mills College, Oakland, CA, 7th Note, San Francisco, CA


Group Exhibitions

2016 - 2017:

Natural Philosophy, Martin Art Gallery, Muhlenberg College, PANov 2, 2016 - Jan 7, 2017

Due South, Deleware Center for the Contemporary Arts, November 21, 2016-through March 25th, 2017


Citywide; North by Northwest, Marginal Utility, Philadelphia, PA, November, 2013


Shameless, Nameless, & Recycled, POP Gallery, Culver City, CA, December 2009/January 2010 Shithead and Garbage Man, Participation in a Jason Middlebrook piece, Sarah Meltzer Gallery, New York, NY, December 2009/January 2010


Funky Fresh, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA July, August 2006

Boat Show, High Energy ConstructsLos Andgeles, CA April 2006


Pin UpStairs , Jen Bekman, New York, September 2005

The Meaning of Plus UC Rivington Museum, Rivington, CA September 2005

Painting’s Edge Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA July 2005

Good on Paper [Three Person Exhibition] Jen Bekman, New York, June 2005

The Meaning of Plus City of Angels Film Festival, Los Angeles, CA June 2005


Threads, Associations, Implications Stay Gold Gallery, Brooklyn, NY December 2004

Painting’s Edge Parks Exhibition Center, Idyllwild, CA July 2004

Pin Up Redux Jen Bekman, New York, NY July 2004

Cooper Union Residency Exhibition New York, NY June 2004

Is a Theme Necessary? Studio 107, Austin, TX March 2004

1999 - 2003

Night of 1000 Drawings Artists Space, New York, NY November 2003

Open Studio New York, NY December 2002

Domicile Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY January 2002

Andrea Hornick: Works from 1779-1798 (talk and performance) UC Davis, Davis, CA May 2000

Lucy and Piltdown Man (performance) ABC No Rio, New York, NY March - April 2000

Andrea Hornick: Works from 1779-1798 (exhibition and performance) Three Person Exhibition, Diego Rivera Gallery, San Francisco Art Instiute, San Francisco, CA May 1999

Andrea Hornick: Works from 1779-1798, San Francisco Art Institute,

Art Center, Pasadena, CA February - April 1999

New Video Spring Show, Walter McBean Gallery, San Francisco, CA May 1999


Commissions, Residencies, and Visiting Artist Talks

Commission: Barnes Foundation Audio Piece for their Private Collection, upcoming January, February 2017

Due South, Residency in Tusa, Sicily, Italy, 2015, invitation by curator, Marianne Bernstein

Commission: Addition of Power Animal to a 19th Century copy of a Raphael painting commissioned by art historian, Anne Higonnet, 2011

Commission: Addition of Power Animal to a 19th Century copy of a Rembrandt painting commissioned by art collector, 2011

Print Edition of Bound and Protected…,  The Working Proof Gallery, 2011

Print Edition of Recent Work: 1465 – 1860, Art + Culture, 2010

Visiting Artist, Lecture and Classroom Visit, Oberlin College, Oberlin OH, October 2009

Painting’s Edge (2004 Painting Fellowship) Idylwild Arts Academy, Idyllwild, CA July 2004, 2005

Cooper Union Summer Residency Program Cooper Union, New York City June 2004

Vermont Studio Center (scholarship) Johnson, VT June 2003

Visiting Artist University of California at Davis, CA March 2000



Artsy, 2017: You Can Now Tour the Barnes Foundation with a Shamanic Guide in Your Ear, by Meredith Mendelsohn

Hyperallergic 2017: Conjuring Paintings' Inermost Thoughts at the Barnes Foundation, by A.M. Weaver

Huffington Post, 2017: With Liberty and Justice for Some: An Exhibition Honoring Immigrants, by Amy Pleasant

Philadelhia Enquirer, 2017: Shamanic Drumming, Poetry, Soundscapes: Barnes Welcomes First Ever Sonic Installation, by A.D. Amorosi

WHYY, 2017: Poet Offers Impressions of Barnes Collection with Sound Intallation, by Peter Crimmins

Barnes Foundation, 2017: Interview With Andrea Hornick about Unbounded Histories at the Barnes Foundation, Interiew with Curator, Martha Lucy on Barnes Foundation Website via Sound Cloud

Artblog, 2017: Andrea Hornick's Metamorphoses: Unbounded Histories at the Barnes, by Flora Ward

Spirit News, 2017: Sound Intervention Exhibit Now Running at the Barnes Foundation, by Steve Bohnel

KQED, 2107: Portraits of an Imigrant Filled Nation at Walter Maciel Gallery, by Sarah Hotchkiss and Kelly Whalen

Visual Art Source, 2017: The Real Innauguration Day, by Bill Lasarow

Visual Art Source, 2017With Liberty and Justice for Some, by Simone Kusatz

Uwishunu, 2017: The Barnes Foundation Debuts New Sound Installation: Unbounded Histories, by Grace Dickenson

Andrea Hornick, Works from 1460 – 1856 with essays by: Anne Higonnet, Collected Works and Bridget Alsdorf: Femininity and Animality – Portraits of a Lady Exposed, David Krut Publishing 2009

Andrea Hornick: Works from 1779 – 1798, Andrea Hornick Studio and Red Dot Books, 1999 and 2013


Teaching Positions


Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania, Graduate seminar: Museum as Site: Critique, Intervention, and Production offered to Fine Art, Visual Studies, Art History, and Architecture students, and Drawing 1, 2012 – present,

Lecturer, Barnard College, Drawing in and from Musuems, New York, NY, 2011

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art, Traditional Painting Technique, Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, 2010

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Art, Advanced Drawing: Technique, Collage, Interiors, and Recent Contemporary Art with Design Influence, University of Auckland School of Architecture, Auckland, New Zealand, 2007

Instructor of Art, Solomon Schecter School, New York, NY 2002 - 2005

Instructor of Art, summer video courses, The Jewish Museum, New York, NY 2000 - 2004

Instructor of Art, New York City Museum School, New York, NY 2000 - 2001

Museum Educator, Museum Teacher: The Jewish Museum, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, Morgan Library, American Museum of Natural History, NY 1999 – 2006