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Andrew Kromelow is a New York-based artist/educator who has exhibited throughout the United States and Europe. He has exhibited at The Bochynek Gallery in Dusseldorf, The Danish Pavilion in Venice, Luhring Augustine Gallery in New York and has been commissioned by The Public Art Fund in New York. Kromelow's work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Art in America, Time Out New York and numerous European newspapers. Kromelow was the recipient of a California State Art Grant. Kromelow received a Masters of Fine Arts form UCLA, Bachelor of Arts from Bennington College. He has taught at UCLA, Columbia University, and CUNY.

Teaching Experience

Columbia University New York, NY
Adjunct Assistant Professor 2009/2001-2004
Visiting Lecturer 2003
Borough of Manhattan Community College New York, NY
Adjunct Professor (Intro to Sculpture) 2004-2006
Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art Ridgefield, CT
Instructor (Diorama and Collage) 1997
University of California Los Angeles, CA
Teaching Assistant (Sculpture) 1991-1994

 Work Experience

Jason Flom New York, New York
Personal Curator and Conservator 2007-Present
Responsible for management, installation, repairs and preservation of museum quality contemporary art collection.
Lava Records New York, New York
Curator of Rock and Roll Ephemera 2007-Present
Curated the ephemera in accordance with the Rock and Roll aesthetic.  Became the standard against which all other Rock and Roll artifacts were judged.
Norah Jones Brooklyn, New York
Project Director 2008-Present
Supervised all aspects related to retro fitting a 160-year-old brownstone with the latest in low impact  and ultra efficient technologies including Geothermal heating and cooling, solar array, computer  controlled smart system, reclaimed lumber and environmental low impact paint and finishes.  First brownstone ever to be retrofitted with geothermal technology in New York City


University of California

MFA Sculpture

Los Angeles, CA


Bennington College


Bennington, VT



Conservation and Restoration Skills
Certified Welder
Master Woodworker
Set Designer and Builder
American Red Cross CPR and Open Water Rescue Certified

 Honors and Awards

2002 Art in America - 11th best Public Art Piece in the US
2001 Public Art Fund Commission, New York City
1994 California Arts Council

Related Experience

New York Theatre Ballet New York, NY
Head Scenic Painter 2004 - 2014
School of Visual Arts New York, NY
Guest Critic 1999
Burnett Miller Gallery Los Angeles, CA
Director of Installation 1990-1993
Frank O. Gehry and Associates Los Angeles, CA
Studio Engineer 1989-1990
Richard Jackson Pasadena, CA
Artist Assistant 1988-1994

Solo Exhibitions

2005 Free Wheelin Free Will On the Level Casey Case Casino of the Universal Mind

Park Avenue Studios, Bronx, NY

A traveling healing-spiritual-center of nutrition and dream interpretation.  Its design and interactivity are based on the writings of the clairvoyant Edgar Cayce and the warp of the universe that weaves us into one people.

2001 Little Red Theatre

Chashama, New York, NY

A self-contained red-raked fantastical portable pictorial-proscenium theatre in which well-dressed taxidermied animals watch you watch a play about them.

2001 Little Red Cinema

Bochynek Gallery, Düsseldorf, Germany

The movie-version of Kromelow’s Seagull runs ensconced between digital mosaics of the characters peacefully preserved in period attire.

1999 Poor Boy Country Club

Luhring Augustine Gallery, New York, NY

A pop-up fold-out traveling log-cabin distillery where you can sit and read one of over 3000 National Geographic magazines while drinking “Andy’s Candy” the 170-artist’s-proof elixir cure-all.

Group Exhibitions

2007 High Line Show, curated by Tom Sachs New York, NY
2004 Serienmörder, Bochynek Gallery Düsseldorf, Germany
2003 Salon de Bronx, Storage Space Gallery Bronx, NY
2002 Mondo Came II, LeRoy Nieman Gallery New York, NY
2001 Columbia University Faculty Art Show,

Le Roy Nieman Gallery

New York, NY
2000 Halcyon Days, Metro-tech Center Brooklyn, NY
2000 Neues Talent, Bochynek Gallery Düsseldorf, Germany


2002 I Like Tillie, Tillie Likes Me New York, NY
National Arts Club

Re-creation of Joseph Beuys And His Coyote with Tillamook Cheddar

References available upon request