Andrea Tese is a New York City based photographer and artist with a solo exhibition of her project “Inheritance” open at De Buck Gallery in New York City from January 9th to February 15th 2014. Past exhibitions include her debut solo show entitled “Boats Against the Current” at the Heist Gallery in New York City in 2009 as well as group exhibitions at (e)merge Art Fair in Washington DC, Photo Place Gallery in Vermont, the Palais de Glace in Buenos Aires, The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, The Lyceum Theatre Gallery in San Diego, The Seven Seas Gallery in Massachusetts, ConnerSmith Gallery and the Georgetown University Art Gallery in Washington DC, and the Visual Arts Gallery in New York City. Tese’s work is part of the permanent collection at George Eastman House, The Center for Fine Art Photography, the Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University and is owned by the prestigious Sandor Family Collection in Chicago. Her fine art photography has been featured in industry publications such as The Photo Review, American Photography, Exposure Magazine, Phillips du Pury’s phillipsartexpert.com and The Visual Arts Journal. Her multimedia installation work and video art was shown ar IUFF film festival in Milan in 2013, The Big Screen Project in New York in 2011 and Miami Art Basel in 2010.
Tese’s editorial work has been featured in The New York Times, T, Whitewall Magazine, CREEM, Foam Magazine, as well as international editions of Vice, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire and Cosmopolitan Magazines.
In May 2009 Tese was presented with the Young Innovative Award by the National Arts Club, as well as the Gold Medal award, the highest honor bestowed by the club.
After obtaining a BA from Georgetown University, she received her MFA from The School of Visual Arts in 2007.