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Luanda Lozano

Born in Humpata, Angola. Luanda Lozano earned a BFA degree in Illustration at Parsons The New School of Design

in New York and developed her love for prints at the Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop with the Peruvian

artist Claudio Juarez.

Her prints are part of several prestigious collections, among them: Kanagawa Museum Print Collection in Japan; Museo Nacional del Grabado, Argentina; Varna Museum, Bulgaria; Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey (Robert Blackburn Printmaking Workshop Portfolio 2000); Library of Congress, USA (Robert Blackburn Print Collection); The Smithsonian American Art Museum (DYPG portfolio Manifestaciones); National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts and Florean Museum in Maramures, Romania. Luanda was part of the teaching staff at the Bronx River Art Center for almost a decade, where she taught drawing and printmaking. Other places where she has taught include: Center for Contemporary Prints in Norwalk, Connecticut; Pelham Art Center in New York, Escuela de Bellas Artes in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Museum for African Art, New York and Artist Proof Studio in South Africa. She was one of the five artists selected by the New York Print Club for their annual Artist Showcase in 2016. Currently, she is the co-Vice President of the Manhattan Graphics Center, a print studio located in Manhattan, New York.

Prints by Luanda Lozano


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