• Behind the Black Curtain VII | 2018 | Archival print on canvas | 50 x 40 cm | Edition of 5

  • Altar to the Underground (Triptych) | 2016-2018 | Digital print on hessian | 240 x 120 cm each panel | Unique state

  • Adrift | 2018 | in collaboration with Victoria May | Digital print on vellum | 240 x 75 cm (3 x 2 panels) | Edition: 3 | Image by Alex Makeyev

  • Going Underground | 2015-2016 | Relief print on Whenzou mulberry paper, military textile, cotton | 550 x 100 cm | Unique state

  • Mother and the Four Thieves Vinegar | 2014 | Monoprint, interference pigment, letraset | 100 x 70cm | Unique state

Andrea Przygonski


Andrea Przygonski is an Adelaide-based artist and curator whose practice bridges print, installation, light, sound, textiles and sculpture. Przygonski trained at Adelaide Central School of Art, AC Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago and University of SA. She holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts (2008) and Master of Visual Arts (2018) and currently operates from Little Sparrow Studios and Post Office Project Studios.

Within the context of a print-focussed approach, her conceptual areas of interest are memory, music, the environment, repetition and contemporary issues.  Przygonski’s work blends artforms and has recently tended towards a theatricality that aims to blur the boundaries of what an imprint may be.  The work is mostly abstracted with form and colour as fundamental elements of her visual language.

Her work has been supported through scholarships, grants and mentorships and is held in numerous public and private collections within Australia and overseas.