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Artist Susana Aldanondo
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Susana Aldanondo

Susana Aldanondo (b. 1976) is an Argentine-American post war painter.

Currently completing her Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) at the New York Academy of Art, where she was awarded the Academy Scholar Scholarship and the Susan Wasserstein Award.  The New York Academy of Art is a graduate art school in TriBeCa, founded by Andy Warhol.


Aldanondo studies with luminaries such as Heidi Hahn, Ted Schmidt, John Horn, among others at the New York Academy of Art.  Through academic training and research, she is embracing realism and figurative art, and finding her own voice in the figurative discipline.  Currently also completing an Artist Residency at the Metropolitan Museum in New York, where she has been encouraged to conduct academic research on European art masters, their painting techniques and biographies, guided by art master and historian Ted Schmidt.

She is a graduate of the Diploma for Fine Arts  in Painting at The Art Students League of New York, where other artists such as Jackson Pollock, Georgia O’Keefe, Mark Rothko, Yayoi Kusama, Louise Bourgeoisie, also studied.    While there, she studied with renowned abstract masters. There, she  won a Merit Scholarship by The Art Students League and was the winner of the Leonard Rosenfeld Award. She was selected by curators of The Museum of Modern Art in NYC (MoMA) Mitra Abbaspour PhD.,  James Lee  PS1MoMA for said scholarship. ...rmore


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The Gramercy Art Show

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