Christina Graf is a Brooklyn-based artist, maintaining a studio in Crown Heights. She received an MFA in Visual Arts from CUNY Queens College. She studied Fine Arts and Art Education at Parsons School of Design. She completed her BFA inVisual Arts at SUNY Purchase, where she focused on Painting, Printmaking and Art of the Book. She has completed postgraduate studies in web and graphic design at The School for Visual Arts.
Christina has designed and constructed Broadway window installations and in-store displays for ABC Carpet and Home and Kate’s Paperie in NYC. She has taught and mentored at The Institute for Arts and Humanities, Rutgers University and at The NJ Foundation for the Blind, Denville, NJ.
Christina’s work has exhibited nationally and internationally, most notably at “Tell Them Stories” (curated by Tun Myaing and Marshall Jones), Mark Miller Gallery, NYC; “Form and Substance” (curated by Integrated Visions), Gowanus Ballroom, Brooklyn, NY; Woodward Gallery, NYC; A.I.R. Gallery, NYC; Thinkspace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Arthouse / AMOA, Austin, TX; The Bushwick Artist Project, Brooklyn, NY; Strychnin Gallery, NYC, Berlin and London; and Montclair University, Montclair, NJ.