Peggy Cyphers

Peggy Cyphers has had over 30 solo exhibitions throughout the United States and Europe since 1984. Cyphers received numerous awards for her work, including NEA, Elizabeth Foundation, Peter S. Reed Foundation, and Pratt Faculty Fund Awards, as well as a PS1, Artist-in-Residence Award. Cyphers received residency fellowships to Tong Xian Art Residency Beijing, Santa Fe Art Institute, International Studio & Curatorial Program, Art Omi, Corporation of Yaddo, and Triangle Artists’ Workshop. 

Cyphers’ work has been reviewed by The New York Times, Art in America, Artforum, New York Observer, Brooklyn Rail, Arts, among others. She is in museum and public collections including Smithsonian Institution, Seattle Art Museum, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Rutgers University Print Archives, Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, Columbia Museum of Art, Weatherspoon Art Gallery, New Mexico State University, Citibank, Chase, among others. Peggy Cyphers is currently a Professor of Fine Arts at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.

Courtesy of Front Room Gallery