Andy Rihn was born in 1975 in San Antonio, Texas and raised in South Texas. In the last 20 years he has founded and starred in a performance art group, recorded with a U.S. touring faux French rock band, hosted an interview show for Volcom Ent., released a book with Monofonus Press titled ‘The Tiger’s Last Tooth’ and made a lot of art work.
His installations, performances, sculptures, and drawings have shown at The Front in New Orleans, DiverseWorks in Houston, Okay Mountain, Gallery Lombardi, Common House and Arthouse in Austin. He has also had solo shows at MASS Gallery, Monofonus, and Co-Lab, as well as creating and curating shows for El Cosmico in Marfa, Highwire Arts of San Antonio, Frontera Fest, and Fusebox.
In 2011 Rihn was the recipient of a grant from The Idea Fund, through The Andy Warhol Foundation, and created and directed ‘Texas’ Longest Hammer Choir’, a large-scale art,music and film happening. This Happening turned into an multi-media installation shown in Marfa, San Antonio, and Austin.
He is a member of MASS Galley and currently lives and works in Wimberley, Texas with his wife, Pearly and their two children Clarabow Darling and Anchor Louis. In 2016 they opened a shop, Old Man Jam Box, in East Austin featuring Rihn's art and furniture with Pearly's line of handmade clothes, accessories and leather goods.
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