Krystyna Printup (New York, 1983) is a Brooklyn based artist, curator and designer whose work investigates her identity as an Indigenous woman and the issues surrounding ideal representations of the Native American community. A member of the New York Tuscarora Turtle Clan, Printup references her tribal history throughout her paintings, sculptures and design work referencing American Indian folk art, pop culture stereotypes, and objects of everyday life which are then combined with her own traditions and history. She has exhibited at Marianne Boesky gallery; Mehr Midtown Gallery; Schafler Gallery; White Box Gallery; The Hole; NYU Kimmel Windows Gallery; Year 08 Art Fair: London and at the Whitney Biennial 2017. As co- founder and designer for Perry and Printup, Printup has worked with artists Rita Ora, Die Antwoord, and 2ne1 to create dramatic costume headwear for concert performances and music videos. Her pieces become wearable art embodying influential traits similar to that of native regalia worn at powwows. She is a winner of the Art for Progress Artist search and a recipient of the Norwood Arts Club Founding Members Arts Award & membership. Printup launched an original art collection with The Company Store for their inaugural Fine Art Collection launch in 2018. Her work is currently featured on the social art collecting platform ARTFARE as part of the top 60 contemporary artist to collect in 2019. Printup received a BFA from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY and a MLA from StonyBrook College, Stony Brook, NY.