Born 1975 Bratislava, Katarina Burin lives and works in Cambridge. Graduated from BA Fine Arts, University of Georgia, Athens (1999); ME at Skowhegen School of Painting and Sculpture (2001); and MA Fine Arts at Yale School of Art, New Haven (2002).
Selected solo and two person exhibitions include Katarina Burin: Irrational Attachments, Providence College Galleries (PC–G), Providence (2020); a low storey between two others, Katarina Burin and Farhad Mirza, Anthony Greaney, Somerville (2019); Authorship, Architecture, Anonymity: The Impossible Career of Petra Andrejova-Molnàr, Bennington College (2019); Žijeme (We Live or Living), VI PER Gallery, Prague (2018); and Petra Andrejova-Molnár - Contribution and Collaboration, The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, Chicago (2015). Selected group exhibitions include Model Shop, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco (2015); The Ultimate Vessel, Koppe Astner, Glasgow 2015); Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, Aspen Art Museum (2013); Brute, Carpenter Centre for Visual Arts, Cambridge, Massachusetts (2013); Permutation 03.4: Re-Mix Documentation, P!, New York (2013); and Abstract Location, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago (2011).
Awards include the Radcliffe Institute Fellow at Harvard University (2017-2018); the Graham Foundation Publication Grant (2014); the James and Audrey Foster prize from the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston (2013); and the Schloss Solitude fellowship (2012). Residencies include IASPUS in Stockholm (2020-2021).
Last updated: 06.05.2021