Katarina Burin (b. 1975, Bratislava, Slovakia) lives and works in Cambridge, MA. Studied BA in Fine Arts, University of Georgia, Athens, GA (1999); Skowhegen School of Painting and Sculpture, ME (2001); and MA in Fine Arts, Yale School of Art, New Haven, CT (2002). Burin’s artwork takes variable forms and is profoundly informed by the history of architecture. With a particular emphasis on Modernism, female architects, and historical documentation, she executes drawings, models, collages, and installations, one of the latter of which earned her the Institute of Contemporary Art’s James and Audrey Foster Prize (2013 ). Select solo exhibitions include Petra Andrejova-Molnár - Contribution and Collaboration, The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society, Chicago, US (2015); Pre-arranged Comfort, Ratio 3, San Francisco, US (2014); NADA Cologne, Galerie M29, Cologne, DE (2013); Between Brno & Budapest, Galerie M29 Richter & Brückner, Cologne, DE (2012); and Permanents, Transients, Air conditioned, Country Club Projects, Cincinnati (2010). Select group exhibitions include Model Shop, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, US (2015); Trapping Lions in the Scottish Highlands, Aspen Art Museum (2013); Brute, Carpenter Centre for Visual Arts, Cambridge MA (2013); and Abstract Location, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Chicago, US (2011).
Last updated: 16.03.2017