Katarina Burin

Passion in Every Detail

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Year 2021
Medium Graphite and coloured pencil on stationery
Dimensions 29.7 x 21.1 cm

About the work

This piece is part of an ongoing series of drawings made specifically for the Drawing Room Biennials, each one made on found or made (by the artist) hotel stationary. The drawings relate in thematic and formal ways over the span of the last 4 years.

About the artist:

Born in 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).

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