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Spring 2016 – Katarina Burin

Areas_2D_Print_Visiting Artists_BurinKatarina Burin, Cambridge, MA
Lecture: Monday February 15, 2016, 5:30pm, AA109

Katarina Burin is a lecturer at Harvard University in The Department of Visual and Environmental Studies (VES). Born in Bratislava, Slovakia, Burin received her MFA in from Yale University (2002) and her BFA from the University of Georgia (1999). Her work investigates the representation and display architectural histories, including the invention of an early-20th century architect named Petra Andrejova-Molnár. In 2013, she was awarded the prestigious James and Audrey Foster Prize at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. Her recent solo projects include exhibitions at Kunstverein Langenhagen, Akademie Schloss Solitude (Stuttgart) and P! (New York), along with gallery exhibitions at Ratio 3 (San Francisco), M29 Richter & Brückner (Cologne) and Lucile Corty (Paris).  During her visit she will work in the UTK Print Workshop on a limited edition print. Her visit is sponsored by The UTK College of Architecture and Design and the UTK Printmaking Program

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