Katarina Burin is an artist and lecturer in Environmental and Visual Studies at Harvard University. 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). She has participated in many group exhibitions including at the Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, Aspen Art Museum, Form/Content (London), White Columns (New York), Participant Inc. (New York) and Galerie Max Hetzler (Berlin). She was the recipient of the 2013 James and Audrey Foster Prize from the ICA Boston. In 2012-13 Katarina co-curated the exhibition Brute at the Carpenter Center of Visual Arts and published the first artist book of her current project: the work of P.A.-Molnár. Burin was recently the recipient of the Schloss Solitude fellowship and a 2014 Graham Foundation publication grant. Earlier awards include a Dedalus Master of Fine Arts Fellowship as well as residencies at the MuseumsQuartier in Vienna, Skowhegan, Yaddo and MacDowell. She received her MFA from Yale University and her BFA from University of Georgia.