“Furnace Creek, Zabriskie Point, Death Valley,” “Continental Divide,” and “Bryce Canyon” by Katrina Majkut
Furnace Creek, Zabriskie Point, Death Valley
Katrina Majkut (My’kut) is a visual artist and writer living in Brooklyn, New York. She is dedicated to understanding and exploring feminine narratives and civil rights in aesthetics and social practices within mediums such as embroidery, painting and writing. She recently exhibited at Babson College, the Mint Museum, N.C. and was an Artist in Residence at MASS MoCA. In the spring of 2018, her work will be shown at CUNY: College of Staten Island exhibit, Don’t Touch My Papaya. Majkut was featured in VICE Communication’s Broadly, listed as one of four international artists starting a new chapter in feminist art by Mic Media in 2014, highlighted as a must-see artist in the Gowanus Open Studios by Hyperallergic (2014/15/16). She’s been a featured online artist at the Museum of Contraception and Abortion in Vienna, Austria and the International Museum of Women’s “#EqualityIs” media project. Her art catalogues are in several library collections including the National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C.
Majkut also specializes in Western marriage and wedding traditions as examined through her writing with humor and honesty at her website, TheFeministBride.com and various publications from Bustle.com, Bust.com to Bitch Media. Majkut holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Babson College, and a post-baccalaureate certificate and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University.