Katrina Majkut "Her Pleasure Trojan Condom"
Katrina Majkut "Her Pleasure Trojan Condom" 2013
Fiber Art: Cross-stitched thread on Aida cloth, Framed
Dimensions: 8in x 8in
Signed on Recto, Includes Signed Certificate of Authenticity
Katrina Majkut (My’kut), a visual artist and writer, is dedicated to understanding how social traditions impact civil rights. She uniquely employs observational painting techniques in the embroidery medium of cross-stitch and a new feminist fourth wave strategy she calls Boomerang Intersectionalism to create her artwork. Majkut exhibits nationally in both commercial and college galleries, where she lectures on women’s issues, art activism, and textile arts. She was listed as one of four international artists starting a new chapter in feminist art by Mic Media and listed as a must-see artist by Hyperallergic magazine. In 2022, she will be in the Bronx Museum Biennial and a 2022 Wassaic Projects Family Fellow. In 2021, she will have a solo show at Alma College (MI) and be in a group show at Kleinert/James Center for the Arts in Woodstock, NY. In 2020, she curated a show on America’s gun consumerism and violence at Dinner Gallery, exhibited at Smack Mellon (NY) and was in the Abortion is Normal exhibit at Eva Presenhuber and Arsenal Gallery (NY). In 2019, she was a Bronx Museum AIM Fellow and in the Feminist Incubator Residency at Project for Empty Space (NJ). She has done an Instagram art takeover for Planned Parenthood, exhibited at Dorsky Gallery, Spring Break, A.I.R. Gallery, and the Mint Museum, and was an artist in residence at MASS MoCA. She has exhibited in over 30 college galleries. Majkut published her first non-fiction book in 2018, “The Adventures and Discoveries of A Feminist Bride”, which aims to make weddings more egalitarian. Her art catalogue is in the library at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, D.C.. Majkut earned her BA from Babson College and her MFA from SMFA at Tufts University. She lives and works in New York.
Learn more about her artwork and exhibitions on our website.
This artwork is currently featured in The Untitled Space group show " UNRAVELED: Confronting The Fabric Of Fiber Art" On View at The Untitled Space from April 17 - May 28th, 2021. For more info visit: https://untitled-space.com/