Advanced copies of Burr's latest book, a brand new contemporary prayers out in March 2021, available here.
In art projects, I magnify how experience folds and refolds in on itself. Sometimes the activity is wordless play; other projects are participatory and span installation, sculpture, book projects and drawing. Themes include immediacy, presence and attention, and ways of exploring what and who is here. I love learning by asking, and my questions are embodied in projects. - H. Burr 2019
Recent Projects: New drawing and painting, You Are Legend, more about Hannah's artist books, and recent press.
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Contemporary artist Hannah Burr lives in Southeast Michigan and is the author of four books about direct connection to inspiration and new ways of seeing and being in the world. Her fourth book, the brand new Contemporary Prayers to Whatever Works comes out in March of 2021. Her other books are:
the Elements: a love letter to all things everywhere (2019),
Help me [ ], do the thing (2016), and the original volume of
Contemporary Prayers to * [whatever works] (2013).
Hannah’s artwork has been on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Currier Museum NH, the Drawing Center NY, and both the Danforth and Rose Art Museums in greater Massachusetts. She is a Berkshire Taconic and Mass Cultural Council Award winner, and a former MacDowell Colony Fellow. Hannah has been represented by Judy Goldman Fine Art Gallery, Boston, Barbara Singer Fine Art Cambridge MA, and Judith Leighton Gallery Bluehill ME.