Emily Furr is a New York based visual artist who received her MFA from Hunter College, NY in 2018. Her work examines patriarchal structures, collective unconscious, and the cosmic void. Her debut solo show at Sargent’s Daughters, New York received reviews in Artforum and Hyperallergic, and she has exhibited at Maria Bernheim Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland; Achenbach Hagemeier, Berlin, Germany as well as having work on view at NADA Miami 2018 and Marfa Invitational 2019. She will have a solo show of new paintings at 12.26 Gallery in Dallas, TX in February 2020.
Microcosms: Works on Paper is a series of small collages using paper ephemera, paint, graphite, and ink. Each work will examine tiny worlds found in humankind, nature, and the cosmos.