Annie Kammerer Butrus - CV


ANNIE KAMMERER BUTRUS

CV

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Born in Evanston, IL
Lives and works in Birmingham, AL

EDUCATION

1999 M.F.A., University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, Painting and Printmaking
1993 B.A., Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA, Art

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017

Tracing Shadows, with Yukon Teruya, Curated by Shannon Morris, Westobou Gallery, Augusta, GA
October 4 - November 17, 2017

2015

Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: 2015 Biennial, Johnson Center for the Arts, Troy, AL

2014

Alabama Now: ASCA Fellowship Recipients, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL

2013

Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: 2013 Biennial, Johnson Center for the Arts, Troy, AL
Landscapes of the Mind, Thomas Deans Gallery, Atlanta, GA
The Art of Healing, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, AL

2012

Children's of Alabama Art Collection, Children's Hospital, Birmingham, AL

2011

Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: The Biennial, Johnson Center for the Arts, Troy, AL

2010

Transitive Geographies: Contemporary Visions of an Evolving South, curated by Shannon Morris, Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA
Randall Bryan Gallery, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC
Alabama School of Fine Arts' Vulcan Materials Gallery, Birmingham, AL
To Kill a Mockingbird, Awakening America's Conscience, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL

2009

Peach Tree Trail, UAB, Birmingham, AL, Catalogue
Celebrating Contemporary Arts in Alabama, Johnson Center of the Arts, Troy, AL

2008

Energy in the 21st, 21st Street Studio, Bimingham, AL
New Work, Amanda Schedler Fine Art, Birmingham, AL
Visiting Artist Show, Samford University, Birmingham, AL
New Work, Coleman/Schedler Fine Art, Fairfield, CT
What They're Doing Now: The Best of 25 Years, Magic City Art Connection, Birmingham, AL

2007

Landscape into Art, Maralyn Wilson, Birmingham, AL

2006

Next Young Art Stars, Introductions '06, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Alabama Masters: ASCA Fellowship Recipients 2005-2006, Peach Tree Trail: Summer, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, AL
Alabama Masters: 2005-2006, The Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL
Made in Birmingham, Space 301, Mobile, AL, curated by Brett Levine
Peach Tree Trail, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL

2005

Red Clay Survey of Contemporary Southern Art, The Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL, Catalogue
Birmingham's Best Young Artists, Schedler Minchin Fine Art, Birmingham, AL
Expressions of Place, The Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL

2004

BAMA, Space One Eleven, Birmingham, AL (catalogue)

2003

Fallen Fruit, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
Group Exhibition, Maralyn Wilson Gallery, Birmingham, AL

2002

Urban Density Series, Space One Eleven Windows Project, Birmingham, AL
Magic City Art Connection (Emerging Artist Award), Birmingham, AL
National Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA; Juror: Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Guggenheim Museum, NY
15th McNeese Works on Paper Exhibition, Lake Charles, LA; Juror: Diane Barber, Visual Arts Director, Diverse Works, Houston, TX (catalogue)

2001

Twenty-First Street Studios, Birmingham, AL; Juror: Toni Nordan
Parade of Homes, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL

2000

Gastro-Aesthetics, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL
Alabama Veterans' Memorial, permanenet outdoor display, Birmingham, AL
Six Vignettes of Place, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
Space One Eleven Faculty Show, Birmingham, AL

1999

Passage: Consuming Rituals I, Snite Museum, University of Notre Dame, IN
Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Munster, IN; Juror: James Yood

1998

Stateline Vicinity Show, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL. Juror: Lynn Warren, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL

COLLECTIONS

Children's of Alabama Art Collection, Birmingham, AL
Southern Progress Corporation, Birmingham, AL
Collection of Former Duke University President Nannerl O. Keohane
Wellesley College, Rare Book Collection, Wellesley, MA
Private Collections

VISITING ARTIST LECTURES/PUBLIC TALKS/INTERVIEWS

2013

Daytime Alabama, NBC, WVTM-TV, Interview Wendy Garner, April 30
Selectively Curated, Shannon Morris, On the Sublime

2010

UAB, Guest lecturer Professor Jessica Dallow, Birmingham, AL
Thomas Deans Gallery, Artist Lecture

2005

Alabama State Council of the Arts Radio Series, interviewed by Georgine Clark

2004

BAMA Group Artist Lecture, Space One Eleven, Birmingham, AL

1998

National Public Radio, interviewed by Susan Smith, Northern Illinois Radio series

PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER MEDIA

2015

Roberts, Carolanne, "Down Home with Annie Kammerer Butrus," AAA Alabama Magazine, March, pg.35.

2014

Barnes, Courtney, "Pairing," Stylecourt Blog, January 12.

2013

Pigford, Courtney, "In the Studio with AK Butrus," The Scout Guide, February 7.
Barnes, Courtney, "Gallery Hopping," Stylecourt Blog, February 26.
Levine, Brett, "Fashion is Art," B-Metro, June.
Morris, Shannon, "Annie Butrus's Sublime," Selectivelycurated Blog, June 1.

2012

Pigford, Courtney, editor, Scout Guide, Birmingham Edition, Volume 1.

2010

Nelson, James, "'To Kill a Mockingbird' inspires visual artists in exhibit at Birmingham Civil Rights Institute", The Birmingham News, April 25.
Barnes, Courtney, "Transitive Geographies," Stylecourt Blog, July 15.
Horne, Hayes and Robin Jackson, editors, "Visions of an Evolving South, ASFA Exhibit," The Red Mountain Post/Press, September 27.
Nelson, James R., "Transitive Geographies, Contemporary Visions of an Evolving South," The Birmingham News, October 3.

2009

Nelson, James R., "Samford Selects," The Birmingham News, March 9.
Nelson, James R., "Alabama Peach Trees Captured in All Their Seasonal Glory," The Birmingham News, May 17.
Levine, Brett, “There and Back Again,” Contemporary Visual Culture blog, May 21.

2007

Nelson, James R., "Peach Tree Trail," The Birmingham News, February 9.
Brett, Levine, "Artist Profile," Birmingham Home and Garden, May/June.
Tsoukanelis, Erika Alexia, Fairfield County Home, September.
Irons, Karen Phillips, "Travel Section: Birmingham," Southern Accents, September/October.
Stevenson, Alexa, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, October.
Clyburn, Erin. "Southern Progress," Southword, Fall 2007, p9.

2006

Cullum, Jerry, "Young Artists Go Deep," Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 9.

2005

Dallow, Jessica, "Southeast Review: Birmingham, Bama," Art Papers, March/April.
Venn, Beth, "Book #58, Southern Edition," New American Paintings, Summer.
Clark, Georgine, Interview, Alabama State Council of the Arts Radio Series, March 22, 2005.
Clark, Georgine, "Expressions of Place," Alabama Arts (State Arts Awards Issue), Volume XXI.
Huebner, Michael, "Five Birmingham Artists among 53 participating...," The Birmingham News, June 19.

2004

Cole, Julie, "Southeast Section," Southern Accents, September/October 2004.
Nelson, James R., "BAMA," The Birmingham News, November 21.
Brock, Glenny, "Becoming BAMA artists," Birmingham Weekly, December 2.

2003

Longshore, Jane, "Exhibition Section," Black and White, October.
Groover, Joel, "Traveling Collector," Art and Antiques, October.
Nelson, James R., "A.K. Butrus...Recent Works," The Birmingham News, October 19.

2002

Monitor, Leigh Anne, "Festival Reveals Artistic Side of Town," Birmingham Post-Herald, April 26.
Starling, Ashley, "Career Section," The UAB Kaleidoscope, July 2.

2001

"On Show", The Birmingham News, November 4.
Starling, Ashley, "Canvas Section," Birmingham Magazine, November.

2000

Nelson, James R., "Recent Works by...Annie Kammerer Butrus," The Birmingham News, June 18.

AWARDS

2005-2011

SouthernArtistry.org, Online Artist Registry

2004

Individual Artist Fellowship, The Alabama State Council on the Arts

2002

Emerging Artist Award, Magic City Art Connection, Birmingham, AL

1998

Best of Show Award, Artists' Choice, Rockford Art Museum Stateline Vicinity Show
Zahm Fellowship, University of Notre Dame