Anne Murray is both an American and Irish artist and curator with a Master of Fine Arts and Master of Science in Art History from Pratt Institute and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Parsons School of Design in Paris. She has exhibited her work in London, Paris, Shanghai, Istanbul, Los Angeles, New York, and Budapest. Her work can be found in the White House Permanent Collection and the Collection of Prints and Photographs at the Main Branch of the New York Public Library. She was the recipient of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Scholarship for Pratt in Venice and the China Unlimited Creative Contest Award for Photography, amongst the jurors were Chinese Vice Premier of Education and Culture, Liu Yandong, and European Commissioner of Education and Culture, Tibor Navracsics. www.annemurrayartist.com
As a dual national, Murray creates works about identity, borders, and the relationships that we develop in our lives, both as individuals and citizens, to these important factors. She seeks to understand identity as a global citizen. Her work addresses the outside world through a world within, a place of introspection and depth. She is a visual poet, crafting video and photography to work along with her voice and personal writing, enriching the visual experience through her poetry. Murray is also the curator and creator of Cloud Conversations, a collective of artists of different disciplines from around the world who are working with current global issues and who she connects together through exhibitions and conversations via the cloud and in person. www.cloudconversations.weebly.com
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