Karen Azoulay is a Canadian artist based in Brooklyn whose interdisciplinary work blurs the line between sculpture and photography. Solo exhibitions include CUE Art Foundation in New York, curated by Glenn Ligon; Four Gallery in Dublin; Mercer Union in Toronto, Primetime in Brooklyn and Drew University in Madison, NJ. Her work has been featured and reviewed in publications including The New York Times, The New Yorker, C Magazine, ReadyMade and Vogue. Her installations and performances include commissions for institutions such as The Art Gallery of Ontario, Canadian Art Magazine, and The Power Plant. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at Palffyho Palace in Bratislava, Slovakia; The Islip Art Museum, East Islip, NY; Stichting, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Lamp Gallery, Tokyo; Art & Idea, Mexico CIty; Galerie Kunstbuero, Vienna, as well as White Columns in New York among others. She has released two editions with Nothing Else Press. Azoulay self published Flowers and Their Meanings, a guide for deciphering which was launched at The Perennial, a group show that she curated within The Grecian Shelter in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. Recent iterations of her work inspired by floriography include collaborations with design label M-82, as well as a solo show and edition released by Dose Projects in Brooklyn.