Emily Hass was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and lives and works in New York. She has been awarded grants from the New York Foundation for the Arts (2012), the McCloy Fellowship in Art (2009) and residencies at the Dora Maar House (2015), the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation (2013, 2010), and the MacDowell Colony (2015, 2013) where she was named the 2013-14 Robert and Stephanie Olmsted Fellow. Selections from her series Altonaer Strasse were included in the 2011 Heimatkunde exhibition at the Jewish Museum Berlin and are now part of the museum’s permanent collection. In September 2012 Emily was invited to create a site-specific installation in the Sassa Trülzsch gallery. Please click here to view installation images. Her work has been reviewed in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, seen in The The New York Times and The Berlin Journal, and featured in Der Tagesspiegel, Design Observer and on NPR’s Berlin Stories. Emily has graduate degrees in psychology and design from Harvard University and is currently a research affiliate at MIT’s Urban Studies and Planning Department.
Contact: Emily can be contacted via firstname.lastname@example.org