Carrie Yury is an artist living and working in Southern California. She is interested in issues surrounding the body, vulnerability, and empathy. Yury works in various media, including photography, drawing, sculpture, and music. She has had solo shows in Chicago, and in Los Angeles. In addition to her solo shows, her work has been shown in Miami, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York in group exhibitions, including Twisted Selves at The California Museum of Photography, Veronica at Pitzer Art Galleries, and The Wight Biennial at UCLA.
Yury holds two Masters degrees: an A.M. in English from the University of Chicago (1996), and an M.F.A in Studio Art from the University of California at Irvine (2006). Her work is in the permanent collection at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), as well as in numerous private collections. Yury’s work has been reviewed in The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Reader, The OC Weekly, and ArtUS.
In addition to being an artist, Yury is founder of Yuryka, a human-centered design research and experience strategy company.