About Kimi

Kimi Hanauer (b. 1993) is a Baltimore-based artist, writer, and cultural organizer originally from Tel Aviv. Over the past six years that Kimi has been based in Baltimore, she has built, led, and supported a number of site-specific platforms through public programming, media, curatorial work, collaborative actions, participatory and social sculpture, and publishing. Kimi is the founder and co-mobilizer of Press Press, an interdisciplinary publishing studio that surfaces narratives of difference, specifically of immigrant, refugee, and Baltimore-based communities. Kimi's work has been exhibited internationally and is held in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art. Kimi holds a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art.