Katreen Sorokina (b.1994) is a Brooklyn, NY based multidisciplinary artist. In 2010 her family immigrated from Russia to the United States. Through her work she reflects on identity issues that occur as a result of displacement. 

Sorokina received an MFA in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute and a BA in Art History from University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows in NYC.


2019 New Images, The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2019 (BE)LONGING, MFA Solo Exhibition, Dekalb Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2019 All In, Pratt Manhattan Gallery, New York, NY

2019 Spring, FAC, Brooklyn, NY

2018 The Watering Hole, Pfizer, Brooklyn, NY

2018 Mythology. Assembled. Dispelled, Stueben Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2018 Primary Colors, Stueben Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2018 Project Home, Shapeshifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY


M.F.A. Fine Arts, Pratt Institute

B.A. Art History, University of Massachusetts Amherst