Brice Brown

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Not to be confused with Bryce Brown.
Brice Brown
Born (1972-10-10) October 10, 1972 (age 42)
Louisville, Kentucky
Nationality American
Education Pratt Institute, Dartmouth College
Known for Artist, Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Photography, Video

Brice Brown (born October 10, 1972) is an American artist who lives and works in New York City.

Career[edit]

Brown received his BA from Dartmouth College and his MFA from Pratt Institute. His work has been reviewed in the Artforum,New York Times, Art in America and The Village Voice among others. He has collaborated on limited editions with poet Denise Duhamel (for the DVD animation "Laiterie") and artist Trevor Winkfield (for the silkscreen portfolio "I Come In Search Of Walnuts"). Brown has held residencies at Yaddo, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and Vermont Studio Center. As a writer, Brown was an art critic for the The New York Sun from 2005–2008, and for City Arts from 2009–2010, and has written numerous exhibition catalog essays. He also published and edited an annual arts journal called The Sienese Shredder from 2006–2009. He is the current President of the Board of Directors of Visual AIDS in New York City.

Art[edit]

Selected solo exhibition[edit]

2014

  • I looked down, I realized I had a body; Projective City; Paris, France; Paris-Scope @ Mixed Greens; New York, NY.

2013

  • Rosebud; site-specific mural installation during Texas Contemporary Art Fair; Houston, TX. In conjunction with Margaret Thatcher Projects, New York, NY.

2012

  • HOMUNCULUS; Schroeder Romero; New York, NY.

2011

  • Service Everyday (Dish Queens); The Box at The Standard Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.

2010

  • Queening; Schroeder Romero; New York, NY.

2009

  • Service Every Day (Dish Queen); Jeff Bailey Gallery; New York, NY.
  • Regal Giant; installation at PULSE Miami; Miami, FL.

2008

  • American Boy; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York, NY.

2007

  • Selling the sound of my voice; vertexList; Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Collaboration with Alan Shockley.
  • Compasses are banished; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York, NY.

2005

  • Walnuts; Della Brown Taylor Gallery, Davis Fine Arts Building, West Virginia State University; Institute, WV.

Selected group exhibition[edit]

2014

  • The Age of Small Things; DODGE gallery; New York, NY. Curated by Chuck Webster.

2013

  • Marcel Duchamp's Nude Descending a Staircase: An Homage; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York, NY.
  • how you gonna get back to jersey?; Planthouse; New York, NY.

2012

  • Dartmouth Alumni Exhibition; The Black Family Visual Arts Center, Hanover, NH.
  • Summer Camp; Schroeder Romero; New York, NY.
  • Published by the Artist; International Print Center; New York, NY.

2009

  • It's a Schro Ro Summer!; Schroeder Romero; New York, NY.
  • Play it Forward; Schroeder Romero; New York, NY.
  • Collage London/New York; Fred [London]; London, UK. In conjunction with Pavel Zoubok Gallery.
  • Inside Abstraction; Janet Kurnatowski gallery; Brooklyn, NY.

2008

  • Manufactured Unreality; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York City, NY.

2007

  • Demoiselles Revisited; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York City, NY.
  • Cut, Copy, Fold; Artist Image Resource; Pittsburgh, PA. Curated by Kim Beck.
  • Sosabul International Exhibition; Pyeongtaek City, South Korea.

2006

  • Brice Brown and Don Joint: A Marriage in Paint; William Way Gallery; Philadelphia, PA.
  • Abstract Landscapes; Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Snug Harbor Cultural Center; Staten Island, NY. Curated by Trevor Winkfield.
  • Point of Departure; Gallery 111; DUMBO, Brooklyn, NY.

2004

  • Brice Brown and Don Joint: A Marriage in Paint; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York, NY.
  • f#@k perfection; vertexList; Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY.
  • The Recurrent Haunting Ghost: Reflections of Marcel Duchamp in Modern and Contemporary Art; Francis M. Naumann Fine Art; New York City, NY.

2003

  • The Big Abstract Show; The Painting Center, New York City, NY. Curated by Denise Gale.
  • Art in a Changing World; Mahady Gallery, Marywood University; Scranton, PA. Curated by Lance Esplund.

Public collections[edit]

Brown's work is included in the public collections of:

Sienese Shredder[edit]

Brown is editor of The Sienese Shredder, an annual arts and literary journal that has been published since 2006. Brown has contributed interviews, critical essays and art to the publication. He also oversees Sienese Shredder Editions, an editions and print-publishing project associated with the Sienese Shredder.

Arts criticism[edit]

Brown was an arts critic at The New York Sun from 2006–2008, and for City Arts from 2009–2010. He focused on design, decorative arts and antiques.

2007

2006

2005

  • "One Coll Story after Another: Women Artists from the Collection of Dr. Gina Puzzuoli;" The Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV. Catalog essay.

2001

  • "Grace Martin Taylor: An American Modernist" The Orange Chicken Gallery, New York, NY. Catalog essay.

2000

  • "Freaks, Geeks and Carnies;" The Orange Chicken Gallery; New York, NY. Catalog essay.

Selected bibliography[edit]

External links[edit]