gallery Interview with artist Brad Brown, part of the More Than 700 Years Faculty Exhibition on view at Fort Mason and 800 Chestnut Campus of the San Francisco Art Institute until September 1, 2019

Brad Brown

One of 28 artists included in the exhibition MORE THAN 700 YEARS

FRIDAY, JUN 7, 2019 – SUNDAY, SEP 1, 2019

Walter and McBean Galleries, Main Gallery at Fort Mason

Brad Brown, SUPPLIER, 2005-2019

 

Brad Brown was born in 1964 in Raleigh, North Carolina. In 1987 he received his BFA in painting and printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University and shortly thereafter moved to Brooklyn, New York. He moved to San Francisco in 1989 and lived there until 2003. He had his first solo exhibition in 1994 in San Francisco at Southern Exposure. 

Brad Brown has been a Richard C. Diebenkorn Teaching Fellow at the San Francisco Art Institute and was awarded a residency at Arcus Project in Moriya, Japan. He has had solo exhibitions at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Denver and the Jundt Art Museum in Spokane, Washington. His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco; the Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock; and the Boise Art Museum, Idaho.

Via Crown Point Press

More Than 700 Years includes 28 artists:

At SFAI—Fort Mason Campus: Johnna Arnold, Elizabeth Bernstein, Timothy Berry, Brad Brown, Luke Butler, James Claussen, Kerry Laitala, Mads Lynnerup, Felicita Norris, Jordan Reznick, Kate Rhoades, and Meredith Tromble.

At the Walter and McBean Galleries: Chris Bell, Mark Brest van Kempen, Caitlin Mitchell-Dayton, Linda Connor, Sofía Córdova, John de Fazio, Ivan Iannoli, Tony Labat, Ryan Peter, J. John Priola, Brett Reichman, Kal Spelletich, Leila Weefur, Lindsey White, and Wanxin Zhang.

This exhibition was curated by Ángel Rafael Vázquez-Concepción

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