Nick Brown


Nick Brown has been jointly selected for Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) Emerging Curator program. Exhibition opens January 2017.

Nick Brown curates Werewolf at Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Feb 27- April 9th, 2016.

Filling the Negative Space by Anise Stevens

MAS Attack 8, San Diego Art Institute, CA, February, 2015

LA n CV 2, A Survey of Contemporary Art in LA. The Coachella Valley Art Center, CA, February 2015

La Sierra University, Riverside, CA, January, 2015

Sincerely Yours, Torrance Art Museum, January, 2015

MAS Attack 7, Santa Monica Art Studios, December, 2014

Dragnet, Manhattan Beach Art Center, December, 2014

Nick Brown featured in Fabrik, Issue 26. Fresh Faces in Art: Eight Los Angeles Artists You Should know.

The Great Wrong Place, (Exchange Rates), Norte Maar, Brooklyn, NY

Brown will be exhibiting in the 2014 Yokohama Triennale, Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan.

Nick Brown at the Torrance Art Museum, CA, MAS Attack 6

Brown shows in MAS Attack 5, Albuquerque, NM

Two new paintings from the Ice House series included in Land Skipe at JAUS through May 18th, 2014

MAS Attack SFO, group show, San Francisco, February

A fantastic review of Nick Brown’s solo exhibition Still Life, Nocturne at Tiny Park gallery by Brian Fee for Glasstire.

Still Life Nocturne, a solo exhibition, will open at Tiny Park in Austin, TX on October 25th, 2013. A collection of sound pieces by the group Cardoo, titled Primitives and New Forms, were created in response to this series of paintings, and will accompany them throughout the duration of the exhibition.

This exhibition is funded by a grant from The California Institute of Contemporary Art.

Three images from the Ice House series will appear in the upcoming New American Paintings, Pacific Coast, issue 109 (December 2013). Curated by Janet Bishop, Curator, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Several paintings from the Ice House series are included in No Region Would at West Los Angeles College Art Gallery through October 5th, 2013.

Review for No Region Would by Doug Harvey.

Source material included in Homing Pigeon, Edition 2. Group exhibition curated by Kio Griffith in Tokyo, Japan. October 9th – 19th, 2013.