917 494 5763
Los Angeles, CA
Nick Brown is a Los Angeles based artist and curator. Born in England, Brown currently resides in Los Angeles and teaches in the Department of the Arts for UCLA Extension. His work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and museums nationwide, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago (2002), The Drawing Center, NY, NY (2002), PS 122 in New York (2005), and the Torrance Art Museum (2014 & 2015). He has received grants from the California Institute of Contemporary Art, the Vermont Studio Center, where he also was awarded a residency and from Artadia in New York. Recent curatorial projects include Werewolf, an exhibition at Charlie James Gallery (February 2016). Brown was awarded the Emerging Curators Award from LACE, LA, CA with an exhibition to open in January, 2017. Nick is also a Board Member of the Davyd Whaley Foundation.
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