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Deborah Brown will host Open Studio for Bushwick Open Studios

September 30, 2016

Deborah Brown will have an opening tonight in Bushwick Open Studios at 324 Ten Eyck Street from 6-9 pm. The studio will remain open for the weekend, October 1st and 2nd, from 12-6pm. 

5 Must-See New York Art Exhibitions At Mike Weiss Gallery, PACE, Park Avenue Armory And More

July 26, 2016 - Meg Busacca, Fashion Times

Mike Weiss Gallery's Summer 2016 Group Show featured in Fashion Times' "5 Must-See New York Art Exhibitions". 

Cheat Sheet: Summer Group Shows (and what curators are writing about them)

July 19, 2016 - Sharon Butler, Two Coats of Paint

Mike Weiss Gallery's 'School's Out' was featured in Two Coats of Paint's top summer group shows.

School's Out Summer Exhibition at Mike Weiss Gallery

July 7, 2016 - Gail Worley, The Worley Gig

"School’s out bitches, and the Mike Weiss Gallery has a new group exhibition that captures summer’s sense of freedom – of playfully breaking from the ordinary and letting the imagination run wild. The show, which is, fittingly, also called School’s Out, includes works by gallery favorites like Deborah Brown, Thrush Holmes, Jerry Kearns, and Liao Yibai. "

School's Out Listed in Artnet News' 'Must See Summer Group Shows'

June 30, 2016 - Eileen Kinsella, Artnet News

"We all remember that distinctly joyful feeling from childhood each June, when the school doors opened and we had the summer to be free. Mike Weiss Gallery invites us to relive it with “School’s Out!” The summer group exhibition features wildly colorful works by Deborah Brown, Thrush Holmes, Jerry Kearns, and Liao Yibai."


June 13, 2016 - KAILYN GOMEZ

Mike Weiss Gallery will present a group exhibition called School's Out that encapsulates the whimsical and youthful freedom of a juvenile summer. The exhibition will be most of the summer, from June 23rd to August 6th, and will include works by Deborah Brown, Thrush Holmes, and Jerry Kearns.

Now Representing Deborah Brown

May 25, 2016

Deborah Brown's Paintings Playfully Distilled from 18th Century European Portraiture

April 26, 2016 - Peter Malone, Hyperallergic

"Brown is taking part in what has been interpreted as a resurgence of abstraction, but is in fact a pair of popular mainstreams travelling side by side. The pure abstractionists keep to the relatively safe waters of inventive ebullience, while Brown and company brave the rapids of recognizable subject matter, while holding fast to the same improvisational attitude that marks abstraction’s timeless appeal." 

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10 Reasons Why Bushwick Open Studios is Keeping the New York Art Scene Real

June 3, 2015 - Cate Munro, Artnet News

"Deborah Brown's name has become synonymous with the Brooklyn art scene, thanks to her work at the helm of the gallery Storefront Ten Eyck (which is housed in the same space as her studio). During BOS, she will present paintings that examine the costumes, coiffures, and conventions of Renaissance, Classical, and Baroque artworks, with a helping of Cubism."

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26 Female Artist's on Lynda Bengalis and the Art World's Gender Problems

November 23, 2014 - Katy Diamond Hamer, New York Magazine

"Being an agent of change within a community can be a pathway to success. That, to me, is feminism's legacy.  You don't have to out-duel your male counterparts. Instead, working together to create a platform that lifts others and boosts your own career at the same time is a better route. For me, an obsession with hierarchy and exclusion is a shortsighted strategy, and if you live by this code it will come back to bite you."

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