Adam David Brown is a multidisciplinary artist living in Toronto, Canada. His work is guided by the principle of less is more, and is frequently generated by his interest in science, language and impermanence.
Brown has exhibited work in Canada, Europe, Central America and the United States. His solo exhibition at MKG127 in 2009 was reviewed by Artforum.com
and Canadian Art
and brought his work to the attention of the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts who awarded him their 2009 Artist Prize. He was recently awarded an Artist Grant by the Ontario Arts Council and a Project Grant by the Canada Council For the Arts.
Adam David Brown is Represented by MKG127
Here's a review of of my last exhibition in Canadian Art Magazine. MKG127 recently presented- For The Time Being an exhibition of new work by Adam David Brown.January 2014
For The Time Being, was Adam David Browns third solo exhibition at MKG127. This show featured new worksincluding photographs, relief sculptures, found objects and wall drawingsthat refer to a wide range of historical sources, which are emblematic of the passage of time, memory and impermanence. The show incorporated re-contextualized clocks, celestial charts and ancient texts, which express multiple perspectives on the abstract nature of Time.
MKG127 is located in Toronto at 1445 Dundas St. West between Dufferin St. and Gladstone Ave. on the south side. Hours are Wednesday to Saturday from 12 to 6 PM or by appointment. For more information call 647-435-7682. www.mkg127.comIn November 2013, the Koffler Gallery launched their new downtown venue at Artscape Youngplace with the opening of its inaugural exhibition Were in the Library.
Featuring Adam David Brown, Sara Angelucci, Barbara Astman, Michelle Gay, Ido Govrin, Vid Ingelevics and Jon Sasaki
The exhibition ended January, 19, 2014.
Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw Street
Curator: Mona Filip