Dear Colleagues, Dear Friends
From July 1, 2010 forward, Brown will become Brown Collective, a non-profit arts initiative aimed at supporting emerging and mid-career artists via exhibitions, resources, and artist and institutional support. Brown will cease commercial gallery activities and will become a new venture, weighted in curatorial collaborations and special projects. The current location of Lower Ground Floor / 42 Hoxton Square will close, and new office and project locations will be announced in the coming months.
Brown Collective aims to focus on a dynamic exhibitions program. One special Focus section will be announced each year, and will change in theme and location annually. During the first year, the Focus will be Video, and the Collective will collaborate with various artist-run spaces, sites, and curators.
Brown Collective will also collaborate with other arts-related projects and organizations.
The Collective's Board, Staff, and Advisors are in the process of formation, with further details in a future announcement.
If you have any questions regarding the artists or program at Brown, please contact the gallery on +44 (0)20 7729 1290 or firstname.lastname@example.org through the end of June.
For questions regarding the new Brown Collective, please contact Kimberly Brown on email@example.com
From now through September 1 mail should be temporarily directed to :
372 Old Street
London EC1V 9LT
New website: www.browncollective.org
Brown's current website at www.browngallery.co.uk will exist as an archive-only site from July 1 forward.
Based in London, Brown opened in June 2007 on Whitecross Street with an exhibition of video work by Nathalie Djurberg, followed by a History of Experimental Sound Recordings show curated by Justin Lieberman. In September 2007, Brown moved to Hoxton Square, in a Lower Ground Floor space designed by Samson Adjei/Offmo with an exhibition by British artist Sam Porritt. The gallery aims to exhibit emerging and mid-career artists working across all media including painting, sculpture, video, sound, performance, installation, and photography.
Kimberly Brown was previously the Director at Zach Feuer Gallery (LFL) in New York. She relocated to London in late 2006 to open Brown. She is a member of NADA – New Art Dealers Alliance (www.newartdealers.org)
Zach Feuer, an investor to Brown, is based in New York and owns Zach Feuer Gallery (www.zachfeuer.com). The gallery has formed a unique program of emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery is not media specific and has exhibited audio works, video, painting, works on paper, photography, performance, installation and sculpture. He is one of the co-founders of NADA.
NADA Art Fair, Miami, USA
Zoo Art Fair, London
Kimberly Brown (owner / director): firstname.lastname@example.org