deborah brown reviews

2021 Sandra Schulman, "At Gavlak Deborah Brown Mingles Objects and Fantasy," Palm Beach ArtsPaper, October 6

2021 Neha Jambhekar, "Editors’ Picks: Deborah Brown’s ‘Quiet City’ at Anna Zorina Gallery," Artnet News, September 27

2021 Artsy, "Inside My Collection: Rob and Eric Thomas-Suwall" June 4

2021 James Panero, "Crtitic's Notebook," The New Criterion February 8

2021 Sasha Bogojev, "Painting Things As They Are: A Conversation with Deborah Brown," Juxtapoz, February 8

2021 Natasha Gural, "From Playful, Busy Self-Portraits to Mundane Still Lifes, Deborah Brown Explores Our Collective Isolation," Forbes online, January 21

2021 Katie White "17 Events for Your Art Calendar This Week," Artnet, January 18

2020 Elisabeth Condon, "Interview: Stalking Deborah Brown's Paintings, Two Coats of Paint, December 16

2020 Eileen Kinsella, "Ten Events for Your Virtual Art Calendar" Artnet News, June 16, 2020

2020 Caroline Goldstein, Artnet News, "Price Check! Here's What Sold—and for How Much—at 2020 Armory Show," March 9

2019 David Molesky, "Dirt's the Only Animal Who Will Sleep With You: Deborah Brown in Review," Juxtapoz Magazine, October 7

2019 Annabel Osberg, "Pick of the Week," Artillery Magazine, September 26

2019 Paul Laster, Galerie Magazine, Six Must-See Figurative Painting Shows in New York," February 28

2019 Sarah Cascone, artnet, "Editors' Picks: 11 Things Not to Miss in New York's Art World This Week," February 4

2019 Brask Art Blog, February 5

2018 Andrea K. Scott "Goings On," The New Yorker, review of "Still Lives" at Underdonk, Brooklyn, September 3.

2017 Sarah Cascone, "16 Things to See in New York This Week," Artnet, September 25

2017 Darren Jones, "Deborah Brown, GEARY Contemporary," Critics' Pick, New York, Artforum, September 15

2017 Alex Travers, "The Can't-Miss Galleries Downtown and the Top Eight Exhibitions To See This Fall," Quest Magazine, October 6

2017 Sarah Cascone, "16 Things to See in New York This Week," Artnet, September 25

2017 Darren Jones, "Deborah Brown, GEARY Contemporary," Critics' Pick, New York, Artforum, September 15

2016 Eileen Kinsella, "9 Must-See Summer Gallery Group Shows," Artnet, June 30.

2016 Sharon Butler, "Cheat Sheet: Summer Group Shows and What Curators Are Writing About Them,"Two Coats of Paint, July 19.

April 2016, Claudia Bodin, "Planet Brooklyn," Art-Das Kuntsmagazin, April, pp. 23-33.

2016 Eileen Kinsella, "9 Must-See Summer Gallery Group Shows," Artnet, June 30.

April 2016, Claudia Bodin, "Planet Brooklyn," Art-Das Kuntsmagazin, April, pp. 23-33.

March 5, 2016 Keri Blakinger, NY Daily News, The Story Behind the Octopus at the Houston Street Subway Stop

2015 The New York Times, Westchester Metropolitan, "Things To Do in the Hudson Valley December 4-20, 2015," December 6, p. 12, with illustration.

2015 Sharine Saad, "Brooklyn Bouillon de Culture," Madame Figaro, October 24, pp. 78-84

2015 Brent Wallace, The Ambidextrous Artist, "The Conversation Project," September 13

2015 Kate Menard, A Conversation with Storefront Ten Eyck Gallery Owner Deborah Brown by Kate Menard, Bushwick Buzz, September 12

2015 Beth S. Gersh-Nesic, "Brooklyn in Westchester This Summer," New York Arts Exchange, August 9

2014 Ann Landi, "Artists' First Influences," ARTnews, May 2014, pp. 82-89.

2014 Benjamin Sutton, "Art: Major Players," BROOKLYN MAGAZINE, Spring 2014, pp. 66-67.

2014 Sharon Butler, "Speaking Deborah Brown's Language," Two Coats of Paint, March 3

2014 The Editors, "The 100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture," BROOKLYN MAGAZINE, March 11

2014 Paul D'Agostino, "Four Art Exhibits You Need to See," The L Magazine, January 30

2013 Emily Colucci, "Deborah Brown is Showing on The LES While Going Big in Bushwick," Bedford + Bowery, July 10

2013 Vera Haller, "Bushwick Embraces Its Art," Wall Street Journal, Greater New York, May 31, A 15 + 16

Kristen Iversen, "Storefront Bushwick: Art Open to the Street," Brooklyn Magazine, March 2013

2013 Vera Haller, "Brooklyn Museum Tests A Democratic Model," The Wall Street Journal, February 6, p. A15

"The Best of Brooklyn-5 Best Galleries to Watch," The L Magazine, August 3, 2012

"Museum and Gallery Listings for June 15-21, 2012," The New York Times, p.C19

Holland Cotter, "The Latest Vibe Moved to Brooklyn," The New York Times, June 8, 2012, p. C35 + 38.

Sean Alday, "Thoughts on Bushwick Open Studios 2012," Bushwick Daily, June 5, 2012.

The L Magazine, "101 Free Things To Do in Brooklyn This Summer," May 9, 2012

NYArts Magazine, "Four Shows To See During Bushwick Open Studios," May 21, 2012

2012 Charlie Finch, "Less is Less on the LES," ArtNet, April 16

2012 Sarah Schmerler, "Three Ladies of Chill Repute," WG News + Arts, February, pp. 6 + 8.

2012 Rozalia Javanovic, Capital New York, "With Blue-Chip Gallery Luhring Augustine Coming Soon, the Scrappy Bushwick Art Scene Contemplates its Future," January 24.

2012 Rachel Corbett, "Bushwick Art Scene: Bigfoot in Bushwick," ArtNet, January 21.

2012 Benjamin Sutton, "Bushwick Confronts Itself in Panel on Art Scene's Future," The L Magazine, January 20.

2011 Jed Lipinski, "Highlights from the James Kalm Report," The New York Times, 24 December, B1

2011 "Bushwick or Bust!" by Deborah Brown and Howard Hurst, The Art Economist, Volume 1, Issue 8, pp.11-15.

2011 Lucie Alig, "Not an Aesthetic, But an Attitude": Artist Deborah Brown on the Future of Bushwick's Art Scene," The ARTINFO interview, 27 September.

2011 Lucie Alig, "Bushwick, Abridged," On-Verge, August 30

2011 TIME OUT NEW YORK, "Fresh Paint from Bushwick," StandPipe Gallery, curated by Deborah Brown Critics' Pick, August 22nd

2011 TIME OUT NEW YORK, "15 Best Things To Do in New York This Week," August 22nd

2011 ART INFO, "The ARTINFO Agenda: 10 Picks For This Week, From Laurie Anderson at Lincoln Center to a Rockaway Beach Art Party," August 11

2011 Hrag Vartanian,"NURTUREart Moving to Heart of Bushwick's Art Scene," Hyperallergic, August 12

2011 Emily Nathan, "Bushwick Art Scene: For Love of the Game," ArtNet, June 22

2011 Benjamin Sutton, "Must-Sees and Must-Dos at This Weekend's Bushwick Open Studios," The L Magazine, June 2.

2011 "Homage to Bushwick" by Deborah Brown, Arts in Bushwick website for Bushwick Open Studios Festival Blog, May 12

2011 Thomas Seeley, "Art Uncovered - Deborah Brown," Breakthru Radio, June 7

2011 Carly Wray, "Meet Deborah Brown, Bushwick's Leading Light," Scout mob, June 14

2011 Sharon Butler, "Deborah Brown's Bushwick: An Artist Grows in Brooklyn," The Huffington Post, 3 February

2011 Araceli Cruz, "True Grit: Deborah Brown, "The Bushwick Paintings," THE VILLAGE VOICE, 1 January.

2010 Marina Galperina, "Bushwick Dreams and City Fantasies," ANIMAL, 30 December.

2011 ARTCAT, "Pick," 1 January.

2011 The L Magazine, "Editors' Picks," Deborah Brown: The Bushwick Paintings," 19 January 19--1 February, p. 51.

2011 The James Kalm Report, "Deborah Brown: The Bushwick Paintings at Lesley Heller Workspace," 19 January.

2011 Jorge Martin, "Deborah Brown Writes Post-Industrial Poetry at Lesley Heller," Hyperallergic, 21 January.

2011 CityArts, cover image, 26 January--8 February.

2011 Anne Bauso,, " Spotlight on Art & Antiques," February.

2010 Kat Irannejad, "ArtBuzz:July 15--July 21," BROOKLYN, the borough

2010 Marquita Harris, "Spazi Segreti, or Mendacity, Mood," cityist, July 14

2010 Aaron Short, "Bigger Than Ever: Bushwick Open Studios 2010,", 2 June.

2010 Sharon Butler, "Tracks: Expanding Utopia," The Brooklyn Rail, June.

James Panero, "Gallery Chronicle," The New Criterion, "Deborah Brown:The Bushwick Paintings" at STOREFRONT, May 2010, Volume 28, Number. 9, p. 50.

The L Magazine, "Deborah Brown, The Bushwick Paintings," April 28--May 11, 2010.

Aaron Short, "Bushwick Has a Cool New Gallery," New York Post, April 6, 2010, on line edition.

Brooklyn Based, "Tip Sheet," "Beautiful Bushwick," March 31--April 6, 2010

"Deborah Brown, The Bushwick Paintings," New York Press, April 14, 2010, Volume 23, Number 16, p. 4.

Trent Morse, "Trent's TopPicks," Wiliamsburg Greenpoint News + Arts, May 2010 p. 4.

Miranda Siegel, New York Magazine, Gallery Listings, "Deborah Brown at STOREFRONT," May 8

James Kalm, "Brooklyn Dispatches:Dog Years," The Brooklyn Rail, May, online and print editions.

"Gallery Chronicle" by James Panero, THE NEW CRITERION, February 2010

Triple Biotic by Alison Levy, ArtSlant

Benjamin Gennochio, "From East to West," THE NEW YORK TIMES, 21 December 2008
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Melena Ryzik, "Open Studios in Brooklyn," THE NEW YORK TIMES, 5 June 2009, p. C22
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Charlie Finch, "Artists as Optimists," Artnet, 6 January 2009

Charlie Finch, "A Brown World," Artnet, 26 March 2008

Sharon Butler, "Deborah Brown Loves Animals,", 26 March 2008

John Haber, "Scratch and Sniff,", 22 April 2008

Ken Johnson, THE BOSTON GLOBE, "DeCordova's 'Ape' is an Entertaining Bestiary..." Arts and Entertainment, 15 September 2006

Cate McQuaid, THE BOSTON GLOBE, The Stories Portraits Tell Us, March 2003

Julia Szabo, THE NEW YORK POST, Breeds Apart, 5 May 2002

Charlie Finch, ART NET, Looking Down on Man's Best Friend, 23 April 2001

ART & ANTIQUES, Gallery Watch, May 2001

Ken Johnson, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 1 June 2001

Reena Jana, ART NEWS, October 2001

Ken Johnson, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 3 July 1998

Andrew Long, ART & ANTIQUES, Summer 1998

Edward Sozanski , THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, Nine Artists Show Frailty of Water Environment,
10 March 1993

Gerrit Henry, ART IN AMERICA, April 1991

Ruth Bass, ART NEWS, January 1989

Marlena Donohue, Los Angeles Times, 29 January 1988

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Catherine Fredman, STEELCASE 360, Underground Treasures New York City's Subway Art, 5 January 2005

METRO NEW YORK, Artist of the Week, 16 December 2004

Robert O'Harrow. THE WASHINGTON POST, Tunnel Visions, 16 February 2003

Deborah Goletz, CERAMIC TILE ART, 2002

Lorraine Diehl, NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, Metropolitan Masterpieces, 6 August 2000

David W. Dunlap, THE NEW YORK TIMES, Next Stop Murals, Change Here for Uptown Sculpture, 1 May 1998

Wendy Feuer, AIGA JOURNAL OF GRAPHIC DESIGN, When Artists Go Underground, 1997

Jill Herbers, TILE, 1996

Grace Glueck, THE NEW YORK OBSERVER, Prowling the City for Art, 14 August 1995