L E N N_ B R O W N
Glenn Brown was born in Northumberland in 1966. He studied at Norwich School
of Art, the Bath College of Higher Education, and Goldsmith’s College,
London. His virtuosic paintings and sculptures are included in many important
private and public collections, and he has exhibited internationally for
two decades. Brown was nominated for the prestigious Turner Prize in 2000.
Brown’s work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions at galleries
and museums including Domaine de Kerguéhennec, Centre d’Art Contemporain,
France (2000); Serpentine Gallery, London (2004); Kunsthistorisches Museum,
Vienna (2008); Tate Liverpool (2009), which travelled to the Fondazione Sandretto
Re Rebaudengo, Turin and Ludwig Múzeum, Budapest; and numerous group
exhibitions including The Saatchi Gallery (1995); Centre Georges Pompidou (2002);
Venice Bienalle, Italian Pavillion, (2003); Museum of Contemporary Art, Los
Angeles (2005); Gwangju Bienalle, Korea (2010), and Kunsthalle, Vienna (2011).
Glenn Brown lives and works in London and Suffolk.