Exhibition: Brian Dick


gandy gallery

Brian Dick

Mai 27, 1999 - july 31, 1999


Brian Dick received his Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA in 1991 and his MFA degree from UCSD in 1995. Following his graduation in 1995, Dick was invited to a residency program at Arteleku Center for the Arts in San Sebastian, Spain. In 1997-98 he lived in Paris under the auspices of The American Center residency program. Dick has been in exhibitions in Europe, Japan and the United States, including shows at the San Diego Museum of Art, MCA, San Diego, Galerie Chez Valentin (Paris), Galerie des Archives (Paris), Galerie Alain Gutharc (Paris), the Kyoto Arts Festival (Japan), Rhizome (Denmark), W 139 (The Netherlands), FIAC (Paris), The Centre George Pompidou (Paris) and Museé d’art Moderne de la ville de Paris and Gandy Gallery (Prague). Dick has also been included in several on-line exhibitions Including la art et l’internet, and la nuit de la mutation, curated by Dominque Laurent. In September, Dick’s work will be included in an auction at Porter-Troupe gallery, San Diego, and in January at the University of Texas at Dallas for the exhibition, "Daze". Future projects include collaboration with Lacma Lab at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and a solo exhibition at Sierra Nevada College Gallery, Incline Village, Colorado. Among some of the print and electronic media Dick’s work has been mentioned, featured, or reviewed in are ; The Drama Review, San Diego Union - Tribune, Night and Day, and Radio Aligre: Transcontemporian.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

"In General"... Sierra Nevada College Gallery, Incline, NV, 2002.
"Metal", South Western college, San Diego, CA, 2001.
"And other things", Porter-Troupe Gallery, San Diego, CA, 2000/1.
"Selected Photos", Curators: Nadine Gandy & Nathalie Angles, Gandy Gallery, Prague,Czech Republic, 1999.

Selected Group Exhibitions

"Daze", University of Texas at Dallas, Texas, 2001
Off Broadway, curators: E. Armstrong, T. Kamps & M. Garcia, MCA, San Diego, California
"Zac", (Basse Definition, w/ Remi Marie), Musée d’art Moderne de la ville de paris.
FIAC, Hotel Scribe, Paris, France.
Video Programation, Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France
Group show&, Galerie Alain Gutharc, Paris, France
(No) Work / (No) Shop Public, Paris, France
Failure, curator : Begoña munez, W 139, Amsterdam, Holland.
Le Corps, curator:Nathalie Viot, Kyoto Arts Festival, Kyoto, Japan.
Réveillions-nous, Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris, France, 1998
"B&B Unlimited : Fake", Rhizome, Århus, Denmark.
Fictions, Galerie des Archives, Paris, France, 1997.
Video Exhibition, curator : Asier Perez Gonzales, Sala "H", Vic, Spain.
Ne pas avaler, curator : Veronique Hubert, le Web bar, Paris, France.
Your Home is an Ideal Place for Crying, B&B Gallery, Paris, France.
video program, curator: Nathalie Viot, Le Fúndation, Bilbao, Spain.
Colisiones; : Corinne Diserens, (cat), Arteleku, San Sebastián, Spain, 1995.
The Games They Do With Art, curator: Allan Kaprow, Museum of Art, San Diego, California, 1993.

Web Exhibitions

Autres Nouvelles, Artmag, Paris, France, 2000.
L’art et l’internet, Synesthésie, Métafort, Paris, France, 1998.
la nuit de la mutation, curator : Dominque Laurent, Paris, France.

Reviews, Publications

Dallas Morning News (01/26/01), "Daze" at UT-Dallas (photo), Mike Daniel, Dallas, Texas, 2001.
Night & Day : The Union-Tribune (2/24), "Off Broadway", Robert L. Pincus, San Diego, California, 2000.
Télérama, No. 2597 (7/20), "l’art et l’internet", Rosita Boisseau, Paris, France, 1999.
De Volkskrant (6/2), "Failure", Anne van Driel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Radio Aligre: Transcontemporian (4/30), Fréderic Maufras, Paris, France.
Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten, Helena Bak, Århus, Denmark, 1998.
L’Express: Le Magazine (March), Guillaume Grallet, Paris, France.
The Drama Review (v.41), "Just Doing", Allan Kaprow, 1997.
Information (12/31), "Your Home is an Ideal Place for Crying", Tine Byckel, Copenhagen, Denmark.
Flash Art (Nov/Dec), Matthew Rose.
Trans Modern Files, Kunihiko Nakagawa, Japan.
Nikkei Design (v.12), "Colisiones", Iki Nakagawa, 1995.
San Diego Union-Tribune (5/15), "Some Work", Robert L.Pincus, San Diego, California.
View:San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, Seonaid McArthur, 1994.
Los Angeles Times (2/16), "The Games they do…", Leah Ollman, San Diego, California, 1993.


The American Center, Nathalie Angles, Paris, France, 1997.
Arteleku Center for Contemporary Art, Corrine Diserens, San Sebastian, Spain, 1995.
MCA, San Diego : Insite 94, Seonaid McArthur, San Diego, California, 1994.

Lives and works in San Diego, California.
artmag.com/autresnouvelles/dick/mcasandiego.org/exhibitions/archive, Bed photo from "Off Broadway".