I’m a little behind on posting this week’s featured artist Thomas Brauer, but such is life. There will be no writing of lengthy prose on this artist’s work or curatorial efforts, since ArtCal has already addressed much of this, but I will encourage readers to visit Brauer’s group show A Muzzle of Bees at 33 Bond. At the very least it will give you a chance to look at his work in person – I doubt anyone can attest better than us, that digital photography rarely captures the life of a work of art.
Thomas Brauer Bio
Thomas Brauer completed his MFA at the Yale University School of Art in 2005, where he received the Phillips Berden Award for Distinction in Painting and Printmaking. Thomas Brauer also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in 2005. His work most recently appeared in “I love New York”, the inaugural group exhibition at 33 Bond Gallery (2007). His work was also included in “In the Ring”, a group exhibition at Buia Gallery in New York (2005), and in “Somebody else is there”, his first solo exhibition, at Capsule Gallery in New York (2005).