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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/New York      Known for: Found furniture multi object sculpture, abstract painting

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Sarah Braman (born 1970, Tonawanda, New York)

Known especially for her sculptures and assemblages, Braman uses artifacts of everyday life and "has  incorporated objects as diverse as a dirty desk, spray painted foam rubber, the roof of a truck, wooden doors, and a chrome vanity with highly formal, minimal, and clean elements like cast steel and brightly colored Plexiglas. The resulting works are carefully balanced compositions that bring a sense of discovery via disorientation as you move around their complex structures, at once delicate and powerful." (artdaily.com)

She is the recipient of the 2013 Maud Morgan prize at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and lives in Amherst, Massachusetts and New York City.

Education:
1998  MFA, Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
1992  BFA, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

Selected Solo And Two Person Exhibitions:
2012  Sarah Braman, China Art Objects, Los Angeles, CA
2010  April Trip, Museum 52, New York, NY
Indian Summer, Le Confort Moderne, Institute d’Art Moderne, Paris, France
2009  Armory Fair, New York, NY
2008  Love Songs, Museum 52, New York, NY
2007  Sarah Braman with Joe Bradley, Dicksmith Gallery, London, England
2003  Touching Fantasy Through Color, Sarah Braman and Brian Belott, CANADA, New York, NY
2002  Sarah Braman, CANADA, New York, NY
2000  Crystal Show, CANADA, New York, NY

Selected Group Exhibitions:
2012  Abstract Everyday - Everyday Abstract, Curated by Matthew Higgs, James Cohan Gallery, New York
Zabludowicz Collection Inaugural Installation, Sarvisalo, Finland
2011  Memories Are Made of This, Museum 52, New York, NY
2010  Lisbon Biennial, Lisbon, Portugal
The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK
2009 Float, Socrates Sculpture Park, Long Island City, NY
To the Left of the Rising Sun, Small A Projects, Greenwich, NY
Separate Entities, Museum 52, New York, NY
2008 Formal Play, Brown, London, UK
Color Climax, James Graham & Sons, New York, NY
2007 ab strac tion, Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angles, CA
Circumventing the City, D’amelio Terras New York
2006 CANARICO, Galeria Commercial, San Juan, Puerto Rico
CANADA, Counter Gallery, London, UK
2005 Greater New York 2005, PS1, Long Island City, NY
2004  Split Dreams, New York Arts Gallery, New York, NY
2002  Glow Show, Archive, Toronto, Canada
2001  New Art From New York, BACCA, Berkley, CA
2000  Rec Room, Pekao Gallery, Toronto, ON
1999  Leo Koenig Project, John Webber Gallery, New York, NY
US Exchange, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Canada
Sticker Shock, ICA, Philadelphia, PA
1998  Just for the Night, Hollywood Premier, Los Angeles, CA

Bibliography:
2012 Johnson, Paddy & Will Brand. “5 Art Stars You Need to Know: Sarah Braman”, March 2012
“Sarah Braman”. Modern Painters, February 2012
Pyrde, Josephine. “Four Artists to Know”, Artinfo.com, February 29, 2012
O’Neill-Butler, Lauren. “Sarah Braman,” Artforum, January 2012
2011 Smith, Roberta. “Sarah Braman: Yours,” New York Times, November 25th, 2011
“Art Review: Sarah Braman, Yours,” Time Out New York, November 2011
Goldstein, Andrew M. “The Agenda (April 6 – 12),” ArtInfo.com, April, 2011
Chevalier, Jann. “Indian Summer,” Les Confort Moderne, 2011
Interview with Anita Zabludowicz, “Strategies of a Supercollector”, Artinfo.com, February 2011
Doran, Anne. “Tide Pool” Time Out New York, January 7, 2011
2010 April Trip. Text by Sarah Braman, 2010 (catalogue)
Graur, Phil. “Sarah Baman,” The Journal, No. 29, Fall 2010
2009 Rubinstein, Raphaele. “Provisional Painting,” Art in America, May 2009
The Shape of Things to Come, Rizzoli, 2009
Abstract America, Rizzoli, 2009
Cotter, Holland. “Armory Review,” The New York Times, March, 2009
2008 Trezzi, Nicola. “Sarah Braman: Museum 52”, Flash Art, October 2008
Maine, Stephen. “Art Review,” Art in America, November 2008
Wilson, Michael. Artforum, October 2008
Smith, Roberta. “Last Chance,” The New York Times, July 18, 2008
Smith, Roberta. “Art in Review,” The New York Times, July 11, 2008
2007 “Circumventing the City,” The New Yorker, August 13, 2007
Smith, Roberta. “In These Shows the Material is the Message,” The New York Times, August 10, 2007
2006 Maine, Stephanie. “Report From New York: Down East”, Art in America, May 2006
Coomer, Martin. “CANADA,” Time Out London, April 11, 2006
2005 PS 1’s Greater New York Show Catalog. Text by Shum, Ingrid, 2005 (catalogue)
Maine, Stephen. “Down East,” Art In America, May 2005
Hornung, Peter Michael. “Ny amerikansk kunst hos Wilson,” Politiken, March 17 2005
Ross, Trine. “Afrevne lemmer og totempæle,” Politiken, March 24, 2005
Greater New York 2005. Text by MoMA PS1, 2005 (catalogue)
2003 Cotter, Holland. “Art in Review: Sarah Braman and Brian Belott,” The New York Times,
October 31, 2003

Sources include:
Artdaily.com
Mitchell-Innes & Nash

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