Born: 1976 Chicago, IL
Lives and works in San Francisco, CA
Director / Artist Studios / Minnesota Street Project

Solo Exhibitions:
2018
Bass & Reiner, San Francisco, CA (forthcoming)
Guerrero Gallery, A painting of a clock and four sculptures
and lightbulbs arranged with popular houseplants, San Francisco, CA
2016
Et al., San Francisco, CA
2015
Halsey McKay, East Hampton, NY
2014
Adams & Ollman, Portland, OR
2013
ACME., Los Angeles, CA
DCKT Contemporary, New York, NY
2012
Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO
Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA
Toves Galleri, Copenhagen, Denmark
2011
Eli Ridgway Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2010
DCKT Contemporary, New York, NY
2009
Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
2008
A Mountain Moving a Monument, Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA

Group Exhibitions:
2018
Lamp Show, Ratio 3, Fog Art+Design, San Francisco, CA
Collage & Assemblage, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Portland, OR
2017
Visible and Permanent, Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago, IL
Collectors, R/SF, San Francisco, CA
2016
Above, Accents, Across, Artadia Alum at Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA
Reference / Material, Towson University Center For The Arts Gallery, Towson, MD
Chain Reaction, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
A plot of land, Dutton, New York, NY
2015
Survey of Work by Self-Taught Artists, Greg Kucera, Seattle, WA
Lucky Draw, Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY
4x40, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Key Figures, Adams Ollman, Portland, OR
Works of Paper II, ACME. Los Angeles
2014
Allegorical Procedures: Bay Area Collage, 1950s - Present, Fine Arts Gallery, SFSU, SF, CA
Artadia 15th Yr Anniversary. Longhouse Projects, New York, NY
OK Great Thanks, This is ALSO RIDICULOUS, DCKT, New York, NY
OK Great Thanks, This is SO RIDICULOUS, ACME, Los Angeles, CA
The Possible, Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA
Shorthand, DCKT Contemporary, New York, NY
2013
Summer Show, Eli Ridgway Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2012
Affinity Atlas, Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College, NY
Exceptional Journeys, 3 + 1 ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, Lisbon, Portugal
2011
Related Clues, Inman Gallery, Houston, TX
Bay Area Now 6, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
Material Deposits, The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, Atlanta, GA
NADA Hudson, DCKT, Hudson, NY
The Armory Show, DCKT, New York, NY
Isn't Obvious, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Off Camera, Fleisher/Ollman Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
Beneath the Picture, Ambach & Rice, Seattle, WA
Paper Chasers, NUDASHANK, Baltimore, MD
2010
POS 3, Western Exhibitions, Chicago, IL
Ah Wilderness, Ebers Moore, Chicago, IL
Go West, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake, UT
Ultrasonic V, Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
Cutters, Pool Gallery, Berlin, Germany
100 Records, Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA; Cinders Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2009
Hot & Cold, Baer Ridgway Exhibitions, San Francisco, CA
Control C, Control V, Ebersb6, Chicago, IL
Censored Approved, Dolphin Gallery, Kansas City, MO
Trace Elements, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Sisyphus Office, Various Locations, Houston, TX
It’s Not Us, It’s You, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA
2008
Estacion Odesia, Queens Nails Annex, San Francisco, CA
IEG, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, San Jose, CA
Snow Blind, Harold Arts Center, Chicago, IL
2007
Grounded, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
The Dollar Bill Show, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Albedo, Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Swipple, University of Michigan Residential Gallery, Ann Arbor, MI
2006
Collage Party, Affair with Allston Skirt Gallery, Portland, OR
State of the Nation, Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA
West Coast Windows, Samson Projects, Boston, MA
2005
My Back Pages, Allston Skirt Gallery, Boston, MA
Room Temp, Playspace Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Form/Reform, Oakland Art Gallery, Oakland, CA
2004
Hot and Cold, Mama Buzz Gallery, Oakland, CA
Collectors Edition, Triplebase, San Francisco, CA
Summer, Good Times, Adobe Books, San Francisco, CA
The Bay Area Show, Tangent Gallery, Detroit, MI
The One Year Anniversary Show, Needles and Pens, San Francisco, CA
The Portrait Show, Needles and Pens, San Francisco, CA
2003
Triangles, Triplebase, San Francisco, CA
Somebody Nothing Something, Mimi Barr Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Portrait Show, Needles and Pens, San Francisco, CA
I DARTSF, New Langton Arts, San Francisco, CA

Awards and Residencies:
2014/15
Artist in Residence, UC Berkeley Ceramics Department, Berkeley, CA
2010
SFMOMA SECA Finalist
SFMOMA Open Space Summer Residency
Richard C. Diebenkorn Teaching Fellowship, Nominated Finalist, San Francisco, CA
One Day Artist Residencies, Hallway Projects, San Francisco, CA
2009
Artadia Award, New York, NY
2008
The Portable Ice Cream Stand, Southern Exposure, San Francisco, CA
Singular Mundane Movements, Project 7, Berkeley, CA
Towards (Continued Movement and Arrangement), 301 Bocana, San Francisco, CA

Selected Collections:
Deutsche Bank, New York, New York
Gilbert and Lila Silverman Collection, Museum of Modern Art, New York
J Crew, Toronto, Canada
SOHO House, New York, Chicago, Berlin

Selected Bibliography:
2016
Chun, Kimberley. "Is It April Fools, April Fool’s or April Fools’ Day?" SF Chronicle, April 13.
Murrow, Lauren. "Dogpatch's New Art Hub" San Francisco Magazine, February.
Martinez, Alanna. "San Francisco an Art Capital?" Observer, May 16.
2015
Smith, Kara Q. "Brion Nuda Rosch: The Basement Years" Art Practical, October 22.
Indrisek, Scott. "Dealing in the Hampton's: Inside Halsey McKay" BLOUIN ARTINFO, June 19.
2014
Micchelli, Thomas. "The Familiar, the Boisterous, the Unexpected, and the Absurd",
Hyperallergic, August
Gilbert, Andrew. "Discovering 'The Possible' at Berkeley Art Museum" Berkeleyside, February.
2013
Petry, Michael. "Nature Morte: Contemporary Artists Reinvigorate the Still Life",
Farnborough: Thames & Hudson
Hudson, Suzanne. "Brion Nuda Rosch at ACME." Artforum, October.
Goldstein, Andrew M. "six to Watch This July", Artspace, July.
Gavin, Francesca. "First Shot", Dazed & Confused Magazine, March.
Ebstein, Alex. "The Darker Side of Brion Nuda Rosch", New American Paintings, February.
Dempsey, Dean. "Cut & Paste: New Works by Brion Nuda Rosch", SFAQ, February.
2012
Catalogue, "Affinity Atlas", Wellin Museum of Art, Hamilton College, NY.
Stout, Erin. "Interview: Brion Nuda Rosch at Greg Kucera Gallery" ARTWRIT, May.
Pritikin, Renny. "Illegitimate Business" Art Practical, February.
2011
New American Paintings. Editors Pick, Pacific Coast Issue #97
Markopoulos, Leigh. "Bay Area Now 6" Art Practical. August.
Royer Scholz, Zachery. “San Francisco / Art World of Tomorrow” Art Practical, May.
Moshakis, Alex. “Brion Nuda Rosch”, Its Nice That, April 8.
Le Anh-Minh, “Supernatural” San Francisco Chronicle, March 18.
Marcus, Liz. “The Armory Fair 2011”, The Huffington Post, March 7.
Goldstein, Andrew M. “The Armory Show 2011 Preview“, Artinfo, February 28.
“Armory Week Daily Spotlight: Day 4”, Artlog, February 22.
Kluth, Mary Anne. “Isn’t It Obvious”, Art Practical, February 14.
De Vries, Heidi. “Ordinary Sublime”, SF Weekly, January 20.
“The Art of Brion Nuda Rosch” Juxtapoz, January 20.
Vettese, John. “School of Life”, Philadelphia Citypaper, January 19.
2010
Wagely, Catherine. “Best of 2010: Interview: Brion Nuda Rosch”,Daily Serving, December.
Wise, Lloyd. "Brion Nuda Rosch" Artforum, October.
Stroebe, Suzanne. "Brion Nuda Rosch" Art Critical. August 22.
Fee, Brian. “Brion Nuda Rosch”, Fee’s List, July 7.
Rosch, Brion Nuda. “Clark Griswold References Monument”, Possible Press, May 15.
Harper, David. “Recommended Shows: Brion Nuda Rosch”, Art Fag City, June 21.
Royer Scholz, Zachery. Brion Nuda Rosch. Little Paper Planes Publishing.
Curcio, Seth. “Interview: Brion Nuda Rosch”, Daily Serving, January 11.
2009
Kunath, Bessie. “New Work by Brion Nuda Rosch”, Art Practical¸ December 17.
Royer Scholz, Zachary. “Arthur Allan”, Art Practical, December 1.
Gannon, Victoria. “Brion Nuda Rosch”, San Francisco Chronicle, November 26.
Lee, Sasha. “Brion Nuda Rosch”, Beautiful/Decay, October 7.
Berlatsky, Noah. “Control C, Control V”, Chicago Reader, July 17.
“Control C, Control V”, Chicago Art Review, July 20.
Kasprzak, David. “Mundane Shift Shape Placement”, Despite Everything, June 1.
“Brion Nuda Rosch”. Picnic Magazine, Issue 2.
Cheng, Paul PJ. “Brion Nuda Rosch”, Appendix Magazine, April 17.
2008
Silverman, Jessica. “Studio Visit with Brion Nuda Rosch”, White Hot Magazine, November.
“Ready Made Collage”, Picnic Magazine, Issue 3.
Shevlak, Alina. “A Mountain Moving a Monument”, Tufts Daily, March 31.
2007
Mendelsohn, Adam. “Brion Nuda Rosch: Saatchi Online Critic’s Choice” Saatchi Online, May 8.
2006
Taylor, Mark and Mary Lee. “Gallery Crawl: Mission Shopping”, KQED, December.
Throwell, Zefrey. “Frank Prattle on NPR”¸ Neighborhood Public Radio, November 29.
2005
Harwood, Eleanor. “Top Ten of 2005”, San Francisco Bay Guardian, December 21.
Lockhart, Sarah. “Form/Reform”, Stretcher.org, August 5.
Morae, Kim. “Paper! Awesome!”, San Francisco Bay Guardian, August 3.
Nowak, Mike. “Mission Art Scene”, San Francisco Bay Guardian, March 9.
2004
“Cured Mimi Barr”, Kitchen Sink Magazine, Issue 9.

Curatorial

MIND IS THE ONLY TRUTH I’VE FOUND
Gallery 104 / Minnesota Street Project / Spring 2018
John Bankston
Craig Calderwood
Taraneh Hemami
Lynn Hershman Leeson
Gregory Kaplowitz
Evie Leder
Masako Miyazaki

REMEMBER WHEN NOTHING WAS HERE
CLIFF HENGST
DECEMBER 2017 / MINNESOTA STREET PROJECT
An exhibit of signs and words, and words on signs… observations on art writing and art talking, and talking about art differently than how we write about art. Why? Is there a reason we write (or attempt to write) so damn fancy when we often talk about art so crudely and / or cruelly? Is one more real? Has one been validated?

12 WORKS BY 12 ARTISTS WORKING AT 1240 MINNESOTA STREET
An exhibition in Gallery 200 at 1275 Minnesota Street
An exhibition where the title is also the press release
Erica Deeman
Sandra Ono
Mitzi Pederson
Purin Phanichphant
Brion Nuda Rosch
Elizabeth Russell
Jesse Schlesinger
Sarah Thibault
Catherine Wagner
Richard T. Walker
Aaron Wojack
Micah Wood

For a 2003-2017 curatorial archive with links click HERE

2003 - 2004 Mimi Barr / 16th Street / SF
2004 - 2005 "The Folks" at Adobe Books / 16th Street / SF
2004 - 2010 Hallway Bathroom Gallery / South Van Ness / SF
2006 - 2011 Something Home Something / online

Recent curatorial projects include:
SFMOMA Open Space SFMOMA Open Space
OK GREAT THANKS THIS IS SO RIDICULOUS at ACME. Los Angeles / DCKT in New York.
I Never Learned the Title of the Song I Always Sing at Minnesota Street Project.

I Never Learned the Title of the Song I Always Sing
at Minnesota Street Project
Summer 2016

‘I like to take my time and look in all the windows,
Pretend that I got money to buy what’s in the windows,
Lookin’ at the ladies, all dressed up in the windows,
Watchin’ the laundry comin’ out of all the windows,
Watchin’ the cops puttin’ tickets on the windows,
While I’m walkin’. — Silver Apples

PARANOID TIERS
A collection of collaborative drawings by:
GRIFFIN MCPARTLAND & PAUL URICH
August 5th - August 31st 2017
at Minnesota Street Project / Gallery 107
1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA

I Never Learned the Title of the Song I Always Sing is a group exhibition
featuring a selection of artists from Minnesota Street Project’s Studio Program.
Beth Abrahamson
Miguel Arzabe
Brittany Atkinson
Binta Ayofemi
Rachelle Bussières
James Chronister
Arash Fayez
Tom Loughlin
Chris Lux
Phillip Maisel
Sean McFarland
Masako Miyazaki
Chris Sollars

OK Great REALLY this is ALSO RIDICULOUS
at DCKT DCKT
HYPERALLERGIC review

Beni Bischof
Trudy Benson
Nicole Cherubini
Tucker Nichols
Brion Nuda Rosch
Cordy Ryman
Jessica Stockholder
Russell Tyler

OK GREAT THANKS This Is So RIDICULOUS
at ACME.
JUNE 7 - JULY 12, 2014 Los Angeles

Joshua Abelow
Brian Belott
Trudy Benson
Beni Bischof
Brian Bress
John Michael Boling
Nicole Cherubini
Mark Delong
Jessica Jackson Hutchins
Joseph Montgomery
Tucker Nichols
Brion Nuda Rosch
Cordy Ryman
Jessica Stockholder
Russell Tyler
Lindsey White
Eric Yahnker

It is 3am
I am in my studio
In the basement
Shoving a pile of clay
Doodling with the edge of the sledgehammer
Covering old linens with house paint
My wife and son are sleeping
This is ridiculous
And so are you
For no good reason
I am in my studio
In the basement

OK Great THANKS this is SO RIDICULOUS

At the end of the day we make the work we make
And we return to it the next day

Nothing makes sense
And we return to it the next day

No one is making sense of it all
And we return to it the next day

2009
MY DEATH SPACE
On-line Exhibition
Dominic Paul Moore

MYSPACE IS SO 2006: A COLLECTION OF LOST AND FOUND FRIENDS
AND PEOPLE I DO NOT REALLY KNOW
On-Line Exhibition
Ifton Schlinger

08/2009
LANDSCAPE PORTRAIT PATTERN

PATTERN
December / January 2009
Hallway Bathroom Gallery

Jerome Acks / Glen Baldridge / Thomas Bernard / Todd Chilton
Paul Corio / Vanessa Dziuba / Peter Fagundo / Richard Garrison
Matthew Hilshorst / Michael Hunter / Julien Kedryna / Patricia Kelly
Kyle Knobel / Denise Kupferschmidt / Andrea Myers / Jessica Paulson
Pica Pica / Michael Radziewicz / Marco Pires / Ellen Rich / Matthew Rich / Jovi Schnell
Peter Shear / Geoffrey Todd Smith / Mikel A Telleria / Katie Vida / Brian Willmont

PORTRAIT
October / November 2008
Hallway Bathroom Gallery

Joshua Abelow / Heidi Anderson / Nancy Chan / Randy Colosky
Mark Delong / Sonya Derman / Bill Donovan / James Gallagher / Servando Garcia
Joseph Hart / Maxwell Loren Holyoke / Chris Johanson / Eddie Martinez / Rachel Niffenegger
Kottie Paloma / Jaret Penner / Sarah Peters / Eric Shaw / Suzannah Sinclair / Jonathan Solo
Michael Swaney / Mishel Valenton / Justin B Williams / Jessica Williams
Michael Williams / Margaux Williamson

KQED Exhibit Review

LANDSCAPE
September / October 2008
Hallway Bathroom Gallery

Ky Anderson / Isak Applin / Sean Bayliss / Marie Blanchard / Ashlynn Browning
Joel Dean / Stephen Eichhorn / Franklin Evans / Joey Fauerso / Tara Lisa Foley
Alexis Grant / Rebecca Greenberg / Julia Hechtman / Peter Allen Hoffmann
Amanda Innis / Christine Kesler / Jay Nelson / Hillary Pecis / Freya Powell
Anthony Record / Vicki Sher / Daniel Tierney / Paul Wackers
Ryan Wallace / Wallace Whitney / Andy Moon Wilson

2007
PRECARIOUS
Adobe Books Backroom Gallery. Curated by The Folks.
Kira Inglis

2006
WHERE WE HAVE BEEN WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE ARE GOING
Adobe Books Backroom Gallery. Curated by The Folks.
Mark DeLong Chris Duncan Amanda Eicher Joseph Hart Kira Inglis Kyle Knobel Paula Malesardi
Sean McFarland Jason McLean Nicholas Mohanna Donal Mosher Mat O'Brien
Kelly Ording James Orlando Kottie Paloma Amy Rathbone Kyle Ranson
Dave Schubert Christine Shields Johanna St. Clair Judd Vetrone

2005
WELL, ALRIGHT
Hallway Bathroom Gallery
Paul Urich Don Roller Nancy Chan Jessica Cadkin

ALSO AWESOME
Hallway Bathroom Gallery
Satellite Exhibition for Paper!Awesome!
Installation Project Space Sacha Eckes

PAPER!AWESOME!
Pigman Gallery
Short List
Ky Anderson Glen Baldridge Jill Bliss Charlie Callahan Chris Corales Tia Factor
James Gallagher Harrison Haynes Suzanne Husky Rich Jacobs Xylor Jane
Allyson Mellberg Kottie Paloma Amy Rathbone Jovi Schnell
Christine Shields Sara Thustra Andrew Vogt

YEARNING LINES GROWING
Hallway Bathroom Gallery
Chris Duncan Allyson Mellberg Jovi Schnell John W Wood

2004
GONDOLA MAYONNAISE FUNNEL
Mimi Barr Gallery
Chris Duncan Joseph Hart Mat O'Brien Derrick Snodgrass Ryan Wallace

BOON SLOG MUSCLE
Mimi Barr Gallery
Sacha Eckes Suzanne Husky Jason Jagel Liz Walsh

BOOKS!AWESOME!
Mimi Barr Gallery

CLOUD CUCKOO LAND
Mimi Barr Gallery
Bernardo Poggi-Leigh Don Roller Oliver Halsman Rosenberg Judd Vetrone

PANGEA
Mimi Barr Gallery
David Benzler Karen Kersten Kyle Ranson

MASKING TAPE JUNK
Mimi Barr Gallery
David Benzler Daniel James Burt Randy Lee Sutherland Romanowski
Jonathan Runcio

DYE HUNTING BOATS
Mimi Barr Gallery
Charlie Callahan Anli Liu Kelly Ording Tim Reed Sarah Smith

PAPER!AWESOME!
Mimi Barr Gallery

2003
SOMEBODY NOBODY SOMETHING
Mimi Barr Gallery
Gallery Artists