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Biography

Brian Scott Campbell (b. 1983, Columbus, OH) received a BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design, OH and an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, NJ. Solo exhibitions include: Marfa Projects, Texas; Galerie SPZ, Prague, Czech Republic; Arts & Leisure, New York; Stene Projects, Stockholm; Harbinger Project Space, Reykjavík, Iceland; Left Field Gallery, Los Angeles; Dutton, New York. Group exhibitions include: Fredericks & Freiser, New York; Jeff Bailey Gallery, New York; Anna Zorina, New York; Zevitas Marcus, Los Angeles; David Shelton Gallery, Houston; Ruttkowski; 68, Munich; NADA New York and Untitled Miami Beach Art Fairs, among others. Awards and residencies include: Atlantic Center for the Arts Residency with artist Dana Schutz; The Macedonian Institute; a McColl Center for Visual Art Full Fellowship; a Vermont Studio Center Fellowship; the Artist in the Marketplace Program, Bronx Museum, New York. Campbell’s work has been featured in Modern Painters / Blouin ArtInfo; The Huffington Post; Hyperallergic; Glasstire; i-D Magazine / Vice; Art Viewer, and others. Campbell lives and works in Denton, Texas, and is Assistant Professor in Drawing and Painting at The College of Visual Arts and Design at The University of North Texas.