Freddie Brice

 ( 1920, Charleston, Caroline du Sud, U, 1998, New York, NY, USA)

Né 1920 Charleston, South Carolina
Mort 1998 New York, NY
Expositions de groupe à la galerie
What Wind, New York
05 Février - 02 Mars 2019


EXPOSITIONS PERSONNELLES ET EXPOSITIONS À DEUX PERSONNES
2015
Watches & Clocks, New York, NY2012 Beverly Semmes & Freddie Brice, KS Art, New York, US

2010
Freddie Brice, KS Art, New York, US

2000
Paintings and Drawings, KS Art, New York, US

1992
Solo exhibition atThe Outsider Art Fair, KS Art, New York, US

1991
Freddie Brice, Ricco Maresca Gallery, New York, US

1989
Freddie Brice and Mary T. Smith, Ricco Maresca Gallery, New York, US

EXPOSITIONS DE GROUPE
2019
What Wind, curated by Eric Palgon, Ceysson & Bénétière, New York, US

2016
Shout For Tomorrow, Hirschl & Adler, New York, NY

2011
POP: Eddie Arning, Freddie Brice, Ray Hamilton, curated by Anne Doran, KS Art, New York, US

2010
Looking Back: The Fifth White Columns Annual, White Columns, New York, US

2009
The Outsider Art Fair, KS Art, New York, US

2007
The Outsider Art Fair, Maxwell Projects, New York, US

2005
The Outsider Art Fair, KS Art, New York, US

2003
Freddie Brice, Berenberg Gallery, Boston, US

2002
The Outsider Art Fair, KS Art, New York, US

2000
The Outsider Art Fair, KS Art, New York, US

1998
Diaspora: Seven African-American Artists: Freddie Brice, Robert St. Brice, Odilon Pierre, Ras Dizzy, Leonard Daley, Thornton Dial, Kevin Sampson, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, US
The Outsider Art Fair, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, US

1997
Flying Free: Self-Taught Artists from the Collection of Baron and Ellin Gordon, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center, Williams burg (Virginia), US
Personal Voice: The Ruth and Robert Vogele Collection of Self-Taught Art, Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee (Wisconsin), US
Millenial Intentions: Post 20th Self-Taught Artists, Cavin-Morris Gallery, New York, US