Gabriel Clark-Brown

b. 30.12.1965

2005 - 2012 : Publisher: South African Art Times

Academic Record
1996 Master Class Kathe Burkhardt, Amsterdam Painting Institute, The Netherlands
1995 Master in Fine Art Printmaking, University of Cape Town (UCT) South Africa
1991 Ad.Dip in Fine Arts Printmaking and Drawing, awarded with distinctions (UCT)
1990 BA Fine Art (Hons) Printmaking and Painting (UCT)

Selected Awards, Scholarships and Residencies

2000 Irish Museum of Modern Art Residency, Dublin, Republic of Ireland (to be taken up)
1998 Cork Printmakers, Ireland, Research Residency and Research Paper
1997 Cite International Art Residency, Paris, France, selected by international jury
1996 Frans Masereel Printmaking Residency, Kassel, Belgium
1995 UNESCO International Disability Artist Educational Award, Paris, France
Yamagatha International Disability Arts Award (one of six), VSA, Washington DC, USA
Foundation for the Creative Arts Bursary Republic of South Africa (RSA)
UCT : 7 x Irma Stern, 2 x Jules Kramer Scholarships, Katherine Harris Print Cabinet Award

Selected Exhibitions
2003 Motherland part of the Impact Print Conference, Cape Town
Timelines. Exchange portfolio, Impact Print Conference, Cape Town
Portraits- Rust and Vriegde Gallery, Bellville.
2000 The National Printmaking Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, United Kingdom
Eganzini - The Battle of Grahamstown, Albany Museum, Grahamstown.
1999 The Masters of Printmaking - V International Triennial, Gyor, Hungary (by invitational only)
Municipal Museum of Arts Belgium, Xantus Janos Museum Slovakia
New Work Original Print Gallery, (solo) Dublin, Ireland
Northern charity, Southern blood (solo show) Diorama Gallery, London, United Kingdom
Freschen Triennial, Germany
Printmakers Council Biennial, London, UK
Mind the GAP Impact Print Conference Bristol, UK - exhibition relating to cultural differences in the artists home environment.
1998 Grapeonia International Printmaking Triennial, Vasa, Finland (Purchase Award)
Monumental in Klein Amsterdam Grafiek Centrum. The Netherlands
3rd Lahti International Print Triennial, Finland
Kanagawa International Print Triennial, Japan
1997 New-Works solo exhibition of prints -simultaneously shown at the Mau-Mau Gallery, Cape Town, SA,
and the Kriterion complex in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Clean, solo exhibition, Rijkstropenmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Cracow International Print Triennial, Cracow, Poland
7th International Printmaking Biennial, Taipei, Republic of China
International Print Exhibition, Portland Art Museum, Oregon, USA (Purchase Award)
10th Seoul International Print Biennial, Seoul, South Korea
1996 National British Print Exhibition, The Mall Galleries, London, UK
Comfort, solo printmaking exhibition, Galerie du Spa, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Moshab Exhibition of Disability Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
1995 Yamagatha International Disability Arts Educational Programme, Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, USA
(one of eight finalists from 60 countries)
South African Graphic Print Exhibition, Museum of Ethnology, Hamburg, Germany
Crosscurrents, exhibition of South African Artists, VSA Gallery, Washington DC, USA
British Society of Disabled Artists, Cowbrye Gallery, London, UK
1994 Black and White Exhibition, 45 years on, South African National Gallery, SA
Curated Fresh Cream of leading young SA printmakers, Chelsea Gallery and the Grahamstown Festival
1993 Pioneers in South African Printmaking 1910 to Present Day, The Stadhuis, Cape Town
Under the Mountain Exhibition, University of Canberra, Australia
1991 Cape Triennial, South African National Gallery, SA

Teaching Positions
2000-2001 University of Rhodes, Fine Art Department, Senior Lecturer Dept of Printmaking and Design

1999 Safer, Less -Toxic Research Paper/ Good studio Practice Cork Printmakers, Cork, Ireland
Disability Arts in London, (DAIL) volume 3, number 4, 5
1997 Printmaking in a Transforming South Africa Hobbs and Rankin, published by David Phillips
1995 A Graphic Interpretation of Some Social Constructions of Disability- presented for MFA Thesis, UCT
South African Jewish Journal Number 8, vol. 1
1994 Weekly Mail & Guardian December 12-19
Inscribe Arts Journal Number 3, vol. 1
1992 A Graphic Interpretation of Genetic Disorders Within Contemporary Concepts of Beauty, presented Ad Dip, UCT

Albany Print Museum New York, Biblioteek Nationale Paris France, Frans Masereel Centre Belgium, Ostrobothnian Museum, Vaasa Finland, New York Public Library New York USA, Portland Museum of Art Oregon USA, Royal Tropical Museum Amsterdam, South African Embassy collections The Hague NL & Washington DC. USA, Yamagatha Disability Arts Collection, VSA Washington DC. USA
South Africa: Cape Technikon, Durban Art Museum, Johannes Stegmann Art Museum, Katherine Harris Print Cabinet, King George V Art Gallery, Oliewenshuise Art Museum, Pietersburg Art Collection, Sanlam, South African Library, Telcom Art Collections