Iona Rozeal Brown  (American, 1966) 

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Iona Rozeal Brown, "...all you heard was 'poppa, don't hit me no more!' (or momma...take your pick),"

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
"...all you heard was 'poppa, don't hit me no more!' (or momma...take your pick),"
2013

Edward Tyler Nahem
Iona Rozeal Brown, Untitled (Male)

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
Untitled (Male)
2003

Sragow Gallery
Iona Rozeal Brown, Chris' Anthem

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
Chris' Anthem
2012

Edward Tyler Nahem
Iona Rozeal Brown, My Other Puma is a Lion

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
My Other Puma is a Lion
2013

Edward Tyler Nahem
Iona Rozeal Brown, Speakers on TIFF

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
Speakers on TIFF
2013

Edward Tyler Nahem
Iona Rozeal Brown, She

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
She
2011

G Fine Art
Iona Rozeal Brown, Billie Beatdown

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
Billie Beatdown
2007

Heather James Fine Art
Iona Rozeal Brown, kaatchi, the incubator

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
kaatchi, the incubator
2010

Adamson Gallery/ Adamson Editions
Iona Rozeal Brown, …you opened my eyes man, thought i had a man, but how could i eye scan…

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
…you opened my eyes man, thought i had a man, but how could i eye scan…
2008

Adamson Gallery/ Adamson Editions
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Iona Rozeal Brown, mcjgorg #2 at #2, mcjgorg #3 at #2 and Madame C.J.s Gang of Rude Girls afro-died, T. 2 (3 works)

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
mcjgorg #2 at #2, mcjgorg #3 at #2 and Madame C.J.s Gang of Rude Girls afro-died, T. 2 (3 works), 2012
acrylic on panel

 

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Iona Rozeal Brown, Holding (after Kuniyoshi's the actor Nakamura Shikanll holding a morter)

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
Holding (after Kuniyoshi's the actor Nakamura Shikanll holding a morter), 2006
paintings, acrylic, mixed media

 

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Iona Rozeal Brown, a3 blackface pimping and pandering #3

 

Iona Rozeal Brown
a3 blackface pimping and pandering #3, 2004
acrylic and collage on paper

 

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1966   Born in Washington, D.C.
1991   B.S. Kinesiological Sciences, University of Maryland, College Park, MD
1994 - 1995   Women’s Community Art Award, Montgomery County Community College, Takoma Park, MD
1995   Montgomery County Community College, Honor List, Takoma Park, MD
1996   Pratt Institute, Honor List, Brooklyn, NY
1996 - 1997   Merit Scholarship, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Presidential Grant, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1997 - 1998   Merit Scholarship, San Francisco Art Institute
Student Grant, San Francisco Art Institute
1998 - 1999   Honor Student Painting Studio, San Francisco Art Institute
Supplemental Materials Award, San Francisco Art Institute
1999   Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, ME, B.F.A., Painting
San Francisco Art Institute, Valedictorian, Deans Honor List
Camille Hanks Cosby Fellowship, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
2001   Schickle-Collingwood Prize, Yale University
2002   M.F.A. Painting, Yale University School of Art, New Haven, CT
Blair Dickinson Award, Yale University
2007   Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, New York, NY
2007   Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant, New York, NY
2007   Richard C. Diebenkorn Teaching Fellowship, San Francisco Art Institute
  Lives and works in Maryland
2010   MOCA Cleveland, OH (solo)
2008   Goff + Rosenthal Berlin, Germany (November) (solo)
2008   Solo Exhibition, VOLTA4: Voltany, Basel, Switzerland (solo)
2007   the epidemic of excess, the detriment of denial, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2007   Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song, Von Lintel Gallery, Nov 29, 07 – Jan 20, 08, New York, NY
2007   Haus der Kulturen der Welt New York States of Mind, Aug 24, 2007 – Nov 11, 2007, New York, NY
2007   Japan, INC., Kravets Wehby Gallery, New York, NY
2007   Iona Rozeal Brown and Zoe Charlton Lecture at the Hirshhorn Museum February 2, 2007
2006   Paper Trail: African American Works on Paper, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, GA
2006   When the East is in the House: iona rozeal brown and Stella Lai, Saltworks Gallery, Atlanta, GA
2006   Compliciit, curated by Johanna Drucker, Andrea Douglas and Jill Hartz, University of Virginia Museum of Art, Charlottesville, VA
2006   Three Decades of Contemporary Art from San Francisco Art Institute, Walter & McBean Galleries, San Francisco Art Institute
2006   Stereotypes: Confronting Cliches, curated by June Lambia, McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte, NC
2006   Blending Lines, G Fine Art, Washington, DC (solo)
2006   iona rozeal brown, University of Arizona, Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ (solo)
2005   Linkages and Themes in the African Diaspora, Museum of the African Diaspora, San Francisco, CA
2004   a3 the revolution: televised, terrorized, sexualized, Caren Golden Fine Art, New York, NY (solo)
2004   iona rozeal brown, Sandroni Rey, Los Angeles, CA (solo)
2004   iona rozeal brown, G Fine Art, Washington, DC (solo)
2004   Bling BlAsian Bling, (two person exhibition with Stella Lai), The Luggage Store, San Francisco, CA (solo)
2007    Merali, Shaheen. “Haus der Kulturen der Welt: New York – States of Mind,” Exhibition and Film Programme, 28.08.2007-04.11.2007
2007    Buckley, iona rozeal brown, Artforum.com, June 30, 2007
2007    “iona rozeal brown: still exploring and unlikely pairing,” Los Angeles Times, July 20, 2007
2004    Genocchio, Benjamin. “Iona Rozeal Brown, Wadswoth Ateneum Museum of Art,” New York Times, April 4
2004    Palumbo, Mary Jo. “Artist’s Japanese-styleprints add new translation to hip-hop,” Boston Herald, April 10
2003    “Biters of Style” Trace. May 2003
2003    Knight, Christopher. “Richly drawn from drawings” Los Angeles Times, March 2003
2003    Koppman, Debra. “International Paper” Previews. February 2003
2003    Mathis, Sommer. “Paper Trail, Global Culture Lends Contemporary Exhibit Wide Speectrum of Artistic Creations, Bringing New Life To Fiber As a Medium,” Daily Bruin, January 2003
2003    Brown, Iona Rozeal. “Self-Portrait,” Tema Celeste, January/February 2003