Jack Brown is a visual artist working across sculpture, painting, response to site, print, public action, drawing, photography and video. Brown’s work focuses on the overlooked; things that should be given more than a passing glance, moments that would benefit from magnification. The works Brown makes are often found, realised, made or placed in the public realm
Jack Brown is based in Manchester. He has been making and exhibiting work since graduating from London Guildhall University with a BA Honours in Fine Art. Recent shows/projects include Represent! at the People's History Museum Manchester, Twice as Nice at PS Mirabel Manchester, Something and Nothing at Abington Studios Blackpool, Problem Solver at Deptford X London, For Space at Paper Gallery Manchester, Figure Ground Publication launch at Primary Nottingham, Den at South London Gallery and The Whatchamacallit at the Parasol Unit London. Jack won the Marsh Award for Excellence in Gallery Education in 2014 for his work as an artist educator.