Brian Buczak (Estate)

Brian Buczak (Estate)

Brian Buczak (b. 1954, Detroit; d. 1987, New York) received a BFA in painting from The Society of Arts and Crafts in 1976. Solo exhibitions include Brian Buczak: A Memorial Exhibition, Emily Harvey Gallery, New York (1989); Brian Buczak: A Memorial Exhibition, Bound & Unbound, New York (1987); The Search for Accidental Significance, Pitt International Galleries, Vancouver (1987); The Lucy Stories, Printed Matter, New York (1985); VASE, J.N. Herlin, Inc, New York, 1982; and Corpse, Todd’s Copy Shop, New York (1982). Group exhibitions include Democracy: Aids, Group Material at Dia Art Foundation, New York (1988); Wall/Paper: 3 installations in an abandoned building (with Andrea Evans and Brad Melamed), Fashion Moda, New York (1981); The Page as an Alternative Space 1970–1981, Franklin Furnace, New York (1981); 9th St Survival Show, Charas at El Bohio, New York, 1981; Sound, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (1979); and Art Book Art, Detroit Institute of Arts (1979).


Brian Buczak

Man Looks at the World

Jan. 5–Feb. 17, 2024


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