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Deborah Brown in conversation with arts and culture journalist Laura van Straaten

Wednesday, July 24th at 6pm

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Image courtesy of Benny Krown.

Image courtesy of Lynn Savarese.

Plato is excited to host a conversation between artist Deborah Brown, whose current exhibition, New York Stories is on view in our ground floor gallery at 202 Bowery, and arts and culture journalist Laura van Straaten. This is a limited capacity event, please make sure to RSVP at the following link by July 20.

Laura van Straaten has interviewed people in the visual, performing and literary arts from more than a dozen countries for The New York Times and T, New York, The Wall Street Journal Magazine, W, Town & Country, and The Hollywood Reporter, and many of the top English-language culture publications and websites in the U.S and abroad. She enjoys talking to people about ideas, intentions and processes and how creative projects across the arts come to fruition, often against many odds.

Deborah Brown has lived and worked in New York since 1982. She received a BA from Yale University and an MFA from Indiana University. Brown’s work is included in museum and private collections around the world, including the ICA, Miami, and the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine. Her work has been written about in The New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, AVENUE, Forbes, CULTURED, Vogue México y LatinoAmérica, Larry’s List, Vogue Hong Kong, Juxtapoz, Artillery Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, ARTnews, Artnet, Galerie Magazine, Houston Chronicle, The Denver Post, Madame Figaro, Hyperallergic and ART-Das Kuntsmagazin.

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