Moving Image, 2005
Working on his farm outside of New Paltz, NY, Brent Green is a self-taught visual artist and filmmaker. Green’s films have screened, often with live musical accompaniment, in film and art settings alike at venues such as MoMA, The Getty, Walker, Hammer Museum, The Kitchen, Boston MFA, Wexner, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Rotterdam Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival as well as rooftops, warehouses and galleries throughout the globe. Often, his sculptural work and large-scale installation are displayed alongside his animated films, most recently with solo exhibitions at the ASU Art Museum, Site Santa Fe, 21c/Art Without Walls, Diverseworks Houston and the Berkeley Art Museum. Green's work has been supported by Creative Capital, the Sundance Institute and the MAPfund. His art is in some fine permanent collections including the Progressive Collection, the Hammer Museum, MoMA and the American Folk Art Museum. Green is represented by the Andrew Edlin Gallery in NYC.
Awards and Accomplishments
Factory 25 releases Green's Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then as a 34-page book with DVD and Blu-Ray
Factory 25 releases Green's Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then in book & DVD/Blue Ray form
Green receives a 2014 MAP Fund Grant for Empathy School
Green is featured in the book Animation Sketchbooks (Chronicle Books, 2013)
Green's work screens in New Frontiers program at the Sundance Film Festival
2010: Green premieres first feature-length film, _Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then_, at IFC in New York
2010: Green is artist-in-residence at Arizona University in August and September
Green presents with Creative Capital at IdeaFestival in Louisville, KY
2007: Green receives Pennsylvania Council for the Arts grant
Paulina Hollers is an animated Appalachian folktale created with stop-motion rabbit bones, hand carved wooden angels with antique hinge wings and a…
Apr 20 – Apr 30, 2016
Jim Findlay and Brent Green Present "Empathy School"
Feb 07 – Mar 20, 2016
Andrew Edlin Gallery presents "World Made By Hand"
Sep 20 – Sep 25, 2015
Jennifer Reeder, Brent Green and Anayansi in IFP's Independent Film Week
FAST COMPANY, "It Sure Beats the NEA"