Vice Provost for Curriculum and Learning
Adam Brent creates sculptural installations that combine architectural and organic elements to explore issues of nature, reflection, interiors and structure. He received his BFA from the Maryland Institute, College of Art in 1995 and his MFA in sculpture from Parsons The New School for Design in 2001. His work has been exhibited at such notable museums and galleries as The Islip Art Museum, The Bronx Museum for Contemporary Art, The Aldrich Museum For Contemporary Art, Aljira Center for Contemporary Art, Artists Space, Apex Art, Margaret Thatcher Projects, Gathering of The Tribes, Wave Hill, Momenta Gallery, Bogart Salon and BRIC Rotunda. Additionally, he took part in Artists in the Marketplace, Bronx Museum and Emerge at the Aljira center for Contemporary Arts, Newark. Brent was recently awarded a re-grant from the The Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs as administered from the Brooklyn Arts Council. Brent is also a principle-founding member of the BroLab Collective. He has received critical attention from the Village Voice, L Magazine, The NY Press, Art Critical, The New York Daily News and the New York Times.
Digital Modeling (Spring 2019)
Maker's Dozen (Spring 2019)