Something Stolen / Something New
Postponed until 2022
In his ongoing research project and artwork, Noah Breuer explores the legacy of “Carl Breuer and Sons,” his Jewish family’s former textile printing business, founded 1897 in Bohemia and lost in 1939 to Nazi collaborators. Looking into the past, the artist will present printed works on paper, fabric and glass that invite the viewers to experimentation, participation and dialogue.
Noah Breuer is an American artist and printmaker originally from Berkeley, California. He holds a BFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design, and an MFA from Columbia University. He also earned a graduate research certificate in traditional woodblock printmaking and paper-making from Kyoto Seika University in Japan. Noah has had recent solo exhibitions at Left Field Gallery in San Luis Obispo, California; SPACE Gallery in Portland Maine; and Spudnik Press in Chicago, Illinois. His artist books have been published by the San Francisco Center for the Book, as well as, Small Editions in Brooklyn, New York.