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Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. in Conversation with Aliza Nisenbaum


About the Program

The Arts Club’s fall exhibition Upkeep overlaps in topic and concerns with The Renaissance Society’s exhibition Nine Lives. Both group shows partake in the Feminist Art Coalition, a national initiative to explore the nuances of what feminisms might mean today. In honor of this we are bringing together an artist from each exhibition to converse about areas of convergence or departure. For this pairing, Brooklyn-based photographer Elliott Jerome Brown, Jr. (whose work appears in Upkeep), and NY-based painter Aliza Nisenbaum (shown in Nine Lives) touch on issues of intimacy, identity, narrative, and community.