Deborah Druick

Born in Montreal, Canada, Druick has exhibited in Hong Kong, Macau, Canada, and the United States.
Selected Group Shows

2017 “The Figure: Interpreted through Contemporary Mediums”, curated by Barbara MacAdam, Executive editor of Art News, at Site: Brooklyn, NY.

Clio Art Fair: March 3-5, curated by Chelsea, NY curated by Alessandro Berni.

2016 “ The Really, really Affordable Art Show”, curated by Helga Christoffersen of NYC’s New Museum of Contemporary Art, at B.W.A.C , Brooklyn, NY.

” Fun House, Art of the Surreal, Fantastic and Bizarre”, curated by Eve Biddle, Founder and Co- Executive Director of the Wassaic Art Project, the Barrett Art Center,Poughkeepsie, NY.

” Twenty -seventh International Juried Exhibition,” curated by Tumelo Mosaka, Independent Curator, former Krannert and Brooklyn Museum, Viridian Gallery, Chelsea, NY.

“ Color “, curated by Lillian Tone, curator MOMA, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, Brooklyn, NY.

Putting it All Together, curated by Luis Perelman and Arle Sklar-Weinstein, Blue Door Gallery, Yonkers, NY.

2015 Open Orange 2015, curated by Tricia Bloom of the Newark Museum, Valleyarts Firehouse Gallery, Orange, NJ.

2014 Select Art Fair Miami, curated by Tim Goossens of Moma PS1, Miami, FL.

New Directions 2014, curated by Lynne Warren of the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago The Barrett Art Center, NY

Artist Statement:
My event-driven paintings and drawings depict characters and situations in an unrealistic world of bright colors and altered perspectives inspired by a media controlled life in an urban world. My paintings act as an allegory for the intense media manipulation of news and images that bombard my consciousness. The proximity of this information penetrates and informs my world serving as inspiration for my work.
As an artist living in the Bronx, the city is an essential part of my visual lexicon. The characters that I present come from stories of alternate personalities and evolve into different versions of myself, male or female, observing, thinking, and processing my everyday experiences. I often use iconic cartoon imagery of the past originally meant to depict a good American lifestyle and I juxtapose that innocence against the urban grittiness of the present day.


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