Brad was born in Marblehead, Massachusetts in 1970. He moved to Olympia, Washington in 1991 to study printmaking and painting at The Evergreen State College. His work has been featured in solo shows in New York, Vancouver, Calgary, San Francisco and Northampton (Massachusetts), as well as group shows and art fairs in London, Miami, Hamburg, New York and Los Angeles. Brad lives and working in Montréal.
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Solo Exhibitions

Quick Tutorial

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Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

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1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

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duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
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Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

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Group Exhibitions

Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.month}} {{row.year}}
{{row.name}}
{{row.venue}}
{{row.city}}

Art Fairs

Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.month}} {{row.year}}
{{row.name}}
{{row.city}}

Awards

Quick Tutorial

Your Google Spreadsheet must be divided into titled columns like so:

Data can be grabbed using double curly braces {{ }} like so:

{{row.followers}}

⬇︎

1000, 1200, 5000 . . .

Gsheet will take whatever content placed inside, and
duplicate it for each row in your spreadsheet.

You can simply grab the value for the corresponding row by typing:
{{row.attribute}} or {{row.multiword_value}}

Column titles MUST start with a letter.
Values like {{row.2019}} or {{row.2019_year}} will NOT work

TRY IT OUT! 👉

{{row.month}} {{row.year}}
{{row.name}}
{{row.city}}