1980 Born in South Carolina

Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY



2003 Winthrop University, Rock Hill, SC, Bachelor of Fine Arts


Solo Exhibitions

2018 Tablet, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY

2014 For Thinkin' Long and Dark, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2012 Party Sub, Invisible Exports Booth, NADA Hudson, Hudson, NY

2011 Grab Bag Sack, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn NY

2009 The Gnastic Pursuit, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn NY


Select Group Exhibitions



Small Moments, Brilliant Champions Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Piles, Stacks, Lumps, and Mounds, Canal Street Market, New York, NY

Orange you Glad we Didn't Say Bonanza, ArtHelix, Brooklyn, NY



Re:Art, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY

Re: re: Art, Pfizer Building, Brooklyn, NY

SPRING/BREAK Art Show, New York, NY



Plain Airs, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN

Tableau, Kai Matsumiya Gallery, New York, NY

NEWD Art Show, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery booth, Brooklyn, NY

Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market, Venice, Italy

Gift Shop, SPRING/BREAK Art Fair, New York, NY



“Quote Bushwick Bohemia Unquote”, presented by Schoolhouse Projects, ArtHamptons Art Fair, Bridgehampton, NY

See the Pyramids Along the Nile, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

We Know What We Like, presented by the Triangle Arts Association at Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York, NY

Public Art Fund 2013 Benefit Gala, New York, NY

I Killed My Father, I Ate Human Flesh, I Quiver With Joy: An Obsession with Pier Paolo Pasolini, presented by Invisible Exports at Allegra LaViola Gallery, New York, NY

Walking with The Dutch Giant, Space 1026, Philadelphia, PA

By Way of the South: Going Home, Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, CA



Peekskill Project V, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY

English Kills Booth at Bushwick Basel, Starr Space, Brooklyn, NY

Sculpture Garden, The Onderdonk House, Brooklyn, NY

Intramurals, AFA Gallery, Scranton, PA

Knickerbocker Mini Maw, Brooklyn, NY

Till Dust Gathers on Grass, Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY

These Friends 3, This:Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA

The Permanent Collection Volume 2: My Own Private Serpico, English Kills Art Gallery,

Brooklyn, NY



Notes on Notes on Camp, Invisible Exports, New York, NY

Scope Art Show, English Kills Art Gallery booth, New York, NY

The Mother Ship, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

These Friends 2, This: Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA



 Common Jive, The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts, New York, NY

Solitary Pleasures, The Slought Foundation, Philadelphia, PA

Collaborative Forgeries, or Forged Collaborations, Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

The Permanent Collection: Vol. 1, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

I Wish I Was Dead Biennial: Works by Unsettled and Unsettling Natures,

Barrister's Gallery, New Orleans, LA



Impart to Product/Part of the Process? Or Quest, Phantom, Vestigium,

Centotto, Brooklyn, NY

Gods of Mars, English Kills Art Gallery, Brooklyn, NY



Knucklehead Blues, a two person exhibition, English Kills Art Gallery,

Brooklyn, NY



2010   Hayseed and Squirrel’s Moonshine Tasting, Fred Torres Collaborations, New York



"Goings on About Town: Tableau," The New Yorker, August 2015

"Brawn & 'Glitz Brut': Brent Owens at English Kills, by Paul D'Agostino, L Magazine, February 26, 2014

“Bobos in Paradise,” by Max Nesterak, ARTSLANT.COM, July 9, 2013

“See Highlights From NADA Hudson’s Slimmer and Stronger Second Edition,” by Benjamin Sutton and Katya Valevich, ARTINFO.COM, July 30, 2012

“9 Artists to watch from the 2012 Bushwick Open Studios,” by Hrag Vartanian, HYPERALLERGIC.COM, June, 2012

“Artists in Bushwick,” by Stephen Truax, The Brooklyn Rail, July 2011

“Bushwick Art Scene, For Love of the Game, by Emily Nathan, ARTNET.COM, June 2011

“Goings On About Town,” The New Yorker Magazine, May 9, 2011

“Is The Campiest Camp Necessarily Naive?,” by Dierdre Hering, L Magazine, April 13, 2011

“In The Studio: Brent Owens at English Kills,” Stephen Truax, BUSHWICKBK.COM, March 10, 2011

"Brent Owens gets a Woody at English Kills,"  Daniel Larkin, HYPERALLERGIC.COM, November 16, 2009

"Aesthetic Cleansing", James Kalm, The Brooklyn Rail, October 2009

"Adolescent Art," Stephen Truax, BUSHWICKBK.COM, September 22, 2009

"Authentic Beauty, or The Real Phony,"  James Kalm, The Brooklyn Rail, February 2008