Alicia DeBrincat is a New York-based artist, curator, writer, and the Founding Editor of ArtFile Magazine (www.ArtFileMagazine.com), a curated online forum for art and culture. Her exhibition, Double Vision, will open in Riverviews’ Craddock-Terry Gallery at 5:30 pm on First Friday, May 1st and will remain on view through June 19th. Her artwork investigates the dialogue between photography and painting, and between the archive and the contemporary moment. DeBrincat’s artwork has been exhibited at venues throughout the US, including the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (New York), The Kitchen (New York), Femina Potens Gallery (San Francisco), La Luz de Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles) and at VOLTA NY 2014, where Kianga Ellis Projects curated a solo presentation of her work. She has received grants and fellowships from the George Sugarman Foundation, the Money for Women Fund, The Wassiac Project, the Arts Council of Berkeley, California, and Parsons the New School for Design. She has been an artist-in-residence at Chashama (Brooklyn, NY), The Wassiac Project (Wassaic, NY), and Micro Art Space (Cleveland, OH), where she also recently had a solo show, Experimental Fitness, in January 2015.
DeBrincat’s art practice also extends to writing, curating, and publishing. She is the Founding Editor and a contributing writer for ArtFile Magazine, an arts journal which she founded in June 2013, and she is an independent curator who curates solo and group exhibitions at galleries throughout New York City.
DeBrincat graduated cum laude with her BA in English Literature and Spanish from the University of Oregon in 2001, and she received her MFA from Parsons the New School for Design in 2012. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
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