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OUTLET Fine Art is an exhibition space in Brooklyn dedicated to presenting innovative and dynamic programming. We host monthly exhibitions and workshops designed to engage and inspire through a comprehensive arts experience. At the root of OUTLET, we believe in promoting creativity through exhibitions, collaborations, and out-of-the-box explorations.
OUTLET originated as a joint venture between Julian A. Jimarez Howard's Sunset Surf Club and Aliza Kelly Faragher's The Iconic Order. It opened in October of 2012. Their focus was presenting innovative and dynamic programming, hosting monthly exhibitions and workshops designed to engage and inspire through a comprehensive arts experience.
In November 2013 with newly a renovated space, curator / producer Jason Andrew and artist / curator John Silvis joined forces with co-director / curator Julian A. Jimarez Howard in launching the new management of OUTLET. In a convergence of experiences and visual aesthetics the gallery offers a distinctive brand that pushes the boundaries of curatorial practice, collaboration, and exhibition design.
JULIAN A. JIMAREZ HOWARD is a Brooklyn-based artist, producer, educator, and writer. He is the original co-founder of OUTLET (formerly known as Sunset Surf Club Art Space) and also co-founder/director at Associated Gallery. He graduated Cum Laude from Brown University in the Department of American Civilization and holds a Master’s in Art Business from Sotheby’s Institute of Art. His artistic focus is on place, space, and representation, and he is currently at work on a series reflecting the labor politics of the gallery industry. Recent curatorial projects include The Indifference of Wisdom in collaboration with arts non-profit NURTUREart and Juan Morel Campos Secondary School as well as the critically acclaimed You Are My Sunshine at Associated Gallery.
JOHN SILVIS is a Brooklyn-based artist and curator. He received his MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna and has received numerous grants and awards, including a commission for the Essl Collection in Vienna. Silvis’ recent art research has taken him to Beijing, Berlin and Zurich. Some recent exhibitions include “Crashcourse IV,” Norte Maar, “What I Know,” NYCAMS, New York (2012), “Crashcourse III,” Olson Gallery, Bethel University, MN (2012), and “Goodbye Space Shuttle,” Active Space, Brooklyn (2011). His recent curatorial projects include “New. New York,” Essl Museum, Vienna (2012), “1000 Rainbows,” Lia Chavez, First Things Gallery, New York (2012), and “Life Drawing,” Joshua Cave, First Things Gallery, New York (2013).