AO On Site – Greenwich, CT: Nate Lowman: “I Wanted To Be An Artist But All I Got Was This Lousy Career” At The Brant Foundation Art Study Center, Sunday, November 12th, 2012

November 14th, 2012

Nate Lowman

All photos by E. Damenia for ArtObserved

This past Sunday, The Brant Foundation Art Study Center held the opening party and preview for Nate Lowman: I wanted to be an artist but all I got was this lousy career. The exhibition features recent and new work including paintings, collage and sculpture. Also on view on the foundation lawn was the actual White Ford Bronco from OJ Simpson’s June 17, 1994 car chase, and Gang Gang Dance performed. Artists such as Scott Campbell, Adam McEwen, Richard Prince, Kalup Linzy, Kaws and Aaron Young were in attendance, as well as dealers, collectors and museum directors such as Eli Broad, Jeffrey Deitch, Larry Gagosian and the Mugrabi family.

Gang Gang Dance performing

The OJ Simpson White Bronco brought in for the event from Los Angeles

Peter Brant, Stephanie Seymour

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Dan Colen

Alberto Mugrabi, Tod Eberie

Stacey Engman, Kalup Linzy




Peter Brant, Larry Gagosian

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

Nate Lowman, Josh Smith


Gavin Brown

Jose Mugrabi

Justin Lowe, Bill Powers

Dan Colen

Terry Richardson

Stephanie Seymour

Anthony Hayden-Guest

Nate Lowman

Stella Schnabel

Nate Lowman with his family


Nate Lowman, Johan Linderbeg and friends

Rachel Chandler Guinness, Nate Lowman

Nate Lowman, Leo Fitzpatrick and Friends

Gang Gang Dance

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center

-V. Artzimovich

The Brant Foundation Art Study Center