Brook Hsu "Panic Angel" review in Artforum, February 2018 by Chloe Wyma
But as it performed a series of returns—to myth, to the figure, to depth psychology—“Panic Angel” felt manifestly contemporary in its diarism, its drive toward reenchantment, and its reinvestment in painting, among other procedures, as a method of making not only meaning but, as the late great god would have it, mischief.
Brook Hsu "Panic Angel" on Art Viewer
One Piece: Essay (Panic Angel) by Brook Hsu
The artist talks about the genesis, composition, and execution of a recently completed work.
AQNB "Lex Brown on the elastic reality of cartoons, clowning + subverting the economy of emotion" by Selby Nimrod
Having studied clowning techniques, the artist’s searing performances similarly draw upon pop cultural and autobiographical references, while they employ musico-theatrical forms that run from operetta to RnB.
The Creators Project "A Vibrant Group Show Celebrates Rainbows" by Andrew Nunes
'Visible Range,' the first group exhibition at Deli Gallery, is a complex exploration of the simplicity of rainbows.
Artforum "Lex Brown at Deli Gallery" by Lauren O'Neill Butler
Don’t let those foam cinder blocks on the floor fool you. Lex Brown’s first solo exhibition ain’t soft—it’s a razor-edged debut with a droll twist.