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About Christopher Stout

Christopher Stout is a visual artist and is also the founder and director of Art During the Occupation Gallery, Bushwick; as well as the founder and director of the former think tank Bushwick Art Crit Group. (His art is not associated with or shown by the gallery.)

Notable Art Awards and Accolades:

  1. In March 2017, Christopher Stout received a “Curator to Watch” designation in Artsy for his Armory week presentation during SPRING/BREAK Art Show with Rick Herron
  2. In March 2016, Christopher Stout was ranked #32 in “The 100 Most Influential People in Brooklyn Culture” published by Brooklyn Magazine and written by art critic Paul D’Agostino
  3. In September 2014, Christopher Stout was ranked #01 in “Who is Who” in Bushwick Daily by Katie Killary for his work as founder of the 3-year artist lecture and think tank project Bushwick Art Crit Group
  4. In May 2013, Christopher Stout was listed in “12 Artists to Watch” for his presentation during Bushwick Open Studios, written by now Director/Dept. Head, Visual Arts at Brooklyn Academy of Music Holly Shen

Christopher relocated to New York from "the long winding road" of San Francisco in spring of 2007. Previously, Christopher was a provocative and prominent member of San Francisco's creative culture. In addition to his painting, photography, and performance-based art, Christopher was also the Visual Program Director at Blue Room Gallery, one of the city's largest not-for-profit contemporary art spaces.

In addition, Christopher was also a founding member and lead staff writer for San Francisco Art Magazine, where he published editorial/review pieces documenting San Francisco's emerging "New Mission" art scene. His op-ed on the proper artistic response to 9/11 has been republished academically.

Christopher Stout actively donates his art and time to support New York City not-for-profit 501(c)(3) visual arts organizations, including Visual AIDS, Arts in Bushwick, and NutureART. Christopher's modus operandi is, "solidarity for arts, and solidarity with New York artists."

 
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