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Yrneh Gabon Brown is a New Genre/interdisciplinary media artist. His work deals with sustainable environmental issues in a socio-political and historical context. Gabon Brown is an international artist, based in Los Angeles, who illuminates his subject matter through interdisciplinary visual art and activism (performance art).
Yrneh Gabon Brown, born in Kingston, Jamaica, is a professional artist and a returning student and McNair scholar at the University of Southern California’s (USC) Roski School of Fine Arts. Yrneh is a talented multimedia artist, motivational speaker and performing artiste based in Los Angeles, California.
Mini Bio (1) Yrneh Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica as Henry G. Brown. He is an actor, known for Berkeley (2005) and Tender Is the Heart (2001). View agent, publicist, legal and company contact details on IMDbPro
Mar 13, 2015 · Albinism in Tanzania, Jamaica and the USA through the eyes of artist Yrneh Gabon Brown. Catalog for exhibition at the California African American Museum, Los Angeles, California.
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Before Yrneh Gabon Brown graduated with honors two months ago from the USC Roski School of Fine Arts, he traveled to Tanzania, Africa. What Brown found there left him unsettled to his core. Thanks to a McNair Scholars grant, Brown had done research at USC on Tanzanians with albinism, a condition that strikes about one in 3,000 in that country.
Yrneh Gabon Brown, is a Mixed Media Artist and Social Activist. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California, Roski School of Art, BFA (HONS) and Otis College of Arts and Design (MFA final year candidate) and lives in Los Angeles, California.
Aug 08, 2020 · One of the most striking and chilling works in that project was by veteran Jamaican American artist Yrneh Gabon Brown. He directly addressed the murder of Ahmaud Arbery and others in a dramatic installation on his lawn in South Los Angeles.
Jamaican-born visual artist Yrneh Gabon Brown works in a variety of media, including metal, clay, paint, wood, video and performance. His work is informed by his socio-political concerns. These studio visits with Yrneh were conducted and photographed on August 7 and August 20, 2012 by Lili Bernard in Los Angeles, for the curating of BAILA con Duende.
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