|About||OUTLET is a Brooklyn based gallery dedicated to producing innovative art exhibitions, performances, lectures, readings, and workshops, locally and abroad.|
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 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 Fine Art. 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.
JASON ANDREW is a Brooklyn based independent curator and producer. A prominent figure in the Bushwick art scene since 2006, Mr. Andrew is the founding director of Norte Maar. In 2010, he and the artist Deborah Brown opened Storefront. For his curatorial projects Mr. Andrew was voted Best Exhibitionist by the Village Voice, and was a feature in L Magazine’s Who Made the New Brooklyn. His exhibitions have been critically reviewed by Artforum, Art in America, and The New York Times among others. Recent curatorial project include, To be a Lady, featuring an international selection of historic, mid-career, and emerging women artists and is currently on view at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery, Singapore, during the Singapore Biennale (2013).
JULIAN A. JIMAREZ HOWARD, often the wearer of many hats, is a curator, educator, artist, entrepreneur, and art advisor, though not always in that order. He has lectured about curatorial practice and the art market at institutions such as Pratt, Brown University, and Sotheby’s Institute of Art and was NURTUREart’s 2012/2013 Project Curate Educator at Juan Morel Campos Secondary School in Brooklyn. His exhibitions have been featured in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Hyperalle