Washington Post Review of "Cabbage" at VisArts
February 22 - March 18
Moon Gallery, Berry College
A Social Practice is a two-person exhibition that features paintings by Donna Woodley that address themes of social justice and prints by Noah Breuer that encourage a spirit of collaboration and community building.
I received the Material Exploration Award from the Surface Design Association for my work in their exhibition, Devotion: Sewing the Sacred. The Surface Design Association also featured my work in their Fall 2020 Journal.
CFPR Seminar – 3 – 4 pm,
Wednesday, 21st of October 2020
ARTIST TO ARTIST: GRAYSON COX & NOAH BREUER
The Schneider Museum of Art presents artists Grayson Cox (2020 VAST resident), and artist Noah Breuer in conversation. This presentation was originally presented and recorded via Zoom on June 19, 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic.
January 13th - February 2nd, 2020
Eichold Gallery, Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin Street,
As an Artist in Residence, I spent 8-weeks at Bullseye Projects in Emeryville, CA
Click the photo to see the objects and process photographs from my time there.
June 7 - July 27, 2019
Spudnik Press Cooperative
1821 West Hubbard
December 3rd 2019 - January 31th 2020
Hoover Public Library Galleries
June 19 – July 19, 2018
538 Congress Street
The show’s title, Bohemian Showroom, alludes to the retail-style display that Noah has created in the SPACE Gallery windows. In the works on view, Noah sampled from CB&S swatches and designs from the 1910s-30s and resurrected them using cyanotype and other UV-reactive fabric dye processes. In creating a window display for this work, Noah imagines a modern branch of his family’s company in Maine.
Artists participating in Discursive will mark the closing of the exhibition and launch of a related publication by convening a conversation with the public about concerns related to their work. In this open forum, exhibiting artists and special guests will seed conversation in ways that examine work, related fields, and the things that found individual practices. Following this event, visiting professor Noah Breuer will facilitate a printmaking workshop related to his work.
February 2 – February 25, 2018
Left Field Gallery
1242 Monterey St.
San Luis Obispo, CA
The show’s title, Lucerna, is the Czech word for “Lantern” and it also refers to a branded line of table linens that the CB&S factory produced between 1910 and 1935. Engaging with the small handful of objects that survive from a business that was operated for over fifty years by multiple generations of family members, Noah confronts his limited access to his family’s history. The work of research can be likened to holding a lantern over a forgotten relic in a dark attic: a light with short range shows some details clearly, but it fades at the edges and can only allude to a complete form.
My new artist's book, Team Set will make it's debut at the Small Editions booth at the Bushwick Art Book and Zine Fair July 10th-12th. Details below.
Hours: Saturday and Sunday 1 – 7pm
260 Johnson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206
A two-person pop-up show at the Gowanus Studio Space featuring work by Noah Breuer and Ben Garthus.
Opening Reception: Friday, May 30, 2014 6pm - 9pm
Gallery Hours: May 31st - June 1st, 1-6pm
Community Potluck: June 1st, 6pm
Gowanus Studio Space
166 7th Street (b/w 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
New Prints 2013 / Autumn
Opening: Thursday, November 7th, 6-8pm
This Cyanotype / Screen-print collage titled, Over Nevada is included in the exhibition.
International Print Center New York
508 West 26th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY