Brian Hubble has lived and worked in Brooklyn, New York for over 20 years. He has participated in exhibitions at The Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Naples, Italy; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL; Sculpture Center, Long Island City, NY; Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, NJ; and Lévy Gorvy (now LGDR), New York, NY. His life’s work was realized as an exhibition at The Museum of the Moving Image with I Trusted You: Andy Kaufman on the Edge of Performance, the result of a 16-year study of the life and work of the famed comedian. He has also exhibited at MoMA PS1 in collaboration with The Bruce High Quality Foundation, where he made and gave away postcard size screen printed monochromes from the back of his pickup truck to museum-goers. From 2016-2019, Hubble served as co-founder and director of Unisex Salon, an artist operated gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn, where he mounted a wide range of exhibitions of underrepresented artists. His work has been featured in publications such as Print Magazine, C-Print Journal, and ArtNet. As an editorial artist, his work has been featured in Taschen, The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, The New York Times, M.I.T. Technology Review, Harvard Law Review, and Harper’s Magazine, amongst many others. He holds an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he was the recipient of the William Merchant R. French Fellowship. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University (BFA), Edge Hill University in Liverpool, UK, and The Illustration Academy in Richmond, VA.