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Malcolm Brown was born and lived in Brighton, UK until he was 18.

He is now based in Toronto, Canada.

Brown’s paintings, photographs and installations have been exhibited throughout Toronto at a number of galleries including: MOCCA [Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art], Harbourfront, The Spoke Club, Za Za Gallery, Spin Gallery, The Drake Hotel, The Gladstone Hotel, DeLeon White Gallery, Idée Gallery, Diesel Fitness Gallery, Gallery 11-7, Angel Gallery, The Sister, Poor John’s, Peter Pan, The Rivoli, Lot 16, Lolita’s Lust, Ballroom 99, The New Avec, Gallery Trixie, Tomi-Kro and F&L Gallery.


His work is in over 135 private collections and he was the first artist to hang in The Drake Hotel [rear of lobby] Our Logo / Our Town when The Drake opened in 2004. The Drake Hotel established itself as an ARTS-infatuated hospitality brand, and a local cultural community centre; more than a place to eat, drink, sleep and shop – a ‘Hotbed for Culture’ that spearheaded a major resurgence of the Toronto art world in the mid-2000’s.

The Drake

“The Drake is the nerve center of the Toronto Art world.”

– New York Times Style Magazine



CB2: Best Painters In Canada



Carte Blanche / Vol. 2: CB2

CB2 cover  ↓  painting on the right page ↓


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