Born 1972, Dallas, TX
Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY
B.F.A., School of Visual Arts, 1990-1994
Liner Notes, R Jampol Projects, New York, NY
Brian Adam Douglas: How to Disappear Completely, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
Due Date, Black Rat Projects, London, England
Due Date, Warrington Museum, Warrington, England
O’ Wise King How Long Will You Last, Project Room – Leonard Street Gallery, London, England
World Made By Hand, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
Anthems for the Mother Earth Goddess, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
Seven Deadly Sins: Wrath –Force of Nature, Wave Hill, Bronx, NY
Storytellers, Snow Contemporary, Tokyo, Japan
Purple States, Andrew Edlin Gallery, New York, NY
RE:DEFINE Benefit Exhibition, curated by The Future Tense, The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, TX
Shred, Perry Rubenstein, New York, NY
Dead Letter Playground, Leo Kesting, New York, NY
Limited Run 3, Open Space Beacon, Beacon, NY
(R)Evolution of Urban Art, Warrington Museum and Art Gallery, Warrington, England
The Thousands, Village Underground , London, England
Represent, Blackall Studios , London, England
Beach Blanket Bingo – A Summer Mixer, Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York, NY
Ways of Seeing, with Matt Small and Swoon, The Black Rat Press
From the Streets of Brooklyn, Thinkspace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Mostly Memory, New Works from Armsrock and ELBOW-TOE, Thinkspace Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
White Noise, Black Rat Press, London, England
Poets of the Paste, Ad-Hoc Arts, Brooklyn, NY
The Stencil Show, Open Space Beacon, Beacon, NY
Electric Windows, Open Space Beacon, Beacon, NY
Pop Subversion, Ad-Hoc Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Run to the Hills, Andenken Gallery, Denver, CO
Behind the Seen, Ad-Hoc Arts, Brooklyn, NY
Found, Leonard Street Gallery, London, England
Eleven, Leonard Street Gallery, London, England
Wooster on Spring, 11 Spring Street, New York, NY
SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Thomas J. Watson Library, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
Victoria and Albert Print Collection, London, England
Warrington Museum of Art, Warrington, England
Vartanian, Hrag, Liner Notes, New York: R Jampol Projects.
Farquharson, Rachael, Marc and Sara Schiller, Hrag Vartanian, Brian Adam Douglas: Paper Cuts, New York: Drago.
McCormick, Carlo. Trespass: A HIstory of Uncommissioned Urban Art. New York: Taschen.
Nguyen, Patrick. Beyond the Street. New York: Gestalten.
Rojo, Jaime and Steve Harrington. Street Art New York. New York: Prestel.
Johnson, Ken. "Brian Adam Douglas: ‘How to Disappear Completely’." New York Times, September 26.
Steinhauer, Jillian. "A Long Short List of Gallery Shows to See This Fall." Hyperallergic. September 13.
Vartanian, Hrag. "Visions of the World in Pieces." Hyperallergic. October 25.
Snelle, Mike, “Brian Adam Douglas,” Juxtapoz, June.
Gleadell, Colin, “China Overtakes Britain in Global Art Market,” The Telegraph, March 14.
Harrington, Steven and Jaime Rojo, “Brian Adam Douglas Ready for Warrington Museum ‘Due Date,’” Huffington Post, December 1.
Very Nearly Almost Magazine Issue 13.
Paper Magazine, "The Last Word", Sept.
Indrisek, Scott, “Shred,” Modern Painers, August.
Shoe, Gary, "5 Minutes with Elbow-Toe," Rooms: Art Uncovered.
“Children's Books Come to Life on the City's Streets," Good Magazine Wooster Collective Blog.
"Interview: Elbow-Toe Hits Up Streets of London," Arrested Motion.
Russell, Ken, “Pop In to a Pop Up Bookstore,” The Times.
The Thousands published by Drago.
Untitled II: The Beautiful Renaissance published by Pro-actif Communications.
"Interview with ELBOW-TOE," Do IT MTV Brasil.
Street Art - Part 1(New York through the eyes of Elbow-Toe), BBC World.
Untitled: Street Art in the Counter Culture published by Pro-actif.
Communications "Elbow-Toe – Street Art and Studio Work," Jet Set Graffiti.
“Q&A W/ ELBOW-TOE,” my love for you is a stampede of horses NY Arts.
Magazine, “Voices,” March/April.