We are thrilled about The Beautiful Brain exhibition now open at NYU’s Grey Gallery through March 31 (and more exhibitions to come after that). It’s the first-ever appearance of many of Cajal’s most notable drawings of the nervous...
Category - Galleries
Inside their intricate worlds, Megan McGlynn's sculptures hint at the complexity, functionality, and organizational principles of minds.
"Subjective Resonance Imaging" was an international group gallery show co-organized by The Beautiful Brain and The Neuro Bureau for the 2013 Human Brain Mapping conference in Seattle, June 16-20, 2013, featuring the work of 12 artists.
A new gallery show in Oxford presents the work of artists affected by neurological conditions, and contemporary art inspired by discoveries in neuroscience. We interviewed the three co-curators of the show about issues in art and neuroscience.
Greg Dunn is a visual artist and has a Ph.D in neuroscience from the University of Pennsylvania. It's not so easy to tell at first glance whether Dunn is painting a branching pattern of a plant or that of a neuron. But maybe that's the point.
Elizabeth Jameson found her art when her own brain lost one of its most basic functions. We are proud to feature an online gallery of some of her brand new works.