Marco Kane Braunschweiler is an artist, and publisher, based in Los Angeles. He primarily works in video and is interested in love, everyday life, and death.
From 2007-2011 he directed Golden Age, an artist-book store and project space in Chicago. He has presented programs at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and the Art Institute of Chicago among others. He has a radio show, Marco’s Island, currently on NTS Radio.
He has exhibited at Human Resources, Los Angeles; the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia; The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and the Swiss Institute, New York; among others. His work has been written about in Hyperallergic, and published in the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.
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Marco Kane Braunschweiler
Peer Review: Nora Khan interviews Marco Kane Braunschweiler, The Creative Independent
32 Artists Consider the Privileges and Burdens of American Citizenship, Hyunjee Nicole Kim, Hyperallergic
Notes on Rhetoric: Four Sides of an Argument, Ayesha B. Jones
Oh, yeah, look at the time., Zachary Kaplan
Marco Braunschweiler // Document, Hiba Ali