Brea Weinreb

Brea Saladino Weinreb is an American painter; born in Long Island, New York, Brea’s work explores themes relating to community and belonging. Several of her pieces draw from Pride celebrations on Gay Beach in San Francisco, and thus display her interpretation of public performances of gender and sexuality. Weinreb holds a Dual BA in Art Practice and English from the University of California, Berkeley from 2016. In 2021, she was named an Alternative Candidate for a Fulbright Arts Research grant to study painting in Berlin, Germany. Weinreb currently lives between Los Angeles, CA and Albuquerque, NM and has international upcoming exhibitions, including group exhibitions with Steven Zevitas Gallery (Boston, MA). 
Solo exhibitions include Taymour Grahne Projects , London, UK (2022); When you lay your body on mine, CounterPulse, San Francisco, CA, USA (2019); Cosmologies of care, Merced College Art Gallery, Merced, CA, USA (2018). 
Group exhibitions include Women of Now: Dialogues of Memory, Place & Identity, Green Family Art Foundation, Dallas, TX, USA (2022); Intimacy, Taymour Grahne Projects - London, UK (2022); Steven Zevitas Gallery - Boston, MA, USA (2022); Kristin Hjellegjerde Schloss Goerne - Berlin, Germany (2022); It’s Much Louder Than Before, Anat Ebgi Gallery - Los Angeles, CA, USA (2021); Interconnected, John Wolf Art Advisory & Brokerage - Los Angeles, CA, USA (2021); Good Bones, I Like Your Work Podcast Spring 2021 Group Online Exhibition and Catalog (2021); THIS MUST BE THE PLACE: SoEx's Digital Benefit Art Auction, Southern Exposure - San Francisco, CA, USA (2020); Introductions, Root Division - San Francisco, CA, USA (2019); Queer Eyes, Office of Senator Scott Weiner - San Francisco, CA, USA (2019); 6th Annual Juried Show, Piedmont Center for the Arts - Piedmont, CA, USA  (2019); Healdsburg Center for the Arts - Healdsburg, CA, USA (2018); SPECTRUM: Exploring Gender Identification, MCLA Gallery 51 - North Adams, MA, USA (2018); Conceal/Reveal, CANO - Oneonta, NY, USA (2018); Generation: UC Berkeley Art Alumni Exhibition, Worth Ryder Gallery, Berkeley, CA, USA (2018). 
Highlights and Collections
Weinreb’s work can be found in international private and public collections, including Green Family Art Foundation (Dallas, Texas).