Brion Nuda Rosch (b. 1976, Chicago) is an artist and curator living and working in San Francisco. He is the Studio Program Director of Minnesota Street Project. His work has most recently been exhibited at Halsey McKay, East Hampton, NY; ACME., Los Angeles; DCKT Contemporary, New York; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; and The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center. Recent curatorial efforts include OK GREAT THANKS THIS IS SO RIDICULOUS, at ACME. and DCKT. He has also organized exhibitions and projects for SFMOMA’s Open Space, Adobe Books, as well as his residential gallery, Hallway Projects, and One-Day Residency Program. Rosch is a current resident at UC Berkeley’s Ceramics Department. A recent SFMOMA SECA Finalist, in 2009, Rosch is represented by ACME., Los Angeles.