AARON ZIMMERMAN

Momenta Benefit 2010

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I donated my painting “The Humanitarian” to the 2010 Momenta Art Benefit.

It will be on preview display with all the other donated works at Momenta Art in Brooklyn from April 30th- May 22nd, 2010. It will also be on display Wednesday May 26th at White Columns for the raffle and auction.

Many thanks to Benefit Committee member Sara-Jo Romero for asking me to participate.

Here is a link to the invitation which includes a list of all the participating artists.



Masks of God at The 58 Gallery

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My drawing “Exorcism” will be on view at The 58 Gallery in Jersey City, NJ as part of the group show “Masks of God” from October 2nd-31st, 2009.

Many thanks to curators Brenda Buck and Grant Worth for asking me to participate.

For more information click here.



“Create, Present, Preserve” at The Drawing Center

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I will be speaking on a panel titled “Create, Present, Preserve” at The Drawing Center Wednesday March 11th at 6:30 pm.

For more information click here.

Or visit The Drawing Center’s website.



122 for $122 Benefit at PS122 Gallery

I have donated the scratchboard “Lazyboy with Rage” to the “122 for $122 Benefit” being held at PS122 Gallery. It opens December 13, 2008.

Many thanks to Chris Bors for asking me to participate.



Geisai Miami 2008

I’m pleased to announce that I have been invited to participate in The Geisai Miami 2008 Art Fair.

Many, many thanks go out to Matthew Higgs of White Columns, Shamim Momin of The Whitney Museum, Joao Ribas of The Drawing Center, and Bonnie Clearwater of The Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami for selecting me and, of course, to Takashi Murakami for bringing this fair to America one more time.

To see a rundown of the other artists participating go here.



Flashfilm.com Interview

An interview I recently conducted with Japanese art and fashion website flashfilm.com was published September 1st.

To view it go here.



The Drawing Center Viewing Program

I’m pleased to announce that my work has been accepted into The Drawing Center’s online Viewing Program.¬†For more information on the Drawing Center and to see my work go here.

(To access my page you’ll have to use the search engine.)

Special thanks to The Viewing Program’s curator Nina Katchadourian.



Great Moments in WFMU History

WFMU has posted the 2 cards I made for their ‘Great Moments in WFMU History’ Card Set on their blog.

To view the posts click here and here.

Click on the thumbnails below to see better reproductions of the images than the ones WFMU posted.

Special thanks to Jason Murison, Mike Lupica and Liz Berg for their generosity in making this possible.