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Calendar Book will be on exhibition at Gallerie Lendroit in Rennes, France from January 18 – March 18, 2018. Please, save the date is curated by Marie Boivant. A translated press release is below. For a PDF with images click … Continue reading
The Sky at Moriarty: A collaborative project with Image in Context students at the Lesley University College of Art and Design. By Aaron Krach and Lisa Young
Available on Blurb! The Moriarty Library at the Lesley University College of Art and Design (LUCAD) is sited in a former church. The church has stained glass windows that filter light from the heavens. Through the panes of leaded glass … Continue reading
I’m collecting readings/thoughts/examples of artists’ work for a new course that examines shifts between analog and screen based photographic culture. Lately I’ve been looking at Penelope Umbrico, Dina Kelberman, and Oliver Wasow as practitioners. I love their work and am … Continue reading
My work has been included in the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts 15th Annual Art Auction Curated by Plug Projects. Should be a ton of great work at this venue! 724 South 12th Street, Omhah, NE Saturday, October 15th Find … Continue reading
I am very pleased to have “Gross” selected from the RISD Faculty Biennial for continued display at the President’s House, Rhode Island School of Design, for the 2013-2014 academic year.
When I read the below facebook post by Scott Lapham this morning my heart was filled with joy. Scott is one of the first friends I made in Providence, and I have followed his work, both as an artist, and … Continue reading
The Red Eye Gallery Class The Red Eye Gallery Class I teach is an interdisciplinary course that balances the logistics of curating with critical thinking and analysis. Our second exhibition, SX-70 | Christopher Scholz Photographs |1976 – 1978, has been … Continue reading
Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design/Chace Center February 22- March 17 Opening reception February 21st, 6-8pm If you are in town, I’d love to see you at the opening! Gross, 2013 Using a digital camera, I photographed a … Continue reading
Recently I’ve been reading and viewing “The Free World/Artist Unknown,” a double-sided book featuring the work of John D. Monteith and Oliver Wasow. Monteith presents webcam images grabbed from the stream, frozen, and organized into typological themes. Wasow presents analog … Continue reading
A friend recently snapped this shot in New York and sent it to me as an homage to my piece Beloved Object, Day and Night. The double tree, double trash, and street splatter really make this photograph.