Aaron Michael Skolnick

Education: B.F.A University of Kentucky, 2012



Selected Solo Exhibitions:


Pick Me Up and Turn Me Round’, Institute 193, Lexington, KY


Kardashians, Land of Tomorrow, Saint Louis, MO

The Gay Show, Land of Tomorrow, Lexington KY


Cowboys, Land Of Tomorrow, Lexington, KY


Selected Group Exhibitions:



Something, Curated by Noah Becker, Berry Campbell Gallery, New York, NY



Peoples Portal, UK Art Museum (Pop-Up Exhibition), Lexington, KY

Surface Tension, New Baroque, Lexington, KY

COLORS, Louis B. James Gallery, New York, NY

60 Americans (Curated by Noah Becker, Terrence Sanders, and Alexander Venet), Elga Wimmer PCC, New York, NY

Constructed Histories (Curated by William Morrow), David B. Smith Gallery, Denver, CO
Ducks (Curated by Ryan Travis Christian), Minotaur Projects, Los Angeles, CA


Live Amateurs, Mint Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia


Currents (Curated by Louis Zoellar Bickett), Loudon House, Lexington, KY

Wayward Bound, RARE Gallery, New York, NY

Face Time, The Portrait in Contemporary Art (Curated by Jay Jordan), 849 Gallery Kentucky School of Art, Louisville, Kentucky


Conditional Reality, Griffins’ Modern Motel Lexington Kentucky


Summer Heat, Land of Tomorrow, Louisville, Kentucky


Jim Gray Mayoral Race Art Fundraiser, Land of Tomorrow, Lexington, Kentucky



Selected Curatorial Projects:

We’ll Wear A Jolly Crown, Speed Museum, Louisville, Kentucky ,2013-2014

Wayward Bound, RARE Gallery, New York, New York, 2013

Visually Sound, Land of Tomorrow, Louisville, Kentucky, 2013

Conditional Reality, Griffins’ Modern Motel, Lexington, Kentucky, 2012



Speed Museum (Local Speed), 2014

University of Kentucky, 2014


Selected Collections:

University of Kentucky Art Museum

Ambassador Matthew Barzun

Mayor Jim Gray



Theophilia Joan Oexmann Original Art Award, University of Kentucky, 2012

Merit Award of Excellence, University of Kentucky, 2012


Selected Media:



At David B. Smith, upping the game for contemporary art in Denver: http://www.denverpost.com/entertainment/ci_27605732/david-b-smith-gallery-hosts-impressive-contemporary-show

Lexington Artist’s work re-examines Kennedy’s Legacy:http://www.kentucky.com/2013/11/21/2945412/lexington-artists-work-re-examines.html

Pinned Up: New Directions for Lexington’s Oldest Visual Arts Organization:http://burnaway.org/pinned-new-directions-lexingtons-oldest-visual-arts-organization/

Interview with Institute 193:http://blog.institute193.org/blog/?p=2080

Review: Wayward Bound at RARE Gallery, New York:http://burnaway.org/review-wayward-bound-at-rare-gallery-new-york/

Aeqai, Visually Sound at LOT Is Virtually Flawless, May 2013 http://aeqai.com/main/2013/05/visually-sound-at-lot-louisville-is-virtually-flawless/