Aaron Williams was born and raised in Rhode Island. He holds an undergraduate degree from the Maine College of Art and completed his MFA graduate studies at Rutgers University. Through sculpture, photography and installation, Williams questions commonly held notions of art making as well as the relationship between personal and broadly disseminated imagery.
Solo exhibitions in New York include: Max Protetch Gallery, Baumgartner Gallery and Mulherin + Pollard. His most recent solo project was in 2013 with Lamontagne Gallery in Boston, MA. Williams' work has been featured in several group exhibitions throughout the US, including: Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME; Storefront Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; Garis & Hahn, NY; Memphis Social, Memphis, TN; Hal Bromm Gallery, NY; Howard House, Seattle, WA; Parallel Art Space, Queens, NY and Lu Magnus Gallery, NY. Williams lives and works in Queens, NY.
62 x 40¾ x 20¾ in 157.5 x 103.5 x 52.7 cm
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