Michael Ajerman is an American Artist who studied at the Corcoran School of Art, New York Studio School, and the Yale Summer School at Norfolk. In 2003, he completed a Masters Degree at the Slade School of Art in London.
Michael has had solo exhibitions in the USA, UK, Italy, and Israel including the Diane Rosenstein Gallery in Los Angeles, California; Transition Gallery in London (2010 and 2013); HemingwayArt in Oxford (2011 and 2017); MARCOROSSI artecontemporanea in Italy (2012); the Toomey-Tourell Gallery, San Francisco (2010); and the Jerwood Project Space, London (2009).
Selected group exhibitions include Contemporary Drawing from Britain at the Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, China; East Wing Collection 8 at the Courtauld Galleries, London; and Bomberg’s Relevance at the Ben Uri Gallery. He has written articles for Garageland Magazine, published by the Transition Gallery, covering a vast array of topics from the author Chuck Palahniuk, photographer Esther Friedman and Iggy Pop, Akira Kurosawa, Lucian Freud, and the artists of the Colony Room.
Michael received the Royal Academy’s British Institute Award in 2003. He is the first recipient of the UCLA’s Kitaj Research Fellowship. He lives and works in London.