Zach Storm

Raleigh, NC


Zach Storm was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He received his BFA from the Corcoran College of Art+Design in Washington, DC in 2005 where he studied with Doug Lang, Janis Goodman and James Rieck and showed with Conner Contemporary and Transformer Gallery. He continued his pursuit of painting and earned his Masters degree at the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2012. He has had solo shows in Los Angeles at Odd Ark Gallery and AALA and in New York City at Johannes Vogt Gallery. Storm's artwork has been included in group exhibitions in galleries throughout the United States, Europe and Japan, most recently in the show, “Neo-Psychedelia” at Contemporary Art Museum, Raleigh.

Coming from Los Angeles, Storm's work is heavily influenced by the transcendental painters of the southwest and the work of Ken Price, Lari Pittman and Jack Goldstein. Storm’s recent work imagines landscapes in an “afterfuture” in which spaces for contemplation, creation and communication have to be innovated in the ruins of the past.


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