For 2019 New Member selection and exhibition, AAP is partnering with Transmitter Gallery, a gallery space and collaborative curatorial initiative based out of Brooklyn, New York. 

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Tom is from New Jersey. He received his MFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and his BA from Oberlin College. His work has been exhibited in Boston, New York, and Scotland, and his comics have appeared in Big Red & Shiny, Bloody Horror, and The Crier. He is a co-founder and co-director of Transmitter, and has curated exhibitions at Camel Art Space, Guest Spot @ The Reinstitute, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He lives and works in Philadelphia.



Rob studied painting, sculpture and art history at the Hoge School voor de Kunsten in Amsterdam and SUNY Purchase, NY. He has shown in the US and abroad, notably at: Galerie Gourvennec Ogor in Marseille, France, Storefront Bushwick in Brooklyn, NY, McKenzie Fine Art in New York, NY, BRIC in Brooklyn, NY, Galerie van den Berge in Goes, NL, Museum de Lakenhal in Leiden, NL, Pentimenti in Philadelphia, PA, DM Contemporary, NY, and has participated in several art fairs in the US and Europe. de Oude has been featured a.o. in the NY Post, L Magazine, Artnet Magazine, NYArts Magazine, The New Criterion, Brooklyn Magazine, Bushwick Daily, ARTNews. He has his studio in Brooklyn, NY, and is founding member and co-director of Transmitter, NY.



Kate received her BA in Fine Art and Art History from Georgetown University, and her MFA in Photography, Video and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She has curated several exhibitions at the Wild Project in New York City and was included in Young Curators, New Ideas III at PPOW Gallery. Exhibitions include Beyond the Barrier at the Camera Club of New York and Lightplay at Gallery 21 in Moscow, Russia. She has been a visiting professor at Parsons The New School for Design and Bard College and teaches a professional practices workshop at SVA. She has done public relations for artists, galleries, and publishers since 2005 and is currently the Publicity Director at Phaidon. In 2017 she joined Transmitter Gallery in Brooklyn as a co-director.




Kirk was raised in Oregon. In 2004 he earned an MFA from UC Berkeley and has had solo shows in San Francisco, New York City, and Berlin. In addition, Stoller has been awarded residencies at the MacDowell Colony, the Edward Albee Art Residency, the Marie Walsh Sharpe Studio Space Program (now Sharpe Walentas Studio Program), and Yaddo to name a few. He is the proprietor of c2c Project Space which installs shows in West Coast and East coast locations. His work is represented by Romer Young Gallery in San Francisco and he maintains a studio practice in both SF and NYC.



Jen, born 1988 in New Jersey, is a Brooklyn-based artist and curator. She received her BFA in Painting & Drawing from SUNY Purchase College in 2011, and has attended residencies at the Vermont Studio Center and Studio Kura, Itoshima, Japan. Her work is represented by PROTO Gallery in New Jersey where she had a solo show in 2018. She joined Transmitter as a director in 2015. Previously she co-directed Associated and founded WEEKNIGHTS in Brooklyn, managed Pierogi Gallery, and currently manages Century Pictures.



Carl is an Adjunct Faculty member at Nassau Community College and Montclair State University. He received his M.F.A. from Yale University and B.F.A. from Fordham University. Carl’s work has exhibited at Photoville, Spring Break Art Show, the Center for Photography at Woodstock, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Modern Art, the Foto Galería FCE-UNC, Córdoba, Argentina, as well as shows in England, Russia, Sweden, Netherlands, Iceland, Finland and New Zealand. His pictures have been featured in Vice, The New York Times and Maximum Rocknroll. He has had monographs published by Halfmoon Press and Arts & Sciences Press. He is a co-founder and director of Transmitter Gallery. He is codirector of Waal-boght Press. Carl has recently been working on a project on men that includes professional wrestling, punk rock and Downtown Brooklyn.