Presented in two compelling parts, Bronx Calling: The Sixth AIM Biennial showcases the work of 53 emerging artists who completed The Bronx Museum’s annual Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Fellowship program in 2020, 2021, 2022, or 2023.

On View:
April 12 – June 16, 2024

Exhibition Opening Party:
Friday, April 12 from 7 to 9PM

Please join us on August 31 at 6.30pm at Center for Book Arts for an in-person event in conjunction with the exhibition Visual Volumes: Contemporary Explorations in Book Arts with Roni Aviv, Rodrigo Moreira, and Vanessa Sandoval, 2022 Workspace Artists-in-Residence at CBA to hear about their artistic practice as well as their experience at CBA.

more information and registration here 

New Exhibitions 

Center for Book Arts is thrilled to present two new exhibitionsVisual Volumes: Contemporary Explorations in Book Arts featuring works by 2021 and 2022 Artists-in-Residence: Roni Aviv, Tsohil Bhatia, Sarah Moody, Rodrigo Moreira, Vanessa Sandoval and Gwen Smith, and Kumi Korf: A World of Her Own curated by Catherine Alice.

This event takes place in-person at Center for Book Arts (28 W 27th St, 3rd Fl) on Thursday, July 13, 2023 from 6:00–8pm.

A Temporary Weight - April 20th - August 20th 

May 18th official opening. More Information here  

Real Art Ways, Hartford, CT

"Real Art Ways presents a solo exhibition by Roni Aviv. Curated by Cody Boyce.

Aviv stages and photographs flat surfaces to comment on the opacity and invisibility of experiences in everyday life. She traces, erases, attaches and spills, pointing to material metaphors that address the difficulties of literal expression. Through her work, Aviv navigates the gaps between experience, language and image. Words become part of a larger story, where the paper’s surface is as important as the letterforms atop it. A motif of floods and minor aftermaths is woven throughout the exhibition, with paper holding the weight of the words mixed with water and ink."

Happy to announce I am one of the 2023 Artist-in-Marketplace Bronx Museum fellows

Here is the official announcement from the museum: 

We are pleased to announce our 2023 AIM Fellows!

Sydney Abady, Mickey Aloisio, Roni Aviv, Walter Cruz, Maya Jeffereis, Dario Mohr, Ami Park,
María Elena Pombo, Amina Ross, Jonathan Sanchez Noa, Coral Saucedo, Daniel Shieh, Misra Walker, Huidi Xiang.

Since 1980, the Bronx Museum’s AIM Fellowship has engaged two generations of artists by offering access to robust career management resources. Selected artists are provided insight into the mechanics of the art world through a comprehensive curriculum addressing the practicalities of sustaining a creative career. We look forward to working with AIM 43 over the next year!