Saul Aaron Appelbaum was born in 1977. He has a High School Diploma from the Fort Hayes High School for Visual Art; a Bachelor of Fine Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago; a Master of Architecture from Cornell University; and a Master of Fine Art from the University of Chicago. He was a studio assistant for Ann Hamilton Studio, and a Curatorial and Research Assistant to the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Columbus Museum of Art. As an Independent Curator, he organized Working Frameworks, a tri-state multi-site-specific exhibition for sixty-two artists and designers. He worked at Kohn, Pedersen, Fox, and Associates in New York on a master plan for the Central Business District in Beijing, China. Since 2008 he managed and developed web architectures for artists, art organizations, and businesses. In 2012 he and Adam Katz founded Vera Maurina Press to produce chapbooks that center on communication networks, poetics, and painting. Now he operates Vera Maurina Press as an art studio focusing on interiors, exteriority, and collaborative work. Currently he teaches architecture|design|art at Chulalongkorn University in the International Program in Design + Architecture, Bangkok, Thailand.
Personal Site: www.veramaurinapress.org
Contact: saul [at] cuinda [.] com