Aimee Hertog, originally from Denver, Colorado, received her B.A. from Bennington College and her MFA at Montclair State University. She works with painting, photography and sculptural installation. She has been in several exhibitions in the New York City area including two one-person shows with Chashama. In 2011, Aimee won Best in Show at Wide Open 2 at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, chosen by Guggenheim curator Nat Trotman. In addition to the earlier New York Times article, in 2014 her art was featured in the Huffington Post and the Star Ledger. Hertog is also a curator. She curated group shows in Brooklyn - Captured Transience at the Trestle Gallery in 2012 and Toxicity at the Williamsburg Art and Historical Center in 2013. She also curated Layers at City Without Walls and the Grotesque Taxidermy of the Feminine Mystique at the Governor’s Island Art Fair, both in 2014.