Aaron Rose

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Aaron Rose is a film director, art show curator and writer who is a key part of the Beautiful Losers art movement, which has featured and helped notarize the work of artists such as Barry McGee, Steven "Espo" Powers, Harmony Korine and Shepard Fairey.[1] In 2005, he published with Drago Young Sleek and Full of Hell [2], where he collects over 100 artists including Mark Gonzales, Ed Templeton, Thomas Campbell, Phil Frost, Spike Jonze, Sofia Coppola, Sonic Youth, Terry Richardson. He was co-curator of the Beautiful Losers touring art exhibit[3], and edited the collected art book[4]—released by Iconoclast and Distributed Art Publishers in 2004—featuring the work and artists of the tour. The exhibition toured the world through 2009[5]. He is also the director of the documentary film Beautiful Losers, which began its US theatrical run in 2008.
He was the owner and director of Alleged Gallery in New York City and created Alleged Press, which has released books featuring the art of Ari Marcopoulos, Ed Templeton, Mike Mills, Barry McGee and Chris Johanson[6]. He is also co-editor of ANP Quarterly[7].
Rose's latest venture is a documentary called Become a Microscope - 90 Statements on Sister Corita, a short film with music by Money Mark and Becky Stark. The 22 minute film tells the story of Sister Mary Corita, the California nun who was also a political artist.
Rose is signed as a director with the Los Angeles company The Directors Bureau which also represents Mike Mills and Sofia Coppola.[8]
In 2009, he was hired by Wieden+Kennedy to help create WKE (WKEntertainment), a content-driven entertainment channel and production house[9]. At WKE, Rose is the producer of numerous television projects including Califunya, D.I.Y. America, and Don’t Move Here, which he also directs.

Aaron Rose is a film director, art show curator and writer who is a key part of the Beautiful Losers art movement, which has featured and helped notarize the work of artists such as Barry McGee, Steven "Espo" Powers, Harmony Korine and Shepard Fairey.[1] In 2005, he published with Drago Young Sleek and Full of Hell [2], where he collects over 100 artists including Mark Gonzales, Ed Templeton, Thomas Campbell, Phil Frost, Spike Jonze, Sofia Coppola, Sonic Youth, Terry Richardson. He was co-curator of the Beautiful Losers touring art exhibit[3], and edited the collected art book[4]—released by Iconoclast and Distributed Art Publishers in 2004—featuring the work and artists of the tour. The exhibition toured the world through 2009[5]. He is also the director of the documentary film Beautiful Losers, which began its US theatrical run in 2008.
He was the owner and director of Alleged Gallery in New York City and created Alleged Press, which has released books featuring the art of Ari Marcopoulos, Ed Templeton, Mike Mills, Barry McGee and Chris Johanson[6]. He is also co-editor of ANP Quarterly[7].
Rose's latest venture is a documentary called Become a Microscope - 90 Statements on Sister Corita, a short film with music by Money Mark and Becky Stark. The 22 minute film tells the story of Sister Mary Corita, the California nun who was also a political artist.
Rose is signed as a director with the Los Angeles company The Directors Bureau which also represents Mike Mills and Sofia Coppola.[8]
In 2009, he was hired by Wieden+Kennedy to help create WKE (WKEntertainment), a content-driven entertainment channel and production house[9]. At WKE, Rose is the producer of numerous television projects including Califunya, D.I.Y. America, and Don’t Move Here, which he also directs.

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