Zachary Keeting


Born in Germany (1973), Zachary Keeting lives and works in New Haven, Connecticut. He received his BFA from Alfred University in 1995, and his MFA from Boston University in 1998. He has shown his work in group and solo exhibitions nationally (New York, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Boston) and internationally (Ottawa and Dusseldorf). Keeting has participated in numerous residency programs including Yaddo, The Millay Colony, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and The Santa Fe Art Institute. He was the recipient of The Connecticut Office of the Arts Fellowship in 2012, and an Amici Scholarship in 2006. He is represented by Giampietro Gallery. He has been reviewed in Art in America and other online publications. He co-founded Gorky’s Granddaughter (an interview project) in 2010 with Christopher Joy. He co-founded Improvised Showboat (a curatorial endeavour) in 2014 with Loren Britton. He currently teaches painting at The Educational Center for the Arts.