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Dave Zackin studied film and animation at the Rhode Island School of Design. His short film, Tunanooda, screened in over eighty film festivals including New Directors, New Films at Lincoln Center and the Kodak New Filmmakers' Showcase at Cannes, and won awards at the Student Emmies and the Palm Springs International Film Festival. Zackin's work has been featured in Chronicle Books' The Where, They Why, and The How, and in Time Out New York Magazine. He is the designer of the now ubiquitous City of New York Public Space Recycling Bins as well as numerous posters, stickers, and public health materials for the City of New York.
Zackin's ceramic vessels are depicting old men are often carved from bowls thrown and discarded by other ceramists. He enjoys finding things on the street and putting them in his house.
September 2017 - solo show - Things With Faces at BKLYN Clay, Brooklyn NY
January 2017 - group show - Crafting Resistance at Greenwich House Pottery, New York NY
September 2016 - solo show - Mostly Old Men at BKLYN Clay, Brooklyn NY
September 2016 - group show - Northeast Ceramic Sculpture Exhibition, Art Centro, Poughkeepsie NY
November 2015 - group show - Yourself, Local Project Space Gallery, Brooklyn NY
October 2015 - group show - A Show of Heads, Limner Gallery, Hudson NY
May 2015 - group show - Glazed and Confused, Guilty Pleasures Gallery, Brooklyn NY
Things for Sale
Zackin's work is sold primarily at annual sales in Brooklyn, NY. If you are interested in purchasing a sculpture featured on this site, please use the contact for or write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Most pieces are pretty cheap.