Ceres Gallery New York presents OUT and OUT, a group exhibition that explores individual and communal identity transfigured within the framework of public and private spaces.
JANUARY 6 – JANUARY 31, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 8, 2015 6 – 8 pm
Trix Rosen’s five evocative photographs examine individual identity and gender ambiguity pressing beyond the public and private parameters of self-liberation. In the portrait ‘CHANGED LANDSCAPES’, (image left) Rosen expands the convergence of unconfined boundaries querying “what should be made public and what should remain private”.
In her photograph,‘RAVAGED,’ (image left) Rosen explores the plausibility of male and female transposition within the home environment. Her work elegantly exposes her subject’s transformations into self-validating portraits of alternate selves. What haunts Rosen is “finding the essence of a visible and invisible timeline; finding the quintessential moment that can be revealed in the stillness of a portrait, or in the melding of male and female imagery.” Pauline Chernichaw, Curator