Two exhibitions will feature Trix Rosen’s artworks.
KINDRED: CELEBRATING OUR ANCESTORS
Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, MD
August 11 2017- January 28 2018
“Pillow for My Grandfather.” 2017
16H x 24W inches, 2017
Printed image on 100% Cotton Twill Fabric on front, canvas backing, hand-made
My grandfather Michel Leib was murdered on his way to Amrerica. This pillow brings my grandfather’s uncompleted journey to the home he dreamed of for his family, and gives me, his granddaughter, a place to rest my head.
Hebrew Union College Museum -HUC College of Religion, New York, NY
Sept 2017-June 2018
“Walking on Broken Glass.” 2017
17H x22 W inches, Collage on Cotton Rag Paper, Colored Paper, Emery Board, Sandpaper, Pencils, Cotton Ball Fibers, Matte Medium
Homes are often the place of terrible pain and violence.
Trix Rosen’s work can be found in many collections, including the Library of Congress and the Smithsonian Museum. In 2016 she was invited to submit her original slide show “MAITRESSE,” along with two photographs for the exhibition catalog, to the Museum of Modern Art’s exhibition, “CLUB 57: Film, Performance and Art in the East Village, 1978-1983,” opening October 2017- April 2018. In 2015 she was invited to submit eight photographs from her HE-SHE Portfolio for the 5th THESSALONIKI BIENNALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART, Main Program, “IDENT-ALTER-ITY, BUT STILL IN ONE PIECE” exhibition in Thessaloniki, Greece.
In the last six years her photographs have been represented in over 50 exhibitions in galleries and in museums including the Ceres Gallery and Hebrew Union College Museum in New York City; the Sherwin Miller Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma; the Reece Museum in Johnson City, Tennessee; New Jersey’s George Segal Gallery in Montclair and Pierro Gallery in South Orange; and the Kepco Gallery Museum in Seoul, South Korea.