Trix Rosen

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Photographer Trix Rosen, born in 1947 in Brooklyn, New York, is based in the New York area. She is a graduate of New York University. Rosen has exhibited extensively in group shows including the Hebrew Union College Museum in New York NY, The Reece Museum in Johnson City TN, the Sherwin Miller Museum in Tulsa OK and the George Segal Gallery in Montclair NJ. Selected group exhibitions include

“Voices: An Artist’s Perspective” April 2 – April 30 2015, at the National Association of Women Artists (NAWA) in New York NY, “OUT and OUT ” January 6 2015 – January 31 2015, at the Ceres Gallery, New York NY, “The FL3TCH3R Exhibit – Social and Politically Engaged Art” October 15 – December 8 2014, at the Reece Museum, Johnson City TN, “Breaking through Tradition” April 3 – May 3 2014, at the Pierro Gallery, South Orange NJ, “THE SEXUALITY SPECTRUM” December 13, 2013 – March 20 2014, at the Sherwin Miller Museum, Tulsa OK, and Sept 6 – June 30 2013 at the Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion Museum, New York NY, “WOMEN + BODY” October 13 – November 6 2012, at the Kepco Gallery Museum, Seoul Korea.

The scope of her art is driven by a desire to make a difference through addressing social justice issues that can transform local and global perspectives. Much of her work challenges the viewer to explore how we perceive masculinity, sexuality and gender ambiguity.


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  1. […] 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”. […]


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