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Gregg Rosen’s work is currently on exhibit at City Without Walls’ Metro 28 Show. Metro 28 is on display through February 17, 2012 at cWOW, located at 6 Crawford Street in Newark, New Jersey. Juried by Kalia Brooks (MoCADA), Yaelle Amir (NYU) and Jenn Hampton (Parlor Gallery). Show dates and location: November 17, 2011 –
Gregg Rosen recently had at exhibit at S.H.E. Gallery, entitled Boonton Bauhaus, featuring Gregg’s work and that of Harriet Finck. Gregg connected with his talent as an artist at age five, drawing images for his grandfather. He later attended New York City’s School of Visual Arts, studying under Judith Linhares, Nachume Miller, and Marilyn Minter.
Over the weekend, s.h.e. gallery hosted a second opening reception for a show featuring 6 paintings by the artist. Gregg sold a drawing on opening night. Below are two photos from the opening. Find out more about s.h.e. gallery at www.shegallery.com.
Gregg is featured in a new book called “Abstractions 2010.” It is a collection of the work of 20 contemporary abstract artists. For more about the book see the link at www.new-art-review.com/bookstore.html.
I also have a drawing in a collection of poetry called Mudfish 16. For more information on the collection, visit www.mudfish.org. Mudfish, a journal of art and poetry, takes its title from the storyteller’s stool in Nigerian art. It has featured the best established and emerging artists and poets – including John Ashberry, Charles Simic,
I’m in the 32nd annual Small Works Exhibit at NYU.The show was selected by Daniel Ferris, director of the Stephen Haller Gallery. The show opened on January 31 and is on view through March. 13th.The show is located at 80 Washington Square East. CLICK HERE to read more about the show.
I’ve been selected as a featured artist on the home page of www.nyaxe.com. They have my painting Structural Landscape #1 in their “painting” category and on the home page. It links to my site & home store.
My approach to painting has changed through the years. Different artist,separately and collectively have influenced my approach to art making. I believe a painting exists as both a window to the world and an object. It’s a creation of something that now has a new material presence in this world. I was often put off