Gregg Rosen is an artist who has been a resident of the greater New York metropolitan area his entire life.
At the ages of four and five years old, he would make drawings for his grandfather. These drawings were mostly childlike scribbling of Disney characters. Drawing one day at age five,suddenly, cognitive recognition struck.”I knew I could do this” said Mr. Rosen. “It just made sense.” An artist’s hand was born.
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, … More
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 ofwww.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 … More
My friend Rene Carson shot some footage of me and turned it into a short film. Sort of a video portrait of the artist. It’s posted on a few video sharing websites. Check it out at the links below. CLICK HERE for the short version on AOL video. CLICK HERE for the full version on … More
I will be in this years 30th anniversary NYU Small Works Exhibition. The show opens on Saturday Feb. 3 and will be up through March 9th. The opening day reception is being held from 12pm until 4pm on Sat. Feb. 3. The opening reception is free to all who attend. This years show was selected … More