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Tony (Her), 2017
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, plexiglass, pvc, velvet and angle iron frame
73 x 49 in.
Imagine (fall), 2016
pvc, glass, inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, aluminum frame
96 x 72 in.
Central Park (Bench Man), 2017
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, pvc and velvet with iron frame
85 x 85 in.
Imagine (Legs II), 2017
Inkjet print on adhseive vinyl, pvc, silk velvet
97 x 49 in.
Frieze London, solo presentation
Night Gallery
London, England 2016
Imagine (Fields II), 2017
inkjet print with no white ink on glass, aluminum frame
73 x 49 in.
Imagine (Fields I), 2017
inkjet print with no white ink on glass, aluminum frame
73 x 49 in.
Imagine (heel) II, 2016
glass, inkjet print with no white ink and adhesive vinyl, aluminum frame
72 x 48 in.
Imagine (watch), 2016
glass, inkjet print with no white ink, aluminum frame
72 x 48 in.
Imagine (heel) II, 2016
glass, inkjet print with no white ink and adhesive vinyl, aluminum frame
72 x 48 in.
Imagine (race), 2016
pvc, plexiglass, silk, inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, iron frame
72 x 48 in.
Imagine (legs), 2016
pvc, velvet, leather, silk, Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, iron frame
72 x 48 in.
Imagine
solo exhibition at And Now
Dallas TX , 2016
Imagine
solo exhibition at And Now
Dallas TX , 2016
Imagine
solo exhibition at And Now
Dallas TX , 2016
Central Park (Umbrella), 2017
inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, plexiglass, pvc, silk chiffon
49 x 73 in.
Met (Muse with hardware), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
50-1/2 x 74-1/2 in
Met (Muse with dream), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
49-1/2 x 33-1/2 in.
Met (Flight with II), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
74-1/2 x 50-1/2 in.
Met (Flight with), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
74-1/2 x 50-1/2 in.
Met (Fight with everything), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
74-1/2 x 50-1/2 in.
Met (plinth), 2016
Inkjet print on plexi with no white ink and aluminum frame
33-1/2 x 49-1/2 in
Taxi, 2016
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, Sintra, weather stripping and silk
50 x 48 in.
Imagine (Three Riders III), 2016
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, Sintra, silk on iron frame
Imagine (Corot's Field #2), 2017
inket print with no white ink on glass, poster frame
8 x 12 in.
Imagine (Corot's Field #2), 2017
inket print with no white ink on glass, poster frame
8 x 12 in.
Central Park (Three Riders, Motherwell), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, silk chiffon, plexiglass
72 x 60 in.
Central Park (Arm arc), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, silk chiffon
60 x 48 in.
Central Park (Imagine with girls), 2015
inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, bc plywood, plexiglass, weather stripping
72 x 48 in.
The Four Seasons
solo exhibition at Night Gallery
Los Angeles, CA, 2015
Seagrams (Camera), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood
60 x 48 in.
Seagrams (couple memory), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood
72 x 48 in.
Central Park (two walkers, three kinds of marks), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, silk two-tone velvet
48 x 36 in
The Four Seasons
solo exhibition at Night Gallery
Los Angeles, CA, 2015
Seagrams (Couple), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, sintra, silk chiffon
72 x 48 in
Central Park (Nice Work), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, two-tone silk velvet
60 x 48 in.
The Four Seasons
solo exhibition at Night Gallery
Los Angeles, CA, 2015
Central Park (Winter monument), 2015
Inkjet print on adhesive vinyl, BC plywood, plexiglass
48 x 42 in.
Seagrams (Glasses), 2015
Adhesive vinyl on freestanding wall
96 x 126 x 14.5 in.
In the Abstract
group exhibition curated by Susan Cross
Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA, 2017
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Rose Marcus

Born 1982 Atlanta, Georgia
Lives and works in New York, New York
750 Kappock Street #915
Bronx, New York 10463

Education
Hunter College, Graduate studies in Art History, 2010 - 2014
Pratt Institute, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture, 2005
Cornell University, Architecture and Urban Studies, 2001-2002

Solo and Two-person Exhibitions
2019
Night Gallery, solo exhibition forthcoming, Los Angeles, CA

2018
Mary Mary, solo exhibition forthcoming, Glasgow, United Kingdom

2017
Paris Internationale, solo presentation, Mary Mary Gallery, Paris, France

2016
Frieze London, solo presentation, Night Gallery, London, England
Imagine, And Now, solo exhibition, Dallas, TX
Affection, two-person exhibition with Jen Sullivan, Lighthouse Works, Fisher's Island, NY

2015
The Four Seasons, Night Gallery, solo exhibition, Los Angeles, CA

2014
Empire, Know More Games, solo exhibition, Brooklyn, NY
March, Eli Ping Frances Perkins, solo exhibition, New York, NY
At Your Fingertips, David Peterson Gallery, solo exhibition, Minneapolis, MN

2012
NADA Art Fair, solo presentation, Eli Ping Gallery, Miami, FL
Wits End, solo exhibition, Eli Ping, New York, NY

2009
Cavepainting, two-person exhibition with Alexi Brown-Schmidt, The Contemporary Arts Center, Atlanta, GA

Group Exhibitions
2017
Camerado, this is no Book, curated by Jenni Crain, Alumni survey exhibition,
Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
Webatuck Vuitton, curated by Carol Reyes, The Reinstitute, Millerton, NY
Metropolis, curated by James Shaeffer, Simon Lee Gallery, NY
Atmospheres of Form, curated by Megan Bradley, Parisian Laundry, Montreal, Canada
In the Abstract, curated by Susan Cross, Mass MOCA, North Adams, MA
The Gap Between the Fridge and the Cooker, The Modern Institute, Glasgow, Scotland
Booth presentation, David Petersen Gallery, NADA, New York, NY
Booth presentation, Night Gallery, NADA, New York, NY

2016
Tell me What I mean, curated by John Garcia, Two Bridges, Bronx, NY
Daydream from 2013, curated by Matthew Flaherty, CANADA, New York, NY
Don't Look a Gifthorse in the Mouth, organized by Division Gallery, 4619 Space, Los Angeles, CA
Shooting the Breeze, with Leidy Churchman, Kate Levant and Miles Huston, 247365, New York, NY
No Name Manon, Organized by Chin's at Kudomo, Far Rockaway, NY
Walk-Artisinal, curated by Peter Harkawik, 3716 Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, CA

2015
Theory of a Unified Hole, three-person exhibition, Bodega, New York, NY
The Lazy Sunbathers, Sies + Höke, Dusseldorf, Germany
Freak Scene, with Adam Marnie and Aaron Ajula, United Artists, Marfa, TX
Fictions, curated by Adam Marnie, Derek Eller, New York, NY

2014

CK1 Daily, curated by Rachel LaBine and Davida Nemeroff, Night Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Another, Once Again, Many Times More, curated by Ryan Foerster, Martos Gallery, East Marion, NY
New Hells, Derek Eller, New York, NY
Body Memory, curated by Jessica Silverman, Fused, San Francisco, CA
Hot House, organized by Night Gallery and Knowmoregames, New York, NY
And Now, Three-person exhibition, organized by James Cope, Dallas, Tx
Morning and Evening Asylum, Tanya Leighton Gallery, Berlin – with -
Morning and Evening Asylum e doux ron-ron quotidian, Off Vendome, Dusseldorf

2013
Aresenio, Shoot the Lobster, Luxemborg
Rock Art and the X-ray Style, Ryan Foerster's house, Brighton Beach, NY
Day 19 Even Later, curated by Alex Ross, Nomas Foundation, Rome, Italy
It's Over There, Simone Subal Gallery, New York, NY
Liberti(n)es, curated by Keith Varadi, Open Space, Baltimore, MD

2012
Pig Party, curated by Gina Beavers, New York City: Jamie Sterns / Andrew Russeth, New York, NY
4th of July: From the Collections of Young Americans, Know More Games, Brooklyn, NY
Why Marguerite Duras?, curated by Rose Marcus, The Artist's Institute, New York, NY
Some Facts About Manhattan, curated by Rose Marcus, Shoot the Lobster, Martos Gallery, New York, NY
The Dependent Art Fair, organized by Rose Marcus, New York, NY
Each Hand is a Gifft, curated by Rose Marcus and Andy Meerow, Reference Art Gallery, Richmond, VA
EFIII, organized by Rose Marcus, Rose Marcus, Win McCarthy & Hayley Silverman, New York, NY
Cave-in, organized by Ramiken Crucible and Christopher Rivera, San Juan, Puerto Rico

2011
"I don't know if it makes any sense – I feel quite dizzy and a little drunk due to the blow. I will return with more info shortly...", curated by Howie Chen and Tim Salterelli, IMO Projects, Copenhagen, Denmark
Evil Freaks II, curated by Andy Meerow and Rose Marcus, Nada Hudson, Hudson, New York
Evil Freaks, The Dependent Art Fair, New York, NY
Win Last Don't Care, Ramiken Crucible, New York, NY
Alisa Baremboym, & skuta, curated by Rose Marcus, Show Room, New York, NY

2010
Booooooth, organized by Rose Marcus, NADA Art Fair, Miami FL
LIVE/WORK, curated by Caitlin MacQueen and Lizzy Marshall, LaMama Galleria, New York, NY
Froze is Cold, incollaboration with Frankie Martin, Heliopolis, Brooklyn, NY
Two Minute Froze, collaboration with Frankie Martin, CANADA, New York, NY
CCDC Factory collaboration with Frankie Martin, County Affair Callicoon, Callicoon, NY
Be Your Own Placebo, Curated by Jamie Mohr, North Adams, MAMiseducation, Bruciennial, New York, New York

2007
Float, LaMobil, organized by Rose Marcus and Monica Rodriguez, San Juan, Puerto Rico

2006

Shack, LaMobil organized by Rose Marcus and Monica Rodriguez, San Juan, Puerto Rico

2005
99 Cent Fire, Pratt Institute Thesis Show, Brooklyn, New York

Residencies, Panels, Lectures
Panel Discussion with Eric Mack and Andrew Blackley, Simon Lee Gallery, 2017
Artist talk, Cornell University, 2017
Artist talk, Marlborough College, 2017
Artist talk, New York University, 2016
Lighthouse Works, Residency Award, 2015
Artist talk, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, 2014
Jury Panel, Recess, New York, NY 2014
Cafe, (collaboration with Andy Meerow), Recess, New York, NY, 2012
A.C.E. Curatorial Committee Hunter College, New York, NY, 2011
Formal Analysis, Appendix Lecture Series, Columbia University, New York, NY, 2011
Off the Clock: Working with flexible labor, social networks and Everyday Life - panelist; moderator Gillick - Art in General, New York, NY, 2011
New York Studio School Summer Residency and Scholarship, New York, NY, 2003

Press
Knoblauch, Loring. Photography Highlights from NADA New York 2017, Collector Daily, March, 2017
Kitnick, Alex. Heji Shin, ArtForum, March 2017
Abrams, Loney. 10 Artists to Discover at NADA New York, Artspace, March, 2017
Gottschalk, Molly. 11 Artists Your Should Watch at Frieze London, October, Artsy, 2016
Editorial. 10 NYC Artists Under 35 You Should Know, Time Out Magazine, June, 2016
Gentles, Tim. Frieze New York, May 2016
Goldstein, Andrew. How She Found Success By Staying Up Late, Artspace, January, 2016
Feature: Question & Answer Between Jamie Morra and Rose Marcus, Foundations Magazine, 2016
Editorial, Morning and Evening Asylum, Mousse Magazine, February 2014
Zevitas, Steven. Must See Shows March, New American Paintings, March, 2014
Cotter, Holland. New Hells, New York Times, August, 2014
Linnert, Nico. Critics Pick, Art Forum, March, 2014
Nahas, Dominique. I Never Promised You Two Rose Gardens, Culture Catch, March, 2014
McAdam, Barabara. 'It's Over There', Art News, April, 2013
Editorial. Its Over There, Cura Magazine, January, 2013.

Additionally, Rose Marcus' curatorial and performative work has been mentionedin The New York Times, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, The Observer, Art in America, Artforum.com, Arnet, ArtInfo, Hyperallergic, Art Fag City and Mousse Magazine. Her work has recently been published in Fmag and Foundations Magazine. Her writing has been featured online in DIS magazine and ArtNews as well as published by The Westenberger Foundation and Hirmer's catalog for he Kunstmuseum Bonn New York Painting.