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From the essay on Alexandra Rozenman by John Mendelsohn

Rozenman’s ongoing series of drawings constitute a stripped down vision of the self, an analogue to the paintings’ lush reverie of loss. The drawings are wiry renderings of the artist’s inner life, psychologically acute, and by turn painful and poetic. Although they are mere lines filled with and surrounded by looming space, the humans and animals are insistently, uncomfortably present. The figures exist like bare armatures of feelings, attenuated and unadorned except when enhanced by a wash of watercolor. The figures in the drawings interact with and at times are partially comprised of objec... [more]
Posted by Alexandra Rozenman on 1/19/11