Moscow-born, both classically and conceptually trained, Alexandra Rozenman brings a canny and charming mysticism to her life and art. Rozenman came to America from Moscow, Russia as a political refugee at the end of the eighties. Living in the Soviet Union Rozenman studied with now well-known dissident artists and was a part of the Moscow alternative cultural scene of the 1980’s. She holds a Masters degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Beginning in 1989, her work has been represented nationally and internationally. In 2006 she was awarded a MacDowell Foundation Fellowship. Rozenman is Vermont Studio Fellow. Her work was most recently exhibited at the Multicultural Arts Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts in January 2013 and Gallery 360 in Minneapolis. Her work can be found in the flat files of The Drawing Center in New York.
Alexandra Rozenman, Moving in with Bruegel, 2013, oil on canvas, 60x40".
Alexandra Rozenman, Moving in with Richard Diebenkorn, 2013, oil canvas, 60x40".
Alexandra Rozenman, Moving in with Winslow Homer, 2013, oil on canvas, 60x40".