"When I look at art, I like to think that I have discovered a hidden corner of the world. When I read a book, I may feel that I have entered entire cities. With Maddy Rosenberg, an artist's book offers something of each."
- John Haber, Artists' BooksReviews (2/23 Spr 2006)
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Maddy Rosenberg was born in Brooklyn and now divides her time between New York City and Europe, where she maintains an active international exhibition, curatorial, and lecturing career. She is an artist who works in several media: oil painting, drawing, printmaking, artists' books, toy theater, and installation. Rosenberg received a BFA from Cornell University and her MFA from Bard College. She was on the art faculty of Marymount Manhattan College for eight years and served as a Board Member and teacher at the Manhattan Graphics Center for more than ten years. Rosenberg has personally initiated, organized, curated, and participated in a number of international exchange exhibitions and projects between New York and European artists.
Recent solo exhibitions include an installation in The Project Room at Phoenix Gallery in New York City and Galerie des Arches in Paris. Numerous group exhibitions include, during this past year alone, Brooklyn College Gallery and Fish Tank Gallery in New York City; Sanzspace in Madrid, Spain; Kunstmuseum Olten in Olten, Switzerland; and Centre Artisque Verderonne, Verderonne, France. Grants include the Gottlieb Foundation and Artists Fellowship as well as residencies at several artist colonies.
Rosenberg’s work is in such public collections as MoMA, Brooklyn Museum, Museum of New Art, Tate Gallery, Fogg Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Salzburg Museum Carolina Augusteum, Biblioteca National de Madrid, and Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. A profile appears in Who’s Who in American Women, 2000 Artists and Designers of the Twentieth Century, and the Dictionary of International Biography. Articles and reviews include in Printmaking Today, Art Review, Arlis UK, NY Arts: International Edition, Salzburger Nachrichten, and New York Magazine, as well as an interview on BBC Radio Bristol.
For more information on Maddy and her work, visit: www.maddyrosenberg.net