Roee Rosen, photo by Max Lomberg
Roee Rosen lives and works in Israel. He received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts and his MFA from Hunter College, both in New York. He currently heads the post graduate visual arts program at HaMidrasha College of Art, and teaches at the Bezalel Art Academy, Jerusalem.
A retrospective of his video work will be presented at The 58th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen in May 2012.
Recent solo shows:
2011 The Dynamic Dead Roee Rosen, Ujadowski Castle, Warsaw, Poland; Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Milan
2009 The Confessions of Roee Rosen, Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.
Roee Rosen/ Justine Frank, Extra-City, Antwerp, Belgium.
Selected group shows:
2011 Animism. Modernity through the Looking Glass, Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria; Four Films From Oberhausen, Kai Middendorf Gallery, Frankfurt.
2010 Orizzonti competition, The Venice Film Festival, Venice, Italy;
56th Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany;
Stop Making Sense, Oslo Kunstforening, Norway; Trembling Times: Recent Videos from Israel, Tate Modern, London, UK; The Calm Before the Storm, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow, Russia; The Narcissism of Minor Difference, MICA Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, US; Overview, Israeli Video, 2000-2010, Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa, Israel . 2009 Festival of Confusion, Beursschouwburg Art Center, Brussels, Belgium; 2008 Manifesta 7, Trent, Italy.
For full details visit Roee Rosen's website.
Filmography: 2010 Hilarious, (22 minutes), Out, (34 minutes); 2008 The Confessions of Roee Rosen, (57 minutes), Gagging During Confession: Names and Arms, (4'38 minutes); 2007 Confessions Coming Soon, (8'40 minutes), I Was Called Kuney-Lemel, (4'15 minutes); 2005 Two Women and A Man, Joanna Fahrer-Ha'sfari on Justine Frank (17 minutes); 2004 The Zionist Ventriloquist, A Compilation of Video Hits, (58 minutes); 1995 Dr. Cross, A Dialogue, (15 minutes).
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From Vile, EVil Veil exhibition, Iniva at Rivington Place, 2012
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