Rose Marcus (b.1982, Atlanta, Georgia) lives and works in New York.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Night Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); And Now, Dallas (2016); ‘The Four Seasons,’ Night Gallery, Los Angeles (2015); ‘At Your Fingertips,’ David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis (2014).
Recent group exhibitions include ‘In the Abstract,’ MASS MoCA, North Adams, Massachusetts; ‘Windows,’ David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis; ‘The Gap between the Fridge and the Cooker,’ The Modern Institute, Glasgow (all 2017).
Rose Marcus’ first UK exhibition furthers the artist’s themes of public space and its intrinsic use of private experiences. The work is founded on snapshots of recognisable sites in New York City, yet disparate physical interventions ensure that the works skirt any fixed categorisation.
Marcus uses these iconic sites, and in concert, lets them use her, in order to shift assumptions about physical presence, vision and ownership. The results are portraits that call out to something immutable.
Thurs 20 April – Mon 7 May
Mon– Sun, 10am-6pm (Thu, 10am-8pm)
Tue 8 May – Sat 2 June