Alexandra Rozenman
Studio Address
1 Fitchburg Street
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Statement / Bio
I was born into a dissident family in Moscow in 1971 and had an early interest in art. I took classes from a group of underground artists in the Soviet Union and studied under the dissident artists who later gained world acclaim as an émigré artist. In 1989, I immigrated to the U.S. I received a BFA in Painting in 1995 from State University of New York, and an MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA in 1997

After moving from NYC to Boston my paintings became more narrative and landscapes less abstract. My work began to resemble theatrical stages and a fully-formed sense of visual narrative emerged. Since 2010 I have been working on a series titled Moving In..., which focuses on playful and humorous narratives of her cohabitating with famous artists. Through this series she wants also to touch upon questions of artistic influence and dialogue, emulation and creativity, continuity as well as discontinuity in contemporary art and the world as a whole. I had solo and two-person exhibitions at the Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery in Washington, DC, Gallery 360 in Minneapolis; Clark Gallery in Lincoln, Massachusetts and Fitchburg University in Fitchburg, MA. Her group exhibitions include, among others, The Painting Center of New York, Multicultural Arts Center in Boston and the Moscow Center of Contemporary Art. In September of 2018 she had a solo show at Hudson Gallery in Gloucester MA, titled Blind Dates. Since 2016 I have been a core member of the Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, MA. Her show in 2020 has been postponed due to COVID 19. It happened with Nora Valdez in the Fountain Street Gallery in Boston in February 2021.

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