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“I entered the art world somewhere in the early 1980’s in NY. At the time ornament was considered trivial, and the language of minimalism prevailed. It was the height of abstraction, along with the abject, and anti-beauty. There was punk and no wave cinema. Almost anything or any act counted as art. Inspired by the atmosphere as an artist working with clay, I learned about withholding and discipline, equal to and on balance with the impulse to yield to the flagrant and the impulsive. For ever since I can remember I’ve been seduced by ceramics, its immediacy, its immutability.”
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Annabeth Rosen studied at Alfred University (BFA) and the Cranbrook Academy of Art (MFA), …
Annabeth Rosen studied at Alfred University (BFA) and the Cranbrook Academy of Art (MFA), and has gone on to teach at the Rhode Island School of Design, the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Tyler School of Art at Temple University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Since 1997 she has held the Robert Arneson Endowed Chair at the University of California Davis.
Rosen’s work has been widely exhibited in the U.S. and is in the collection of the LA County Museum, The Oakland Museum, The Denver Art Museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and many public and private collections. She shows her work with P.P.O.W Gallery in New York and the Anglim Gilbert Gallery in San Francisco. Rosen has received multiple grants and awards, named a Pew Fellow, she has received two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships, a UC Davis Chancellors Fellowship, a Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Award, and in 2016 was named a USA Artist Fellow. Most recently, 2018, Rosen has been granted the Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence Award from The American Academy of Arts and Letters and named a Guggenheim Fellow.