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Justine Frank, Frank’s Guild, 1936

Roee Rosen: A Group Exhibition

Justine Frank, Frank’s Guild, 1936

Roee Rosen’s wild world is exposed in the first comprehensive exhibition of this fascinating artist. Active since the 1980s, Rosen has exhibited worldwide using various media: painting, video, installation, multimedia, artist books and writing. The works examine major themes in contemporary art and, as befits a group exhibition, present works by other figures—Justine Frank and Maxim Komar-Mishkin—created by Rosen, as well as a virtual journey through Eva Braun’s eyes.

Catalogue and exhibition supported by  the Friends of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art in Israel; Vivian Ostrovsky and the Ostrovsky Family Fund; Israel National Lottery Council for the Arts; Beit Berl College; Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem; and Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv.

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