Exhibition: On view January 13, 2018–March 25, 2018
Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson
Highlights from the Permanent Collection
Exhibition: March 21-August 21, 2016
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Critic's Choice 'Madame Psychosis':
Kelly Lynch is obsessed with JFK in art film
By Sharon Mizota
Los Angeles Times
December 12, 2015
Behind the Scenes with Rosson Crow
By Laura Mahot
December 7, 2015
Rosson Crow Exhibit Explores JFK Assassination Through Fictional Showgirl
By Sandra Miska
Madame Psychosis Holds a Séance:
A Conversation with Rosson Crow
By Maxwell Williams
November 12, 2015
Masks & Memory Staging Rosson Crow's Psychosis
By Michael Slenske
Rosson Crow's new catalogue was published in honor of her recent solo exhibition at the Regional Contemporary Art in Languedoc-Roussillon Sérignan Museum. The book features a conversation with the artist and art critic and independent curator Timothy Chaillou.
48 pages, English and French, 2014
Rosson Crow, KAWS, Robert Lazzarini and Erik Parker in the Modern Auction
Artists in The Aspen Art Museum's ArtCrush
Works by Rosson Crow, Glenn Kaino, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf and Alexis Smith will be included in The Aspen Art Museum's ArtCrush benefit auction, Friday, August 2, 2013. Preview the work on Paddle8.com.
Rosson Crow at Artissima 19
Crow has created four new paintings especially for this presentation. As in her exhibition with the Gallery earlier this year, she explores the history of the American South through hallucinatory depictions of its spaces. These atmospheric works envelop the viewer in indeterminate places that combine architectural fantasy with historical reimaginings.
Hall Green B, Stand No. 16
November 9 - 11, 2012
Ballyhoo Hullabaloo Haboob Exhibition Catalogue Now Available
Rosson Crow: BALLYHOO HULLABALOO HABOOB, the accompanying exhibition catalogue to the artist's recent solo show at Honor Fraser, is now available. The catalogue features images from the show as well as a forward by Ed Schad.
Rosson Crow Lecture at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Rosson Crow in Modern Painters
Rosson Crow at Honor Fraser
By Yasmine Mohseni
April 23, 2012
For "Ballyhoo Hullabaloo Haboob", her second solo show at the gallery, the artist takes a decisive step away from
the exuberant and colorful historical interiors for which she is known. The ten large works on view capture a
somber and reflective mood. By focusing on mid 20th-century American patriotism, bravado, social upheaval and economic turmoil, Crow draws from the past to comment on the present.
April 23, 2012
Rosson Crow in Art Observed
Los Angeles: Rosson Crow 'Ballyhoo Hullbaloo Haboob' at Honor Fraser through March 31
By Megan Hoetger
In her second solo exhibition with Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles-based artist Rosson Crow explores memory, history, and the visual cues of U.S. national identity in a series of largescale works on canvas. Playing on terms that suggest a raucous commotion, as well as a classic American boosterism, Ballyhoo Hullabaloo Haboob depicts moments of tragedy and triumph in the long 20th century.
March 20, 2012
Rosson Crow in LA Times
Art Review: Rosson Crow at Honor Fraser
By Holly Myers
The play of light through these hazy compositions has a resonance not unlike that of early cinema, yielding a similar quality of enchantment. And in lessening the distraction of specific historical and architectural references — those that remain are largely lodged in the titles ("Lindbergh for President," "April 9, 1968") — she seems to have opened up space for the emergence of a more authentic pictorial language, one that builds on her feel for the handling of paint rather than any declarative compulsion.
March 8, 2012
Rosson Crow in ArtInfo
Rosson Crow's Abstracted American Moments
to Open at Honor Fraser
By Alanna Martinez
Texas native and Yale graduate, Rosson Crow, has gained rightful prestige following a trail of graffiti infused recent works celebrated by critics and art lovers alike. She started out with a bang in 2003 when she was included in legendary New York art stronghold, Deitch Projects's group show "K48 Klubhouse." She's had solo shows at Deitch, the Lower East Side's Canada, London's White Cube, and the Contemporary Arts Center of Cincinnati, among others.
February 23, 2012
Rosson Crow in Huffington Post
Beyond the White Cube: Rosson Crow in Black and White
By Yasmine Mohseni
I stopped by Rosson Crow's studio a few weeks ago as she put the finishing touches on a new series of paintings for her upcoming solo show at Honor Fraser. Born in Texas, Rosson got her MFA from Yale and did a residency at Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris before moving to L.A. in 2006. Her paintings, which often pull from historical source material, have an edgy vibe that combines punk rock irreverence with rock star decadence.
February 15, 2012
Rosson Crow at Brand New Gallery
This exhibition introduces some of the most interesting artists among the younger generations living and working in New York and explores the latest trends on the city's art scene.
You can watch he video here:
Rosson Crow in Urban Contest
By Mariapia Bruno
September 27, 2011
It's called NY: New Perspectives and is produced in collaboration with the journalist and art critic Linda Yablonsky, beautiful exposure promoted by Brand New Gallery in London , which provides an overview on the emerging American artists living today and work in New York. Betbeze Anna, Sara Vanderbeek , Roe Ethridge, Jason Gringler are just some of the artists who, through their work, visible from September 22 to October 29, 2011, explore the latest trends in creative scene in that city that for over fifty years remains one of the most dynamic and important meeting places of the international art scene.
Rosson Crow at Brand New Gallery
Rosson Crow in NERO
Rosson Crow: Myth of the American Motorcycle
In Myth of the American Motorcycle, Crow contends with a specific history, the environments and sites encountered in her paintings are the same as those documented and embellished through the 50s, 60s, and 70s in both art and folklore, at once writ large on the American page and screen in Jack Kerouac's On the Road, 1951 and Dennis Hopper's Easy Rider, 1969 while being presented with clear eyes and in a straightforward manner in the photographs of Ed Ruscha and Stephen Shore.
There will be an opening party, free and open to the public, at the museum on Friday, November 5 at 8pm. On Saturday, November 6 at 2pm the museum will host an artist talk with Rosson Crow.
CONTEMPORARY MAGIC: A TAROT DECK ART PROJECT featuring Rosson Crow
For this project, an interdisciplinary mix of today's top creative icons have each interpreted a Tarot card using their own iconography. Each artist has been matched with a Tarot card based on archetypal themes that their work reference. For example, Tracey Emin is matched with the Empress card as it is the most sensual of the deck, Terence Koh is contributing The Lovers card for his work about lovers and his zines, Will Cotton has taken on the Four of Coins as it speaks about gluttony, Kalup Linzy was matched with the Tower because of the impending drama found in his soap opera works, etc.
The exhibition will be on view during the month of November 2010 at the National Arts Club.
The private reception and dinner on November 5th, for the exhibition's opening reception will have the participating artists in attendance, as well as specially invited guests for the occasion. The night will feature Tarot Reading Art Performances, and the food will be inspired by ritualistic and Medieval cuisine.
Rosson Crow's New Book: Bowery Boys
Rosson Crow at Deitch Projects, March 4 - 27th
This exhibition will be a fitting epitaph to one of the city's most daring galleries, Deitch Projects is aligned with the cultural trends explored in Rosson's paintings.
Opening on March the 4th, if you are in NYC this is will be a show not to miss.
New York Minute
Rosson Crow on KCRW
Focus: Rosson Crow
The Armory Show
Substraction | Panel Discussion
Rosson Crow: Night at the Palomino