Maddy Rosenberg is a New York based multi media artist who spends several months each year in Europe to explore new places in order to broaden her idea base and gather new reference material for her work. She recently had a solo exhibition at Galerie Hadorn in Switzerland and a two-person exhibition that was the culmination of a month long residency sponsored by the US Consulate in Munich. Maddy’s work has appeared in numerous group exhibitions, including at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, The Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Athenaeum, Cape Cod Museum of Art, The Center for Book Arts, Hebrew Union College Museum, Flux Factory and Kentler International Drawing Space in the U.S; Médiathèque André Malraux in Strasbourg; Eagle Gallery in London; Herzog August Bibliothek in Wolfenbüttel (Germany) and Inselgalerie in Berlin.
Maddy also maintains an active international curatorial career, which she sees as an extension of her art practice. In September of 2009 she opened CENTRAL BOOKING, (www.centralbookingnyc.com), a multi-disciplinary art space focusing on artist’s books and exhibitions on art & science, in DUMBO, Brooklyn, representing over 150 artists. CENTRAL BOOKING moved to Manhattan’s Lower East Side in 2013 where it expanded its size and programming, allowing for more ongoing collaborative partnerships. It has since increased its online presence by joining Artsy in March 2018 and continues with projects worldwide.
All images courtesy of the artist
Balance – 2011, oil on painting, 5 x 5 inches
Munich Intervention I – 2011, oil on paper, 6 x 6 inches
Munich Intervention VII – 2011, oil on paper, 6.75 x 6 inches
Yellow – 2000, oil on panel, 22 x 20 inches
Blue – 2001, oil on panel, 22 x 20 inches
Ole New York I – 2003, 10 x 10 inches, edition of 15. Suite of 4 digital prints combining antique maps of New York with original drawings of buildings from Lower Manhattan
x-small – 1998, 3 x 2 inches, edition of 20. Six hand-colored lithographs of an interior/exterior landscape, tucked into a handmade hardcover portfolio.
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