Martha Rosler  (American, 1943) 

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Martha Rosler, O'Hare (Chicago)

 

Martha Rosler
O'Hare (Chicago)
1986

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, JFK, TWA Terminal

 

Martha Rosler
JFK, TWA Terminal
1990

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, Transparent Box, or Vanity Fair

 

Martha Rosler
Transparent Box, or Vanity Fair
1966-1972

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, Prototype (Freedom is not Free)

 

Martha Rosler
Prototype (Freedom is not Free)
2006

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, O'Hare (Chicago)

 

Martha Rosler
O'Hare (Chicago)
1986

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, Newark, New Jersey

 

Martha Rosler
Newark, New Jersey
1987

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
Martha Rosler, Playboy

 

Martha Rosler
Playboy
1967-1972

Mitchell-Innes & Nash
  
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Martha Rosler, Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful

 

Martha Rosler
Bringing the War Home: House Beautiful, 1967-1972
color chromogenic print

 

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Martha Rosler, New York

 

Martha Rosler
New York, 1996
c-print

 

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Martha Rosler, Cellular

 

Martha Rosler
Cellular, 2004
digital photomontage

 

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1943   Born in Brooklyn, NY
1965   B.A. from Brooklyn College
1974   M.F.A. from University of California, Sand Diego
1975   National Endowment for the Arts Artists’ Fellowship, Conceptual Art
1976   National Endowment for the Arts Critic’s Fellowship
1980   National Endowment for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship in Video
1983   National Endowment for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship in Video
1985   New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Video
1989   Honorable mention, Best Documentary, for Born to Be Sold, Thirteenth Atlanta Film and Video Festival
1994   National Endowment for the Arts Artist’s Fellowship in Photography
1996   New York Foundation for the Arts Catalogue Grant in Photography
2005   Spectrum Prize: The International Prize for Photography of the Foundation of Lower Saxony (Germany)
2006   Oskar Kokoschka Prize (Austria)
  Currently teaches at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey