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Lydia Rosenberg
Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance
7.01.16

Press Release

Lydia Rosenberg (b. 1987, Pittsburgh, PA) is a visual artist living and working in Pittsburgh. She has recently shown internationally in Brussels as well as nationally at: Ice Box, Fjord Gallery, and Charles Addams Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia, PA; EXO Project space in Chicago, IL; CoCA in Seattle, WA; and Carhole in Portland, OR. Rosenberg co-directed H. Klum Fine Art in Portland and co-curated "The Center Welcomes You" at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT, where she was a resident artist in 2014. Recent publications by Rosenberg include: "Joachim's Dreaming of Getting the Fuck Out of This Giotto Fresco"; "6 or 9 proposed lock picks" for Eights, Issue no.2; and "The Right Tool for the Job" published online for Amur-Initiatives. Her next projects include solo exhibitions at Cherry & Lucic, Portland, OR and Phelan Sculpture Park, Pittsburgh, PA, as well as a new book being published through Release The Bats Press in Philadelphia, PA..

lydiarosenberg.net/

Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine

Lydia Rosenberg
Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance
7.01.16

Press Release

Lydia Rosenberg (b. 1987, Pittsburgh, PA) is a visual artist living and working in Pittsburgh. She has recently shown internationally in Brussels as well as nationally at: Ice Box, Fjord Gallery, and Charles Addams Fine Art Gallery in Philadelphia, PA; EXO Project space in Chicago, IL; CoCA in Seattle, WA; and Carhole in Portland, OR. Rosenberg co-directed H. Klum Fine Art in Portland and co-curated "The Center Welcomes You" at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT, where she was a resident artist in 2014. Recent publications by Rosenberg include: "Joachim's Dreaming of Getting the Fuck Out of This Giotto Fresco"; "6 or 9 proposed lock picks" for Eights, Issue no.2; and "The Right Tool for the Job" published online for Amur-Initiatives. Her next projects include solo exhibitions at Cherry & Lucic, Portland, OR and Phelan Sculpture Park, Pittsburgh, PA, as well as a new book being published through Release The Bats Press in Philadelphia, PA..

lydiarosenberg.net/

Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine
Installation view: Lydia Rosenberg - Half a mile backward in 7 minutes, watching the entrance| Photography by Cristin Norine