Selected Works

Vered Rosen was born in 1973 and has been making art since her childhood, mainly focusing on photography. Studying architecture at the University of La Sapienza in Rome (1994-1996), she completed her studies in architecture at Tel Aviv University (2001). Rosen draws heavily from her architecture background in her art, saying, “My visual perception was formed throughout my years of studying and working as an architect, and the effect of these years is visible in various aspects such as design perception and in-depth understanding of proportions, materials, space and color.”In the years 2002-2005, Rosen studied painting and drawing at the Studio Art School, and in 2011 she studied photography at Creative Land School of Photography.

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Vered Rosen was born in 1973 and has been making art since her childhood, mainly focusing on photography. Studying architecture at the University of La Sapienza in Rome (1994-1996), she completed her studies in architecture at Tel Aviv University (2001). Rosen draws heavily from her architecture background in her art, saying, “My visual perception was formed throughout my years of studying and working as an architect, and the effect of these years is visible in various aspects such as design perception and in-depth understanding of proportions, materials, space and color.”In the years 2002-2005, Rosen studied painting and drawing at the Studio Art School, and in 2011 she studied photography at Creative Land School of Photography.

After several years dealing with interior design, Rosen returned to art, using mainly photography in her artistic practice. About herself, Rosen says, “I have been a photographer since childhood, and dealing with photographs enables me to construct an archive of experiences, to be built with selected memories to confront the fear of death.”

Rosen held her first solo exhibition in 2015, and two more solo exhibitions in 2016 and 2017. All were presented in alternative, non-commercial spaces, as a part of the agenda of breaking the barrier between the artworks and the common viewers. A major element in Rosen’s artwork involves the use of digitally manipulated photographs and the combination of printed photographs together with Neon lighting in a way which emphasize the inherent light source of the image. The three exhibitions can be characterized by a common theme of investigating the relationship between reality and dreams, the conscious and the unconscious.