Aura Rosenberg Inspired Cyanotypes with Rachel Stern
What Is Psychedelic, co-presented by Mishkin Gallery and Pioneer Works, marks the first institutional survey of New York-born artist Aura Rosenberg. This two-venue exhibition traces the artist’s trajectory from early paintings of the 1970s to her more recent endeavors in photography, film, sculpture, and installation.
Rosenberg’s practice challenges how images produce and reproduce notions of spectatorship, gender, family, and history—that is, the conditions of everyday life. In this way, she examines how vernacular images naturalize and normalize meanings through which people understand themselves in the world.
Explore Rosenberg's work and practice with Visual Arts Alum Rachel Stern as we make cyanotypes inspired by her Astrological Ways print, as seen in our 2nd Floor Gallery.
Date: This two-time in-person workshop meets on Saturday April 8 and April 15 from 1-5PM.
Audience: Open to all.
Materials: Bring your own light colored sheet to print on.
Accessibility: Classes will meet on the 2nd floor, which is accessible via stairs.
Rachel Stern is a photographer whose work considers the intersection of beauty and power. Using quotidian and kitsch materials she creates images which enter into an accessible discourse and, in the spirit of “bread and roses,” demand immediate access to beauty. Her work is a kitsch paradise, a queer-washed history, and an attempt at hope. She received her BFA in Photography and the History of Art and Visual Culture in 2011 from the Rhode Island School of Design, attended Skowhegan in 2014, and graduated from Columbia University in 2016 with an MFA in Visual Arts.
Classes at Pioneer Works are made possible by Sandeman Port.
This program is supported in part by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.