studio : Studio 21, 6 Vernon Street, 2nd floor
mailing address : 155 Allston St., Medford, MA 02155
phone : 617-669-9801
email : firstname.lastname@example.org
web : www.gabriellerossmer.com
Ceres Gallery view. 2012. Figures made of plastic, 11"h each.
2007. Plaster, gauze, cast iron, wood, 55"h x 18"w x 51"d.
2007. Plaster, gauze, cast iron, wood. Figures 11"h each.
2012. Cast iron, plaster, wood. 28"h x 28"w x 10"d.
click an image to start the slide show
B.A. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA and M.Ed. Mass. College of Art, Boston, MA
2012 Ceres Gallery, New York NY
2009 Ceres Gallery, New York, NY
2008 MPG Gallery, Boston, MA
2007 St. Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, NH
2005 Florida Holocaust Museum, St. Petersburg, FL
2005 LynnArts, Lynn, MA
2005 New England Biolabs, Beverly, MA
1998 Maris Gallery, Westfield State College, Westfield, MA
1994 Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York, NY
1992 Space Gallery, Boston, MA (solo installaltion/two person show)
1991 Villa Dessauer (municipal museum), Bamberg, Germany
1987 Madeleine Carter Gallery, Brookline, MA
1979 Helen Shlien Gallery, Boston, MA
selected group exhibitions
2013 Juedisches in Bamberg, Villa Dessauer, Bamberg, Germany
2010 Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown, MA
2006 Aidekeman Gallery, Tufts University, Medford, MA
2002 Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, MA (“Ancestral Memory”)
2000 Sculpture Park, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
1999 Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, MA
1996 FPAC Gallery, 300 Summer Street, Boston, MA
1995 Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, MN. WITNESS &
LEGACY: CONTEMPORARY ART ABOUT THE HOLOCAUST
travelled to 17 cities through 2002.
1989 Hilles Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
1987 Federal Reserve Bank, Boston, MA
1984 Chesterwood National Trust, Stockbridge, MA
1984 Munson-Williams-Proctor-Institute, Utica, NY
1983 Goethe Institute, Boston, MA
1982 Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA
honors and grants
1991 Aubrey Cartwright Foundation, New York, NY
1990 Arts Lottery Grant, Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
1983 Mass. Council of Arts and Humanities, Artist-in Residence grant
1982 Mass. Council of Arts and Humanities, Artist-in Residence grant
1980 Sculpturespace, Residency. Utica, NY
2007 Jo Evarts, Gabrielle Rossmer’s Figural Sculpture at Saint-Gaudens,
2003 Monica Bohm-Duchen, “The Uses & Abuses of Photography in Holocaust-
Related Art” in Image & Remembrance: Representation & the Holocaust.
Hornstein & Jacobowitz, Eds. Indiana University Press, p. 226.
2003 Stephen Feinstein, “Memory and Re-Memory: American Installation
Art & HolocaustImagery in: Reclaiming Memory: Amer. Representations
of the Holocaust, Pirjo Ahokas et al. Ed. Univ. of Turku, Finland. pp. 95-97.
1998 Bulletin Trimestriel de la Fondation Auschwitz. No. 60, 1998.
Bruxelles, Belgium. “The Memory of Auschwitz in Contemporary Art”,
Gabrielle Rossmer, pp. 189-196.
1998 Tim Cahill, Albany Times-Union. “Remembering, Not Recreatng the Lost”.
1997 Matthew Beigell, Jewish American artist & the Holocaust. Rutgers
U Press, New Brunswick, pp. 98-99, fig. 36.
1996 Cate McQuaid, The Boston Globe. “Anxious Inferences”.
1993 Nancy Stapen, Art News. “Boston, Gabrielle Rossmer”.
1987 Cristine Temin, The Boston Globe. “Fine Show at Fed Reserve”.
DeCordova Museum Lincoln, MA
Meditech Corporation Westwood, MA
Municipal Museum Bamberg, Germany
Robert & Sarah Leinbach Brookline, MA
Charles Berg/Ashley Lieberman Lexington, MA
Fla. Holocaust Museum St. Petersburg, FL
South End Health Center Boston, MA
MA Sch Of Professional Psych Boston, MA