Rachel Rossin

b. 1987


Rachel Rossin (b. 1987, West Palm Beach, FL, USA) lives and works in New York, NY. Rossin uses both virtual reality and painting to investigate the slippage between the real and the digital. She combines Internet sources like video games and stock computer illustrations with objects from her real life such as a vase of flowers or a childhood drawing. The images in her paintings are further abstracted by computer programmes that twist the inherent meaning of these seductive Internet renderings; which are mostly geared toward garnering clicks and game plays.


2017 The Sky is a gap, Ziehersmith, New York, USA

Seattle Art Fair, Ziehersmith, New    York, USA

Ars17, Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland

Overture: New Acquisitions from the Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, Turkey

After Us, The New Museum & K11, Shangai, China

Styles and Customs of the 2020s, Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburg,

2016 Trust Issues, Ronchini Gallery, London, UK

Wave, County, Palm Beach, USA

First Look, co-presented by Rhizome, The New Museum, New York, USA

Olimpia’s Eyes, Zevitas Marcus, Los Angeles, USA

Ex Nihlo Nihil Fit, White Circle, Brussels, Belgium

Reconstructed Landscapes, Apex Art, New York, USA

Cannibalism, curated by Jo Shane and Maripol, Spring Break, New York, USA

2015 Lossy, Zieher Smith & Horton, New York, USA

Shelter of a Limping Substrate, Elliot Levenglick Gallery Pop-Up, New York, USA

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