Rosson Crow lives and works in Los Angeles, California. She was raised in North Dallas, attended the School of Visual Arts in New York for her undergraduate degree, then Yale University for her master’s degree before settling in L.A. In 2009, Crow had her first solo exhibition in the United States here at the Modern, titled Focus: Rosson Crow, from which the museum acquired Sharp’s Rifle Shop, 2009. First attracting attention as a graduate student at Yale making large-scale, edgy, irreverent, and raucous paintings, Crow has built a substantial international exhibition record including her 2009 exhibition Texas Crude at White Cube in London, and most recently, Ballyhoo Hullabaloo-Haboob at Honor Fraser in Los Angeles. For Tuesday Evenings, Rosson Crow shares thoughts on her work and career.
Image: Rosson Crow, Sharp's Rifle Shop, 2009. Oil, acrylic and enamel on canvas. 96 x 240 inches (diptych). Collection of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Gift of the Director's Council and Museum Purchase, 2009
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