Stephanie Rose’s exhibition history began in 1973 with solo shows in New York at Betty Cuningham Gallery, The Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities, E.M. Donahue Gallery, Getler/Pall and Getler/Pall/Saper Gallery, Susan Caldwell Inc., The Soho Playhouse and fiction/nonfiction; and elsewhere at The Albany Institute of History & Art, Apel Galeri, Istanbul, Moss/Chumley Gallery, Dallas; Van Straaten Gallery and One Illinois Exhibition Space in Chicago; Bethune Gallery at the State University of New York at Buffalo; and Nicole Fiacco Gallery, Sarah Y. Rentchler Gallery, Carrie Haddad Gallery, Studio 249 Ltd. and The Hudson Opera House in Hudson, New York. Rose’s first solo museum exhibition, The Eternal Return, was installed in three galleries at The Albany Institute of History & Art from August 2012 through January 2013.
paintings are included in the permanent collections of museums
including The Museum Of The City Of New York, The Neuberger Museum of
Art, The University of Iowa Museum of Art, The Denver Art Museum, The
Tang Museum, Skidmore College, The Castellani Art Museum, The Reading
Public Museum and The Albany Institute of History & Art among
others; and her work is represented internationally in numerous
Exhibition catalogue essays and reviews and articles on her work have been published with frequency in journals such as Art in America, Artforum, Artnews, Arts Magazine and Tema Celeste by noted writers including Carter Ratcliff, Brooks Adams, Elizabeth C. Baker, John Ash, Eleanor Heartney, Eileen Myles, Tom Briedenbach, Marjorie Welish, William Zimmer, Dan Cameron, Harold Haydon, James K. Kettlewell, Gerard McCarthy, Dan Rubey and Ellen Schwartz Harris, among others; and her work has been included in the Art in America International Slide Survey of Contemporary Art (2000, 1995, 1993). Writing on Rose’s work has also appeared in leading newspapers in Dallas, Buffalo, Chicago, Istanbul, Hudson, New York and New York City.
Stephanie Rose was awarded grants from The Haven Foundation and The Artist’s Fellowship in 2018; the Gottlieb Foundation Individual Support Grant in 2014; the Invitational Travel Grant of the U.S. Consulate General, Istanbul, Turkey in 2000; the New School for Social Research Faculty Development Fund Grant in 1991; and has twice received the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation Grant, in 1979 and 1976.
Rose has held graduate and undergraduate teaching positions at Parsons School of Design, The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, SUNY Buffalo, Bank Street College of Education, Pratt Institute and The Studio Program, Empire State College at SUNY in New York. Rose has been a Visiting Artist, Lecturer and Guest Critic at the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, The Brooklyn Museum, Bennington College, Bard College, Yale University School of Art, SUNY at Purchase, Skidmore College, Tyler Graduate School of Fine Art, U.S. Consulate General, Istanbul, Turkey, Altos de Chavon, La Escuela de Diseño, Dominican Republic, Syracuse University, University of Dallas, The Albany Institute of History & Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, Pratt Institute and Brown University.
Stephanie Rose earned a B.F.A in Painting, a B.A in Art Education, and a B.S in Psychology in 1964 at Skidmore College.