Roee Rosen

Born in Rehovot, Israel, in 1963, lives and works in Israel
MFA, Hunter College, New York, USA
BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA
Philosophy and Comparative Literature studies, Tel Aviv University

Prizes and awards

Vincitore del Gran Prix Palm Secateur D’Or presso il 15° International Kansk Video Festival, Mosca, Russia
Vincitore del Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival Award 2014 con il video Buried Alive, Romania
Menzione speciale Cinemaxxi cinema breve alla VIII edizione del Roma Film Festival con il video Buried Alive 
Vincitore del Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival Award 2011 con il video Out (Tse), Romania
Vincitore del Premio ARTE alla 57° edizione del Shortfilm Festival di Oberhausen con il video Out (Tse), Germania
Orizzonti Award (cortometraggi) alla 67° edizione del Festival del Cinema di Venezia
Premio per menzione speciale da parte del pubblico per The Confessions of Roee Rosen, presso il FIDMarseille Film Festival 
Menzione speciale della giuria internazionale all’Oberhausen Film Festival per il video Two Women and a Man, Germania 
The International Gecko Award, Cinematexas Short Film Festival, Austin, Texas, USA
The Israeli Education, Premio del Ministro della Cultura e dello Sport
Il premio del Ministero israeliano dell’Educazione e della Cultura per l’Incoraggiamento di Artisti nei campi di Arti Plastiche e Design

Solo exhibitions

Impakt exhibition: Roee Rosen,Poetry and Catharsis, Center for Media Culture, Utrecht , Netherlands
Exorcisms, Project Arts Centre, Dublin, Ireland
Histoires dans la pénombre (Stories in the Dark), a One Person Exhibition, Centre Pompidou, Paris
Douce sueur (Sweet Sweat): Roee Rosen Film Retrospective, Centre Pompidou in collaboration with Jeu de paume, Paris 
Dust, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen Film Retrospective, Ficunam International Film Festival, Mexico City
The Dust Channel, Riccardo Crespi Gallery, Milan
Roee Rosen – A Group Exhibition, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen, a one person exhibition, Edith-Russ-Haus fur Medienkunst, Oldenburg, Germany
Live and Die as Eva Braun and Other Intimate Stories, Edith-Russ-Haus fur Medienkunst, Oldenburg, Germany
A White Night, A Red Film: a screening of OUT by Roee Rosen and a lecture by Alma Itzhaki, Hagada Hasmalit, Tel Aviv
A Guided Journey Inside My Grave, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Pasta alla Putinesca, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
Truth or Dare, Roee Rosen in Person, MUMOK, Vienna
Maxim Komar Myshkin: Vladimir’s Night, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen Film Retrospective, La Roche Sur Yon International Film Festival, La Roche-sur-Yon, France
Roee Rosen, Vile Evil Veil, Iniva Institute of International Visual Arts, London
Roee Rosen Profile, The 58th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
I Never Lie, Galeria Labirynt, Lublin, Poland
Out/ The death of Cattelan. . Roee Rosen, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
Animism. Modernity through the looking glass, Generali Foundation, Vienna
The Dynamic Dead Roee Rosen, Ujadowski Castle, Warsaw
The Confessions of Roee Rosen, Center of Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Roee Rosen / Justine Frank, Extra-City, Antwerp
Confessions Coming Soon, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Ziona and the Twins, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Justine Frank: A selection, John Hope Franklin Center, Duke University, North Carolina
Justine Frank: A Retrospective, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
Lavie Suite and Other Paintings, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Two Books: Lucy and A Different Face, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv
Lucy: The Origins, Kibbutz Be’eri Gallery, Israel
Live and Die as Eva Braun, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Professionals, Artists’ Studios, Tel Aviv
Martyr Paintings, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat-Gan, Israel
The Blind Merchant, Bugrashov Gallery, Tel Aviv
Happy Paintings, Hunter Gallery, New York, USA
School of Visual Arts Gallery, New York, USA
Sharet Gallery, Givataim, Israel

One Person Museum Screenings 

The Confessions of Roee Rosen + Two Women and a Man, screening e conversazione con Marcel Schwierin, Transmediale, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
With Roee Rosen, Screening e dialoghi con Jean-Pierre Rehm, BOZAR, Brussels
Truth or Dare, Roee Rosen in Person, MUMOK, Vienna
Museum Ludwig, Cologne
Tate Modern, London

Group exhibitions

Phantams: Ingeborg  Prehn, Julie Nords, Roee Rosen, Roneebaekshom, Naestved, Denmark
Unspoken Rule, Contemporary Art Tasmania, Australia
Love, Displaced, Perth Festival, Lawrence Wilson Gallery, Perth, Western Australia
Reality is More Absurd Than Any Film, Marta Herford, Herford, Germany
Jews, Money, Mith, The Jewish Museum, London
Wild Grammar, EMAF 2015, Kunstahlle Osnabrück, Osnabrück, Germany
La Fete du Slip Gender and Sexuality Festival, Lausanne, Switzerland
Thinking Ahead, Erna Hecey Gallery, Luxembourg
The Ground Beneath Your Feet, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK
Painting Now 2, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
BB8 after BB8, Landkrona, Sweden
Athens Biennale
FIDMarseille International Film Festival, Marseille 
Vos désirs sont les nôtres, Le Friche, Marseille 
Fear of Change, Site 131, Dallas, Texas
Transmediale, Haus der kulturen der welt, Berlin
Oberhausen International Short Film Festival, Oberhausen, Germany
Kills 99.9% Bacteria, CCA Derry-Londonberry, Northern Ireland
Bucharest International Experimental Film Festival
Documenta 14, Benaki Museum, Athenes, Greece
Documenta 14, Palais Bellevue and GrimmWelt, Kassel, Germany
A Desire Called Utopia and Other Science Fictions,Nassauischer Kunstverein, Wiesbaden.
Lo schermo dell’arte film Festival, Florence
Mixed Zone, Museum Helmond, Helmond, Netherlands
Viennale, Vienna International Film Festival, Vienna
Motions for the Agenda, Artport, Tel Aviv
The Dangerous Professors, Triumph, Chicago, USA
Homefront, BWA Studio Gallery, Wroclaw, Poland
Jeonju International Film Festival, Seoul, South Korea
FILMADRID International Film Festival, Madrid
17es Journées cinématographiques Dionysienne, Cinéma l’ecran, Saint Denis, France
More Love Hours Than can Ever Be Repaid, RawArt Gallery, Tel Aviv
Art School, Hamidrasha Faculty of Art at Seventy, Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art, The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel-Aviv, Israel
10. Group show 2006-2016, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
Buried Alive (perfomance concert), AV Festival, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
Transmediale, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlino
Thousand Islands, The Miriam Nissenholtz gallery, Tel Aviv
Evil clowns_reloaded, Kunstpalais, Erlangen, Germany
FID 27th International Film Festival, Marseille, France
AAVE Film Festival, Helsinki, Finlandia
Greener on the Other Side International Video Art Festival, Hilbertraum Gallery, Berlin
The Midnight Show 4, Wroclaw, Poland
International Kansk Video Festival, Siberia
The Telenational Dream, Kino Iluzjion, Warsaw
Painting Now, Galleria Riccardo Crespi, Milan
Roee Rosen in Trends, The Sixth Moscow Biennial, Gogol House, Moscow
Gender in Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow
Irony in Media: Subversive Interventions, Kunsthalle Osanbrück, Germany
History Restaged, Open Society Institute, Budapest, Ungheria – a cura di Edit Molnar e Livia Paldi
Alfred Jarry Archipelago, Le Quartier Centre d'Art de Quimper, France – curated by Keren Detton e Julie Pellegrin
Evil Clowns, Dortmunder U Center for Art, Dortmund, Germany
Judgement Night, Zbigniew Libera and Roee Rosen, Labyrinth Gallery, Lublin, Poland
FUTURA, Roee Rosen and Pavel Sterec, Prague, Czech Republic
Judgement Night, Zbigniew Libera and Roee Rosen, Labyrinth Gallery, Lublin, Poland
Rotterdam International Film Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Real Emotions, Thinking in Film, Kunst-Werke, Berlin, Germany
Ten Million Rooms of Yearning, Para Site, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Secular Judaism, Naum Gutman Museum, Tel Aviv
Berlin Documentary Forum 3, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Arena, Centre for Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland
FIDMarseille International Film Festival, Marseille
"Make an effort to remember. Or, failing that, invent."*, Bétonsalon Centre d’art et de recherche, Paris
The Book Lovers, The Elizabeth Foundation Project Space, New York, USA
Creative assemblages – when aesthetics meet the economy or what do they have in Common?, Siemens Sanat, Istanbul 
Possessions, Unge Kunstneres Samfund, Oslo
Le Pont, group exhibition, Le Musée d’Art Contemporain, Marseille
Monday Begins on Saturday, The First Edition of the Bergen Assembly, Bergen, Norway
The Rome International Film Festival, Rome
Host & Guest, The Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv
The Confession, National Centre for Contemporary Arts, Moscow
BIII Moving Image Biennial, Francoforte, Germany
I Am Another World, Xhibit, Akademie der Bildenden Künste, Vienna 
IsReal Estate, group exhibition, The New and the Bad Gallery, Haifa, Israel
This and That: Complexities of Israeli Identity, a video art program, Kunsthaus Aussersihl, Zurich
With a Name Like Yours, You Might Be Any Shape, Tiroler Künstlerschaft - Kunstpavillon, Innsbruck, Austria
Yes, Minister, The Spaceship Gallery, Tel Aviv
Histories, The Center for Digital Arts, Holon, Israel 
FIDMarseille Film Festival, Marseille
Taipei Biennial, Taiwan (catalogue)
Rosa Arbeit auf Goldener Straße, group exhibition, Xhibit, Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
Animism, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (catalogue)
Transmediale, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (catalogue)
Cargo-Cult, Bat Yam Museum of Art, Israel (catalogue)
Contemporary Cabinets of Wonder - From Amazement to Disenchantment, Herzlyia Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel
With a Name Like Yours, You Might Be Any Shape, CAC Gallery, University of California Irvine, USA
ReCoCo, Holon Center for Digital Art, Israel
Iran, The Spaceship Gallery, Tel Aviv
Toward the Surface, Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv 
Map, EX3 Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea, Florence
Milan Film Festival, Milan
Israel Film Festival, Berlin
The Grand Plywood, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Toward the Surface, Rosenfeld Gallery for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Window to Reality, The Open University, Raanana, Israel (catalogue)
Animism, Modernity Through the Looking Glass, Generali Founation, Vienna
ReCoCo, Whitespace, Zurich; Kunsthalle Exnergasse/WUK, Vienna
Four Films From Oberhausen, Kai Middendorf Gallery, Frankfurt
Alias, The Bunkier Sztuki Museum of Contemporary Art, Krakow
Transmediale, Haus der kulturen der welt, Berlin
Rotterdam Film Festival, Rotterdam, Netherlands
The 57th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
Era New Horizons Film Festival, Warsaw
FID Marseille, Marseille
Stop Making Sense, Oslo Kunstforening, Norway
Trembling Times: Recent Videos from Israel, Tate Modern, London
The Calm Before the Storm, Winzavod Art Center, Moscow
The Narcissism of Minor Difference, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimora, USA
A Thousand Endless Tales – Dancing the Line of Flight (Story Telling), Whitespace, Zurich
Mobile Archive, Stacion Center for Contemporary Art in Pristhina, Kosovo
Orizzonti competition, The Venice Film Festival, Venice
The International competition, The 56th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
FIDMarseille Festival, Marseille
Sarajevo Film Festival, Bosnia and Herzegovina
They Told You So, Bitforms gallery, New York, USA
Tina B., Prague Contemporary Art Festival, Prague
Fireflies, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
The Invisible Hand, Sommer Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Ambulante Film Festival, Mexico
Valdivia International Film Festival, Chile
Pesaro International Film Festival, Pesaro
Festival of Confusion, Beursschouwburg Art Center, Brussels
Manifesta 7, Trento, Italy
Demons, Bat-Yam Museum of Art, Israel
Eventually We’ll Die, Young Art in Israel of the Nineties, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
Chosen, The Israeli Centre for Digital Art, Holon; Wyspa Institute of Art, Gdansk, Poland
The Tyranny of the Transparent, Minshar, Tel Aviv
FIDMarseille Festival, Marseille
Viennale 2008 main program, Vienna
Doc, Buenos Aires
Access II, The Jewish Museum, Francoforte, Germany
The International competition, The 54th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
23rd Mar Del Plata International Film Festival, Buenos Aires
Mostra Invideo, Milan
BoysCraft, Haifa Museum of Art, Israel
Desert Generation, Forty Years of Occupation, The Artists’ House, Jerusalem
The Rear, The First Biennial of Contemporary Art, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
Visual Israeliness, The Dorothea de Rothschild Open University Campus, Raanana, Israel
Geld & Guilt, Artneuland, Berlin
The 29th International Women Directors Film Festival, France
Women Make Waves Film Festival, Taipei, Taiwan
Raft of the Medusa, Israeli Art and the Monster of Self Identity, Krolikarnia, National Museum of Poland, Warsaw; National Museum, Krakow
Far and Away, The Fantasy of Japan in Contemporary Israeli Art, The Israel Museum, Israel; The 52nd International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany
DOK LEIPZIG, 49, Germany
Die Neuen HebrŠer, Martin Gropius Bau, Berlin
Auto/Biography, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
1889 (Branau, Austria) – 1945 (Berlin, Germany), Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel AvivThree Cities Against the Wall, Al-Hallaj Gallery, Ramallah, Israele; ABC No Rio, Voxpop and Sixth Street Community Center, New York, USA; The Artist House, Tel-Aviv
Blanks, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
One Pink Rose, Organic Art in a Digital Era, an exhibition held at the prison cells of “refusers,” Miltiary Jail number 6, Israel
Sharon, The Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Videozone 2 International Festival, Israel
The Promise, The Land, O.K. Center of Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria
Wonderyears—New Reflections on Nazism and the Shoa in Israel, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/NGBK, Berlin
The Claim of Images, Jewish Perspectives in Modern Art, Museum Bochum, Germany
Chopsticks, Ha’Midrasha Gallery, Tel Aviv
Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery/ Recent Art, The Jewish Museum, New York, USA
Imagine, Artists For Co-Existence, Um-El-Fachem Art Gallery, Um-El-Fachem and Rosenfeld Gallery, Tel Aviv (Artist and co-curator)
Il Dono - The Gift, Palazzo Delle Papesse, Siena; Candiani Cultural Center, Venezia; Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona, USA; Bronx Museum, New York, USA; Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, Illinois, USA; Art Gallery of Hamilton, Ontario
The Thirty Third Year: Artists Against Israel’s ‘Strong Hand’ Policy, Beit Ha’Am Gallery, Tel Aviv (Artist and co-curator)
The Angel of History, Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel
The Republics of Art: Israel, Palazzo Delle Papesse, Siena, Italy 
Regarding Raffi, Ha’Midrasha Gallery, Tel Aviv (Artist and co-curator)
Good Kids, Bad Kids, ‘Childliness’ in Israeli Art, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem
Forbidden, Ami Steinitz Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Imprisoned Without a Trial, Beit-Ha’Am, Tel Aviv
I/zkor, Ami Steinitz Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv
Shades of Sexuality, The Artists’ House, Jerusalem
Anxiety, The Museum of Israeli Art, Ramat Gan, Israel
Petty Schemes & Grand Designs, 319 Grand, New York, USA
Re-Configuring Bodies, Hunter Gallery, New York, USA
Sir-Lahatz, The Jerusalem Theater, Jerusalem

The Dust Channel, 23 minutes. Premiere: DIDMarseille. Award: Best Film, Kansk International Video Festival, Moscow
The Buried Alive Videos, SpecialMention CinemaXXI Short Films, Roma Film Festival, Rome
Hilarious, 22 minutes, Berlin, Transmediale
Tse (Out), 35 minutes, Rotterdam, Rotterdam Film Festival, Netherlands
Hilarious, 22 minutes
Out, 34 minutes
Awards: Orizzonti award for best medium-length film, The Venice Film Festival; Arte Award for best European film
Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage; Special mention, CPH:DOX, Copenhagen; Official nomination for the best film European
Academy award, the Sarajevo Film Festival
Hilarious, 22 minutes, Tate Modern, London
The Confessions of Roee Rosen, 57 minutes
Award: special mention, FidMarseille
Gagging During Confession: Names and Arms, 4’38 minutes
Confessions Coming Soon, 8’40 minutes
General Knowledge, Feeling Heart (A version of the first monologue from The Confessions of Roee Rosen, edited for the compilation Money & Guilt), 11’18 minutes
I Was Called Kuney-Lemel, 4’15 minutes
Two Women and A Man, Joanna FŸhrer-Ha’sfari on Justine Frank, 17 minutes
Awards: special Mention, Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage; GECKO award, Cinema Texas Film Festival
The Zionist Ventriloquist, A Compilation of Video Hits, 58 minutes
Guest editor, Roee Rosen — An Intimate Report, Israel’s Channel 2, 55 minutes
Dr. Cross, A Dialogue; 15 Minutes

Roee Rosen's books
Live and Die as Eva Braun and Other Intimate Stories, Edited by Edit Molnár, Marcel Schwierin
Contributions by Roee Rosen, Marcel Schwierin, Moshe Zuckermann, English/German, Sternberg Press, 2017
Vladimir’s Night – Maxim Komar-Myshkin, (Berlin and New York, Sternberg Press, 2014) 
Sweet Sweat – Justine Frank, Sternberg Press, 2009, Berlin and New York (English translation by the author); originally
published in Hebrew: Babel Publishing House, Tel Aviv, 2001
[Hebrew] Ziona™, a novel, Keter Books, 2006, Tel Aviv
[Hebrew] A Different Face (a children book), Hed Artzi Press, 2000, Or-Yehuda, Israel
[Hebrew] Lucy, Shadorian Press, 2000, Tel Aviv, translated from English by the author; original Xerox edition in English,
20 copies, 1992

Artist books and special projects

The Death of Cattelan, A Story in Stereo, 16 pages, text and mixed media, a facsimile edition, 30 copies, 2011
Ha’Aretz Haram Al-Sharif (political work in Xerox for The Thirty Third Year exhibition; 40 copies, 2001); abridged version
reprinted in: Plastica Journal, number 4, Tel Aviv, 2002, pp. 82-90
Live and Die as Eva Braun, an Illustrated Proposal for a Virtual Reality Scenario, Not to Be Realized, The Israel
Museum, Jerusalem, 1997, (bilingual edition in Hebrew and English)
Live and Die as Eva Braun, an Illustrated Proposal for a Virtual Reality Scenario, Not to Be Realized, Palazzo Delle
Papesse, Siena, 2000, bilingual edition in Italian and English, translated to Italian by Martino Marazzi
The Blind Merchant (Original Text, and the Complete Text of Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice,” 145 Drawings,
81/2” X 11”; Archival Edition: 7 Copies), 1989-1991
The Education of A Marginal Saint (Xerox edition), 1988

Selected texts published in english

Roee Rosen and Katarzyna Bojarska, “One Man and One Woman, or Too Many Characters in a Conversation,” Widok, number 5, 2014
Joanna Fuhrer–Ha’Sfari (aka Roee Rosen), “Things Collapse in the Worls: Georges Bataille with Jacob and Justine Frank,” in: Galit Eilat and Aneta Szylak, editors: C. H. O. S. E. N (Holon, The Israeli Center for Digital Art, 2014), pp. 92–112
Roee Rosen and Erika Balsom, “Dead and Alive, A Conversation,” in: Hila Peleg, editor: Berlin Documentary Forum 3 (Berlin, Haus der kulturen der welt, 2014), pp. 178–181
“Maxim Komar-Myshkin: The Buried Alive Manifesto,” in Cargo Cult, Artists from the Ex-Eastern Bloc (exhibition catalogue, MoBy – Museums of Bat-Yam), pp. 36-41
“Maxim Komar-Myshkin: The Buried Alive Manifesto, and Animation Chants for Commodities: A Little Iron,” in: Ekaterina Degot and David Riff, editors, Monday Begins on Saturday, Bergen Assembly (Berlin, Sternberg Press, 2013), pp. 186-190
“E-Mails on Guests and Hosts,” in: Steven Henry Madoff, editor, Dis/Placed, Guest and Host (The Tel Aviv Museum, 2013), pp. 32-46
(English and German) “Vengeful Animism, on Maxim Komar-Myshkin’s Vladimir’s Night,” Anselm Franke, editor,
Animism, Modernity Through the Looking Glass (Vienna, Generali Foindation, 2011), pp. 105-107
(English and Spanish) “Towards Hilarious – Former Cases of Dysfunctional Humor,” Eduardo Thomas, editor, Constelaciones De Lenguaje (Mexico, Ambulante, 2011), pp. 14-21
(English and Spanish) Hila Peleg in Conversation with Roee Rosen,” Ibid, pp. 134-147
“The Confessions of Roee Rosen,” and “Hilarious,” in: Krist Gruijthuijsen, editor, The Addition (Zurich, JRP|Ringier, 2010), pp. 227-234, pp. 341-349
“Confession,” in: Mafte’akh, Lexical Review of Political Thought, Minerva Humanities Center,
“The Law is Laughing: Fragments Following the War in Gaza,” in: Robert Kluijver, editor: Borders, Contemporary Middle Eastern Art and Discourse (The Hague, Gemak, 2009), pp. 105-108; reprinted from: Confessions of Roee Rosen (Tel Aviv, CCA, 2009)
“Roee Rosen – Confessions: A Conversation with Avi Pitchon,” Manifesta7 Companion (Silvana Editoriale, 2008), pp. 220-224
An excerpt from the novel “Ziona™,” translated by Anthony Berris, Modern Hebrew Literature, Number 3 (London, the Toby Press, 2006), pp. 103-107
“Terrible, Dangerous New Hebrews, on Zoya Cherkassky and Igal Zak,” Zoya vs Igal (exhibition brochure, GDK, Berlin)
“The Zionist Ventriloquist,” VideoZone 2 (the Center for Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv), pp.67-73
“Scatology and Other Uncanny Delights, Getting Dirty with Mike Kelley [first published in 1994],” translated by Oran Moked, in: Video One: Body-Screen-Digitalia (Exhibition Catalogue, Haifa Museum of Art, 2001), pp. 112-132
Tamar Getter, Aim Deuelle Luski and Roee Rosen, “The Thirty-Third Year, Artists Against Israel’s ‘Strong Hand’ Policy–Curator’s Statement,” (published bilingually in Studio Art Magazine, number 121, 2001, and distributed through gallery venues and the web)
“The Visibility and Invisibility of Trauma: on Traces of the Holocaust in the Work of Moshe Gershuni and in Israeli Art,” Jerusalem Review, number 2 (Tel Aviv, Ah’shav, 1998), pp. 98-118
“Beyond Idomania,” Ido Bar-El: Construction Works (Herzliya Museum of Art, Israel)
“Less and More Than Two,” Ariela Shavid: Beauty is a Promise of Happiness (The Israel Museum, Jerusalem)
Art, Money, Identity, Fragments From Contemporary American Art, The Tel Aviv Museum Press, 1992, 40 pp., Illustrated
Selected biography (except for Jewish texts)
Erika Balsom, “Dead And Alive, A Conversation With Roee Rosen,” in: Hila Peleg, editor, Berlin Documentary Forum 3 (Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2014), pp. 178-181
Jacques Mandelbaum, “Roee Rosen: Sexe, Politique et Vidéo,” Le Monde, 21. 10. 2013,
Barbara Wurm, “Spitting Out the Truth,” Sight & Sound, volume 23 issue 8, August 2013 (London, BFI), p. 61
Andrea Heinz, “Im Kleingedruckten,” Die Zeit Kultursommer 2013, pp. 50-51
Amateur d’art “par Lunettes Rouges,” “La résurrection de Justine Frank et autres histoires,” Le Monde, 29. 1. 2013,
Galit Eilat and Aneta Szylak, “Chosen,” in: The Israeli Center for Digital Art: Agenda, 2001-1012, pp. 286-298
Jessica Shepherd, “Power Dynamics Stripped Bare: ‘Vile, Evil Veil’ at Iniva,” One Stop Arts, 20th April 2012,
Stella Santacatterina and Juliet Stein, “Roee Rosen, Vile Evil Veil,” Third Text, Volume 26, Issue 5, 2012, pp. 618-622
Madeleine Bernstorff, “I Am Not Really Me,” Festival Catalogue, 58 International Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, 2012, pp. 147-149
Hila Peleg, “Artist Roee Rosen in Conversation,” Roee Rosen: Vile Evil Veil (London, INIVA, 2012), pp. 3-7
Kamila Wielebska, “I Believe in the Speculative Emancipation Art Can Offer, an Interview with Roee Rosen,” Obieg, 19.8.2011
Jean-Pierre Rhem, “The Infamous Lives of Roee Rosen,” Cinema Scope, summer 2011, issue 47, pp 15-17
Olaf Müller, “Hurts So Good, The Patently Provocative Roee Rosen,” film comment, January-February 2011, pp. 20-21
Jürg Heiser, “What is Appropriate? The Role of Art in Responding to the Holocaust,” Frieze, issue 130, April 2010, pp. 92-97
Primary Information, “Best of 2009: Roee Rosen’s ‘Justine Frank, Sweet Sweat,” Artforum, December 2009, p. 81
Aaron Schuster, “Justine Frank, Extra City,” Frieze Contemporary Art and Culture, number 123, May 2009
Jürg Heiser, “What is ‘What Is Art’?,” Frieze Magazine editor’s blog, October 2008:
Jürg Heiser, “Greetings From Benelux,” Frieze Magazine editor’s blog, February 2009:
Ernst Van Alphen, Art in Mind, How Contemporary Images Shape Thought (Chicago & London, the University of Chicago
Press, 2005).
Shelley Hornstein et al, editors, Impossible Images: Contemporary Art After the Holocaust (New York, New York
University Press, 2004)
Ariella Azoulay, “The Return Of the Repressed” / “Die Wiederkehr des VerdrŠngten,” in: Tsafrir Cohen, Avi Pitchon and
Mirjam Wenzel, editors, Wonderyears, New Reflections on the Shoah and Nazism in Israel (Berlin, NGBK, 2003), pp.
Linda Nochlin, “On Mirroring Evil: Nazi Imagery, Recent Art,” Artforum, summer 2002, pp. 167-168, 207.
Sidra DeKoven Ezrahi, “Acts of Impersonation: Barbaric Spaces as Theater,” in: Kleeblatt, editor, Mirroring Evil, pp.
Norman L. Kleeblatt, “Male Fantasies of Hitler: Confusing Gender and Identity; Roee Rosen’s Live and Die as Eva
Braun,” in: Kleeblatt, editor: Mirroring Evil, Nazi Imagery/ Recent Art (New York, The Jewish Museum and Rutgers
University Press, 2001), pp. 101-104.
Ariella Azoulay, Death’s Showcase, The Power of Image in Contemporary Democracy, translated by Ruvik Danielli
(Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press, 2001).
Roger Rothman, “Mourning and Mania, Roee Rosen’s Live and Die as Eva Braun,” in: Roee Rosen, Live and Die as Eva
Braun (The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, 1997).
Roberto M. Dainotto, “A portrait of the Artist as a Young Martyr,” in: Roee Rosen, Martyr Paintings, (Exhibition catalogue, Ramat-Gan Museum, 1994).