Miss Rosen has contributed to critical essays, interviews, profiles, features, and book reviews to art, culture, fashion, and style magazines around the world including:
For over 40 years, L’Uomo Vogue has led the men’s magazine market in terms of prestige and influence, and is an indispensable resource both for industry insiders and anyone who wishes to stay informed about contemporary society. Miss Rosen wrote a story on Subway Art History for their April 2011 issue.
Jocks & Nerds Magazine:
Jocks & Nerds is a UK-based men’s quarterly magazine dedicated to style, history, and culture. Miss Rosen wrote profiles of pioneering African-American figures in music, photography, and fashion for Jocks & Nerds.
Whitewall is the only independent art and luxury lifestyle magazine. Published quarterly, Whitewall began to set new standards for high-end, luxury publications with its launch in March 2006. Miss Rosen wrote “Art Outsider,” a regular column in the print edition of Whitewall, in which she covered art exhibitions by Dave Choe, Vincent Cianni, Jim Jocoy, and Hamburger Eyes, among others in the New York City and San Francisco museum and gallery scenes.
Grey is a fashion magazine published biannually as an oversized hardcover, printed in Italy. Miss Rosen wrote “Better Living Through Destiny,” a personal essay published in Issue VIII.
Swindle was a bi-monthly arts and culture publication founded in 2004 by artist Shepard Fairey. Miss Rosen wrote feature stories on photography, as well as inspired creation of the fashion column “Closet Cases.”
Fusing the worlds of art, photography, design, fashion, pop culture, advertising, music, dance, and film into a glorious magazine unlike anything you’ve ever seen, powerHouse Magazine showcases artists and writers who share our collective vision about culture and its place in our world. As Editor of powerHouse Magazine, Miss Rosen was responsible for conceptualizing, producing, and promoting each issue of the twice-yearly publication, which launched in October 2006. She then used the editorial focus as the inspiration for a central group exhibition she curated at the powerHouse Arena, Brooklyn. But the magazine is more than an exhibition catalogue: it is a stand-alone publication designed to complement the show by featuring a selection of carefully curated work, creating a deeply informed collection of work providing unparalleled insight into the world in which we live today.