“It is rare to find a writer who has the ability to fathom the artist’s work at its deepest levels and communicate is understanding in such a compelling way to an audience who may just be drawn to the works surface. Miss Rosen recognizes the artist’s potential to challenge and improve human understanding.” ~Sara Shamsavari
Miss Rosen has contributed to critical essays, interviews, profiles, features, and book reviews to art and photography magazines and websites including:
With over 2 million unique visitors per month, Crave Online is the top lifestyle publisher for 13-34 men, focusing on gaming, music, and film. The site relaunched in 2015, with Miss Rosen regularly covering art, photography, books, culture, and the environment.
Dazed Digital is the online home of Dazed, a monthly British style magazine. Dedicated to youth culture and pop culture provocateurs, the site feature fearless fashion, music, art, film, politics and ideas from today’s bleeding edge, with a readership of more than 3 million worldwide. Miss Rosen regularly interviews artists and photographers for the site.
NYC, 1981 is a culture website inspired by the film “A Most Violent Year,” and a TWBE x A24 production. NYC, 1981 has been nominated for a Webby Award, alongside the likes of Vanity Fair, The New York Times, Pitchfork, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the Websites: Blog – Cultural category. Miss Rosen wrote twenty stories for the site, including features and interviews with artists, photographers, filmmakers, and gallerists.
L’Oeil de la Photographie:
L’Oeil de la Photographie is a daily newsletter detailing the international photography world, documenting an expansive array of festivals, fairs, exhibitions, events, and industry moves. It also features notable profiles and interviews, as well as archival stories and weekend portfolios. L’Oeil de la Photographie was previously known as Le Journal de la Photographie (2012-2013) and Le Lettre de la Photographie (2010-2012). Miss Rosen profiled book publishers, photographers, and gallerists for the site. She also had a weekly book column from 2011-2014, that includes more than 100 entries.
The Click and The Chic:
In 2014, Glitterati Incorporated launched The Click and The Chic, weekly columns on photography and style curated by Miss Rosen. Each edition spotlights a notable figure, organization, or event, offering a thoughtful and considered look at a life’s work in the arts from legendary artist Fernando Botero to photography’s critic emeritus Vince Aletti. For two years, Miss Rosen curated all content for The Click and The Chic, coordinating all editorial, design, production, distribution, and syndication of the feature stories.