Andrea Rosenthal’s photographs are in the collections of the United States Ambassador’s Residence, Oslo, Norway; the Center for Photographic Art, Denver CO, the Workmen’s Circle, Los Angeles CA and in numerous private collections.
In Fall, 2012 she will design and curate as well as exhibit in a group exhibition, “Women 360,” at the South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA. She has been a solo or featured artist in recent exhibitions at Newbury College Gallery, Brookline Arts Center, and the Griffin Museum of Photography . Her work has appeared in juried group shows at the South Shore Art Center, Provincetown Art Association, Fuller Craft Museum, and Tufts University Gallery.
Andrea’s book, “Stations of the Scale: A Photographic Memoir About Food and Suffering, Rosenpho (Lulu), 2009 was selected for exhibition in Photobook2011 at the Davis Orton Gallery, Hudson, NY. It includes photographs and word and image art. In addition to the on-going series, Stations of the Scale, she participates in a mixed-media collaboration with a sculptor/printmaker about worldwide sex trafficking.
Mark Feeney reviewed her work in the Boston Globe in 2010; other reviews and articles include Dayrimis Fleites in the Brookline Hub, 2011 and Chris Bergeron in Metrowest Daily News, 2010.She appeared on Brookline Cable Television in an interview by Karma Kitaj in 2011 and spoke to the Human Feeding Behavior and Eating Disorders class at Northeastern University in 2011.
Rosenthal studied photography at the Griffin Museum, Lesley University, Radcliffe College, the New England School of Photography, Rochester Institute of Technology, and Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Degrees she holds include the Barnard College AB, Harvard Graduate School of Education EdM, and an MLS from Simmons Graduate School of Library and Information Science.