Museum of Contemporary Religious Art

October 19, 2010

James Rosen exhibition reviewed

MOCRA’s exhibition James Rosen: The Artist and the Capable Observer, was reviewed in the Sunday, October17, 2010, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Reviewer Sarah Bryan Miller notes the “mysterious and lingering” effect of Rosen’s wax and oil/wax emulsion paintings. She also touches on the central implication of the exhibition’s title: “James Rosen’s paintings make demands on the observer’s time: time of contemplation, time for consideration, time for appreciation.”

We hope that you will take the time to read the review, and to visit the exhibition.

–David Brinker, Assistant Director

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  1. [...] As noted recently, we are pleased to have received a review of MOCRA’s James Rosen exhibition in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. We are truly grateful for the coverage, but sadly, such coverage in our local daily newspaper is now the exception rather than the rule. [...]

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