Image courtesy of Grand Arts, Kansas City, MO

 

         Rosemarie Fiore  (b. 1972, New York, United States) lives and works in Bronx, NY.  She typically produces artwork out of the actions of mechanisms.  She converts popular technology such as lawn mowers, cars, waffle irons, floor polishers, pinball machines, fireworks and amusement park rides into painting machines.

         Fiore received her BA from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville and MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.   She has attended residencies at Art Omi International Artists Residency Program, Yaddo, Skowhegan, The MacDowell Colony, Roswell Foundation AIR Program, Saltonstall Foundation AIR Program, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and the Bronx Museum (AIM Program). 

         Awards received have been granted through The New York Foundation for the Arts, The New York State Council for the Arts, The Sally and Milton Avery Foundation, The Bronx Council on the Arts, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Foundation, The Lower East Side Print Shop, NY and The Dieu Donne Paper Mill, NY. 

         Her solo and group exhibitions include:  The SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, GA, SCAD Atlanta Gallery and SCAD Hong Kong Gallery; Von Lintel Gallery, NY; Winkleman Gallery, NY; The Anderson Gallery VCUarts, Richmond, VA; Grand Arts, Kansas City; The Bronx Museum, NY; The Weatherspoon Art Museum, NC; The Queens Museum of Art, NY; Socrates Sculpture Park, NY; The Roswell Museum, NM and The Franklin Institute of Science, Philadelphia. 

         She has been reviewed by The New York Times, New York Magazine, Art in America, Artforum, The Village Voice, NY Arts Magazine, FLAUNT Magazine, Art Papers Magazine, The Washington Post and Art on Paper.

         Fiore is represented by Von Lintel Gallery, NY.