Girjesh Kumar Singh
Shuster + Moseley
Levi van Veluw
rosenfeld was established in 2011 taking over 3,000 sqft over two floors in a prime location in Central London.
With six exhibitions per year, the gallery space has granted notable exposure for gallery artists and curated projects. Every year the gallery organises at least one exhibition related to a theme in which both gallery artists and invited artists participate. Moreover, these occasions present a ‘tabula rasa’ situation which enables the gallery to think ‘out of the box’.
The gallery has also held performances both in dance and theatre, conferences, book presentations and concerts as it tries to be all-inclusive in its attitude to the arts.
The mission behind the gallery’s choice of artists was both to make it completely international in outlook but also to look at artists who, in their own individual ways, focus primarily on the development of their artistic language while also engaging with political, economic, social, personal and spiritual narratives.
rosenfeld’s constant dialogue with institutions resulted in several exhibitions in collaboration with museum and institutions. In the last few years many of our artists were presented in both solo and group exhibitions, including Riccardo Guarneri at the Museo Novecento in Florence (2019), Ruozhe Xue at the Wuhan Museum of Art (2019), Nicola Samorí at the Fondazione Stelline in Milan and the Yu-Hsiu Museum in Taiwan (2019) and Leonardo Drew at the Madison Square Park (2019) and Hammer Museum in Los Angeles (2020). Other institutional presentations include Keita Miyazaki at The Palais de Tokyo in Paris (2018), Cesare Lucchini retrospective at Bern KunstMuseum (2016-17), Sebastian Gordin’s mid-career retrospective at Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires (2014), Keita Miyazaki at Daiwa Foundation (2015), Levi van Veluw at Marres House for Contemporary Culture in Maastricht (2016), Eduardo Stupia at Sao Paulo Biennial (2012) and Nicola Samorí at Kunsthalle Tubingen (2012).
rosenfeld premiered the work of Nicola Samori, Levi van Veluw, Cesare Lucchini and Enrique Brinkmann, whose practice arches over five decades of Spanish history, in the UK. The gallery encourages and supports artists to realise special projects, among which Keita Miyazaki’s acclaimed site-specific sculpture for Sculpture in the City London and the collateral exhibitions in the historical settings of Sant’Apollonia in Venice during the Venice Biennale 2015, 2017 and 2019.