Rosalyn Song (Chaewon Song) is an artist whose works have been featured internationally in magazines and exhibitions. Her career as an artist began after her studies in anthropology and continues today with her many travels around the world. Rosalyn's works has evolved from her earlier 35mm film photography focused on urban landscapes to capture the feelings of loneliness and emptiness to her most recent works with cyanotype photography on traditional Korean mulberry paper to examine the relationship of color and paper to reflect the themes of unity and communication.
“One Hour Photo Project,” American University, Washington DC, USA 2010
“Managed Landscape,” Darkroom Gallery, VT, USA 2010
“National Cell Phone Photography Exhibition,” Southern Louisiana University Contemporary Art Gallery, USA, 2010
“Snapshots,” Black Box Gallery, Oregon, USA, 2011
"Wet Weather," Don't Take Pictures, online exhibition, 2015
"Nothing special", LA Photo Curator, 2015
“In Celebration of Trees,” PhotoPlace Gallery, VT, USA, 2016
"Professor Ma with lively Rosalyn", Dual exhibition with Professor Gwangsoo Ma(painting), Art Space Hue, Seoul, Korea, 2016
"The Texas project-Closure," Seoul, Korea, 2016
"Green," Darkroom Gallery, VT, USA, 2016
"Modern Art Show," Seoul Art Center, Korea, 2017
"FOCUS 2018," b. j. spoke gallery, New York, USA, 2018 (curated by Kelly Sidley, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, NY)
"ARTMINING SEOUL 2018," DDP, Seoul, 2018
“Phoenix,” Art Space Hue, Seoul, Korea, 2011
"Counterfeit Chicks," Gallery Shingyo, Seoul, Korea, 2014
“Professional Photographers of the year of 2010, finalist,” Professional Photographer UK magazine, 2010
"9th Photo show | International Color Awards 2016, Nominee," UK 2016
F-Stop Magazine, Incandescent, LandEscape, Don't Take Pictures, I Love That Photo, etc.
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