• Just Say No, 2018 Inkjet on newsprint, Nancy Reagan anti- drug campaign pin Courtesy the artist
  • All These Events Are True, But None of Them Happened, 2018 Installation view, Carlos/Ishikawa, London
  • Rose Salane, The Portal, 2018 Glass paneled cabinet, New York Times newspaper
  • Rose Salane, The Portal (detail), 2018 Glass paneled cabinet, New York Times newspaper
  • Rose Salane, Indigo 237, 2018 Installation view, Company, New York

List Projects: Rose Salane

ShowingApril 23, 2019 - May 26, 2019

Rose Salane (b 1992, Queens, New York) studies significant social and cultural moments—events that create shifts in how we see the world and whose impact transcends generation and demographic. In objects, images, and text, she magnifies the details associated with these historic turns as a means of uncovering the intimate and personal stories that are often lost in the larger historical narrative. Much of Salane’s current research considers life in the urban environment, specifically within New York City, and how memory functions in relation to institutional systems. As such, her perspective is one that savors the overlooked and subtle in the face of spectacle.

Rose Salane has recently exhibited at Company Gallery, NY; Carlos/Ishikawa, London, UK; Francesca Pia, Zurich, Switzerland; and Swiss Institute, Rome, Italy. Salane attended the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, NY and is currently enrolled at the Bernard & Anne Spitzer School of Architecture at City College of New York, CUNY. This will be her first solo exhibition at an institution.

List Projects: Rose Salane is organized by Yuri Stone, Assistant Curator, MIT List Visual Arts Center.

Exhibitions at the List Center are made possible with the support of Fotene Demoulas & Tom Coté, Audrey & James Foster, Idee German-Schoenheimer, Joyce Linde, Jane & Neil Pappalardo, Cynthia & John Reed, and Terry & Rick Stone. In-kind media sponsorship provided by 90.9 WBUR. Additional funding for List Projects was also provided by the National Endowment for the Arts and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.

General operating support is provided by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the Council for the Arts at MIT; Philip S. Khoury, Associate Provost at MIT; the MIT School of Architecture + Planning; the Mass Cultural Council; and many generous individual donors. The Advisory Committee Members of the List Visual Arts Center are gratefully acknowledged. 

  • Rose Salane, Just Say No, 2018
    Inkjet on newsprint, Nancy Reagan anti- drug campaign pin
    Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa, London

  • Rose Salane, All These Events Are True, But None of Them Happened, 2018
    Installation view, Carlos/Ishikawa, London
    Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa, London

  • Rose Salane, The Portal, 2018
    Glass paneled cabinet, New York Times newspaper
    Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa, London

  • Rose Salane, The Portal (detail), 2018
    Glass paneled cabinet, New York Times newspaper
    Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa, London

  • Rose Salane, Indigo 237, 2018
    Installation view, Company, New York
    Courtesy the artist and Carlos/Ishikawa, London