Rose Marie Cromwell is a photographic and video artist, whose work explores the effects of globalization on human interaction and social politics. She is also interested in the tenuous space between the political and the spiritual.

Grants, Awards, Artist Residencies:
PDN 30, 2019
Unveil’d Photobook Award Shortlist, 2019
25 Best Photobooks by TIME, 2018
ASME Best Cover Awards, Two Nominations, 2018
Getty Reportage Grant, 2018
Light Work Photobook Award, 2018
MACK First Book Prize Shortlist, 2017
Light Work Artist in Residence, 2014
Estudio Nuboso Artist Residency, 2013
Syracuse University Full Fellowship, 2009-2012
IIE Fulbright Fellowship, 2007
Meyer Traveling Fellowship, 2005

El Libro Supremo de la Suerte, published by tis Books and Lightwork, 2018
25 Photographers under 25: Up and Coming Photographers Book, PowerHouse Books, 2008

Solo Exhibitions:
Pixel, Pigment, and Point, Rapha Miami, Miami, 2018
La Charada, Antitésis Gallery, Panama City, Panama, 2017
Sentimento Afro-Antillano, Museo Afro-Antilliano, Panama City, Panama, 2011
Sentimento Afro-Antillano, Diablo Rosso, Panama City, Panama, 2007

Select Group Exhibitions:
Filter Foto Festival, “The Universal”, Chicago, IL, 2019 (UPCOMING)
Aperture Foundation, “Delirious Cities”, NYC, 2019
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, “Thinking of a Place”, Philadelphia, 2019
Silver Eye Center of Photography, “Channel Silver Eye: Panama”, Pittsburgh, 2019
The Betsy Hotel, “Photography in the Global Continuum”, Miami, 2018
Antenna Gallery, “All Sorrows can be Borne”, New Orleans, 2018
Light Work, Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections from the Light Work Collection, 2018
Sara Nightingale Gallery, “No Longer Supported”, The Hamptons, 2018
Prizm Art Fair, Art Basel, Miami, Florida, 2017
Sara Nightingale Gallery, “Friends with Boats”, The Hamptons, 2017
Milano Photo Week, “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, Spazio Labo, Milan, Italy, 2017
Foto Merida, projected presentation of “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, Merida, Mexico, 2016
Just Another Photo Festival, “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, New Dehli, India, 2016
BHQFU’s Bruccienial, Work included in the all-female Biennial exhibition, Washington St, New York, 2014
Daniel Cooney Fine Art, “Emerging Artist Auction”, Curated by Daniel Cooney, New York, 2013
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, Curated by Andy Adams and Lesley Martin, 2013
Allegro Gallery, “Cementario de los Diablos”, Panama City, Panama, 2013
Bienale del Sur: Figali Center, “Por Mi Lloraras”, Panama City, Panama, 2013
Spazio Labo, Centro Di Fotografia, “Women in Multimedia”,Italy, 2012
Dumbo Art Space, “Welcome to Tomorrow”, Organized by Amani Olu, New York, 2012
CFAC, “You are Here”, Curated by Carrie Weems and David Ross. Syracuse, NY, 2011
LOOKbetween, Projected Multimedia, Virginia, 2010

Select Bibliography:
BOOKFORUM, “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte” book review by Rebecca Bengal, 2018
PDN, “Cuba by the Numbers”, book review by Jon Feinstein, 2018
Spot Magazine, “Creating Community”, Interview with Paula Kupfer, 2018
British Journal of Photography, “One to Watch”, Annual Summer Issue, 2017
Camera Austria, Feature of “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”,2017
Oxford American, Feature of “IMAIM”, 2017
The Ones We Love, feature of “El Libro Supremo”, essay by Monica Uszerowicz, 2016
Time Lightbox,  feature of “El Libro Supremo”, essay by Paula Kupfer, 2016
Splash and Grab,  feature of “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, essay by Jessie Bond, 2016
Vice Photo Issue, feature of “IMAIM”, 2016
Musee Magazine, feature of “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, 2015
Light Work Catalog, feature of “El Libro Supremo de la Suerte”, essay by Matt Leifheit, 2015
Vice Photo Issue, feature of “The Missing Monarch”, 2015
Foto Feminas, Feature of “El Libro Supremo” and Interview, 2015
Arc Magazine, “Alma de Guerrero: A Short Film on the Death of Panama’s Buses”, by Peter Szok, 2014
Vice Photo Issue, feature of “Blooms”, 2014
Lay Flat, Featured Interview Exchange with Artist Irina Rozovsky,,2012
25 under 25: Up and Coming American Photographers Book, Vol 2. PowerHouse, 2008

Artist Talks:
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival
The Humid
University of Georgia
Fundación Casa Santa Ana
Syracuse University
Massachusetts College of Art and Design
International Center of Photography
Maryland Institute College of Art
Salt Center for Documentary Studies
College of Staten Island
LaGuardia Community College

Teaching Experience:
Syracuse University
Aperture Foundation
International Center of Photography

Associated Organizations:
Cambio Creativo
Estudio Nuboso