El Libro Supremo de la Suerte
King of Fish (in progress)
The Swamp (in progress)
Building a Diablo
Alma de Guerrero
Queens of Dancehall for The New York Times
Women in Cuban Jazz for The New Yorker
The Break for The California Sunday Magazine
Miami Babies for the FADER
Jamaica for AIRBNB
Quilombo Tenonde for The New York Times
The Look for The New York Times
The Waterfall for FT Magazine
America Votes for FT Magazine
The New Cuba for Various Publications
The Missing Monarch for Vice
God is From Colon for Harper's
Cuban Music for Pitchfork and Topic
Poisoning the River of Grass for The Intercept
Rose will have new work included in “The Universal”, a group exhibition curated by Gregory Harris, at Filter Photo Festival in Chicago this September.
“The Queens of Dancehall” was published in The New York Times.
Efrem Zelony-Mindell reviewed El Libro Supremo de la Suerte for In The In-Between.
Rose had new work from Miami included in “Delirious Cities”, a group exhibition at Aperture Foundation.
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte was included in the “Thinking of Place” exhibition at Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and Rose presented the work in a public forum.
Rose and Nelson Chan of TIS books presented El Libro Supremo de la Suerte at Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto
Wired named Rose, one of “23 Amazing Women Photographers that you should know”
Alyssa Goodman wrote about Rose’s work for her Vice column, “Photos that marry Art and Journalism Seamlessly”
Rose was included in this year’s PDN 30
The video “Alma de Guerrero” was included in Silver Eye Center of Photography’s, “Channel Silver Eye: Panama” video presentation, curated by Paula Kupfer
“A New Vanguard of Women in Cuban Jazz” was published in The New Yorker
TIME named El Libro Supremo de la Suerte, one of “The Best Photobooks of 2018”
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte, was included in the exhibition at the The Betsy Hotel, “Photography in the Global Continuum”, which opened during Art Week Miami
Rapha commissioned Rose to create “Pixel, Pigment, Point”, an installation at Rapha Miami
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte was included in the group exhibition, “All Sorrows can be Borne”, at Antenna Gallery, in New Orleans
Rose was awarded 2018 Getty Reportage Grant.
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte was awarded the 2018 Light Work Photobook Award.
Work from El Libro Supremo de la Suerte was included in the exhibition: Be Strong and Do Not Betray Your Soul: Selections from the Light Work Collection.
Rose shot the cover story for the August 2018 issue of The California Sunday Magazine.
Jon Feinstein reviewed El Libro Supremo de la Suerte for the PDN Photo Annual.
Paula Kupfer interviewed Rose for the article "Creating Community" for Spot Magazine
Images from El Libro Supremo de la Suerte will be exhibited during Milano Photo Week at Spazio Base.
Work from El Libro Supremo de la Suerte is featured in a group exhibition, No Longer Supported, at the Sara Nightingale Gallery in East Hampton, NY.
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte is reviewed in BOOKFORUM by Rebecca Bengal
Rose collaborates with writer Lauren Du Graf for Topic.com, photographing Cuba's independent music scene.
Rose shot the editoral, "A Trip through Cuba" for The Wall Street Journal
Rose's image of artist Sheena Rose, is featured on the front page of The NYTimes' Art Section for their "Best Culture Photographs of 2017" feature
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" and "Building a Diablo" will be exhibited at Prizm Art Fair during Art Basel week in Miami this December
The New York Times commissioned Rose to shoot Havana Style for The Look Style Column
The New York Times commissioned Rose to shoot Avenida Central in Panama City for The Look Style Column
FT Weekend Magazine commissioned Rose to shoot "The Waterfall" for the cover of their Summer Water Special
The New Yorker commissioned Rose to make a photo for the fiction piece "Dogs Go Wolf"
Bloomberg Businessweek commissioned Rose to shoot photos for the piece, "How the Boys Run Trump Inc.: With Other People’s Money and Some Dubious Partners"
La Estrella covers La Charada exhibition at Antitesis Gallery in Panama City.
La Prensa covers La Charada exhibition at Antitesis Gallery in Panama City.
Wallpaper features La Charada exhibition at Antitesis Gallery in Panama City.
Rose was named "One to Watch" by the British Journal of Photography, and her work will is featured in the June 2017 issue.
Rose shot the cover of the FADER's Diapora Issue May 2017 featuring Romeo Santos.
Solo exhibition of "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" will open at the Antithesis Gallery in Panama City, Panama on June 26th.
Work from "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" will be exhibited in a group show, #friendswithboats, at the Sara Nightingale Gallery, in Sag Harbor, NY, opening this Memorial Day weekend
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" is shortlisted for the MACK First Book Prize.
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" featured in Camera Austria, issue 136
Images from "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" and "IMAIM" are included in a group exhibition "I am Woman", at the Fountainhead Annex Gallery, curated by Kathryn Mikesell and Omretta Orgo.
New and older images featured in Vice's 2016 Fiction Issue
Multiple photos were featured in Best Photos that the FADER took in 2017
Photos from the "King of Fish" were included in The Year in The New Yorker Instagrams
Commissioned feature "Brand New Americans" for the FADER
Named of of "25 Captivating Photographers You Need to Know" by the FADER
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" is featured on Time Lightbox, with a text by Paula Kupfer
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" is exhibited at Merida Foto 2016, IV Festival de Fotografia de Venezuela
New work made in Miami, "The Indelible Mark of Purity", was commissioned by Vice, for their 2016 Photo issue.
Harper's Magazine commissioned images for "El Bloqueo" essay by Joy Gordon for their July Issue.
"El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" featured in Splash and Grab
Produced and photographed "Rhythm in their Blood", an essay on up and coming Cuban musicians for Pitchfork.
Commissioned images for Huffington Post accompany Blake Scott's essay, "Sailing the Gulf Stream from Key West to Havana"
Juxtapoz features "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" in April.
Les Inrocks commissioned work for their Cuba Style Special in their March 2016 issue.
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte featured on Ain't Bad Magazine.
El Libro Supremo de la Suerte featured on Capricious.
Photo Essay on the Nicaragua Canal was published in March/April issue of The California Sunday Magazine
Work featured in magazine in Material Sensible's special edition for the San Jose Photo in Uruguay with Foto Feminas.
Took over New Yorker Instagram feed.
Interview and work featured on Foto Feminas.
Photographed NAAFI for leading Gen F feature in January/February issue of The FADER
Photographed artist Carlos Cruz-Diez for December issue of
Work featured in Musee Magazine issue 13.
"The Missing Monarch", work commissioned by Vice Magazine, was included in the 2015 Vice Photography Issue, which was a collaborative project with Magnum foundation.
Commissioned work from Tocumen Panama City Airport in July's Harper's Magazine. Accompanied with an essay by Geoff Dryer.
Pre-orders of Light Work's Contact Sheet 182 are now available. Images from "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" are featured along side a beautiful essay by Matthew Leifheit.
Pre-Orders of The Ones We Love, Vol. 2 are now available. Images from "El Libro Supremo de la Suerte" are featured along side a beautiful essay by Monica Uszerowicz.
Video "The True Stories of Arrimadero" was exhibited at the Centro Cultural Espana Panama in Panama City, Panama
Video "The True Stories of Arrimadero" was exhibited at the Bio Museo in Panama City, Panama
Interview with UP Editions
"Letters from a Lost Weekend" is featured as one of the Best Vice Photographs of 2014.
Images made in Panama featured along side writing by Blake Scott, "Celebrating and Forgetting One Hundred Years at the Panama Canal" in the Huffington Post.
"Blooms" featured in Oranberg Press' SoSo, a newly released every once in awhile periodical. Also including work by Ben Alper, Jordan Baumgarten, Tammy Mercure, Magali Duzant, and an essay by Carl Gunhouse.
Select edit of "Everything Arrives" featured on Fotografia Magazine as Another Cuba, Photographer Depicts the Island Beyond Commonplaces.
Work will be shown at Fotofever in Paris, this November with UP Editions.
Donated a small special edition of prints to Estudio Nuboso's fundraiser art sale, Mini Pop-Up Art Bailable.
Images from "Everything Arrives" featured in Vice October Issue accompanying a fiction piece by Andre Dubus III.
Named Vice Employee of the Month in October.
Including in The Telegraph's blog post "Up Editions presents 15 Photographers to Watch"
"Everything Arrives" featured on Featureshoot.
"Everything Arrives" featured on Lintroller.
I am now selling prints through the documentary photography platform UP Editions, based in Brussels, Belgium.
Taking part of Bushwick Open Studios.
The photograph "The Cleansing" is included in the exhibition, "The Bruciennial" produced by BHQFU. March 7 - April 4th, at 837 Washington St, NYC
An essay about the video, "Alma de Guerrero", written by Peter Szok, was published in ARC Magazine.
I will be a 2014 Light Work Artist in Residence next September.
I will participate in Estudio Nuboso's Soil Residency in January, where artists, educators, and scientists will gather in San Lorenzo, Panama to discuss and create around the themes of soil and land-use.
The photograph "The Secret of Breaking Neck" from the project Everything Arrives was included in Daniel Cooney Fine Art's, “Emerging Artist Auction”,
"Un Buen Momento", a video piece made by youth of Cambio Creativo, in a workshop I facilitated, Propellar Centre for the Visual Arts, as part ofScotiabank's Nuit Blanche: 13.
"Alma de Guerrero", a video piece, is included as part of the exhibition"Cemetario de los Diablos" at the Allegro Gallery in Panama City, Panama, through July 12th, 2013.
The photograph, "The Cleansing", was chosen by Andy Adams and Lesley Martin to be part of the Philadelphia Photo Arts Center's Annual Juried Competition. The exhibition runs from June 13th to August 24th, 2013.
"Alma de Guerrero", a video piece, was included in the The 1st Biennial Of The South in Panama. The exhibition ran from April 15th to May 30th, 2013.