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One Person Shows:

The United States State Department in association with the Museum of the City of New York is now traveling AMERICANS BY CHOICE. This year the show opened at the Mid-East Photography festival in Aleppo, Syria and will be traveling to Damascus, Beirut, and Amman, Jordan.

American Immigration Law Foundation Gallery, Washington, DC, AMERICANS BY CHOICE: ARAB AMERICAN LIFE IN NEW YORK 1/03-3/03

Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA, AMERICANS BY CHOICE: ARAB AMERICAN LIFE IN NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA 8/4-10/27/02

Alice Austen Home Museum, Staten Island, NY, REFUGE 3/02-6/02

Museum of the City of New York, A COMMUNITY OF MANY VOICES: ARAB AMERICAN LIFE IN NEW YORK 3/02-9/02

Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY, REFUGE 7/01-9/01

Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies, Philadelphia, PA. REFUGE 10/00-1/01

Ellis Island Immigration Museum, PHOTOGRAPHS OF NEW IMMIGRANTS, 6/00-10/00

Tyler Art Gallery, SUNY/Oswego, NY, REFUGE 3/00-4/00

Roberson Museum, Binghamton, NY, REFUGE (with new pictures of 4 refugee families who now live in Binghamton) 9/99-2/00

New York Historical Society, NYC, REFUGE (with new pictures of Tibetans and Palestinians) 4/99-7/99

Munson Williams Proctor Institute, Utica, NY, REFUGE (with new pictures of refugees from Utica 2/97-4/98

New York State Museum, Albany, NY, REFUGE 5/97-10/97

DuBois Gallery, Lehigh University, PA. DISPLACED (A Retrospective) (1/96-3/96)

Universidad de Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras, P.R. VILLA SIN MIEDO, PRESENTE! 9/95-1/96

Museo De Vieques, Puerto Rico, VILLA SIN MIEDO, PRESENTE! 7/94-11/94

Syracuse Stage Gallery, Syracuse, NEW NEIGHBORS IN OUR TOWN (Portraits of refugees who live in Syracuse to go with a run of "Our Town" 3/94

Syracuse Stage Gallery, Syracuse, HOMELESSNESS (Photographs from my book on homelessness to go with run of "A Christmas Carol" 11/93-1/94

Univ. De Costa Rica/Museo de Arte, San Jose, Costa Rica SIN FRONTERAS: FOTOS DE AMERICA LATINA 9/90

Labor Gallery, Van Arsdale School of Labor Studies, NYC. TIPITAPA, NICARAGUA 10/89

Fototeca, Habana, Cuba. PHOTOGRAPHS OF NEW YORK CITY 11/88

Univ. De Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica EN EL SUR DEL BRONX 11/87

Goddard Riverside Gallery, NYC, TIPITAPA, NICARAGUA 10/87

S.U.N.Y. at Stoney Brook, NEW WORK 5/87

PS 1, Long Island City, N.Y. IN THE SOUTH BRONX OF AMERICA 1/87

Consejo de Fotografia; Caracas, Venezuela. SIN FRONTERAS: FOTOS DE AMERICA LATINA Y EL SUR DEL BRONX (3/86)

Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University, NJ. PORTRAITS, 2/85

Multi-Cultural Art Center; San Diego, CA. VILLA SIN MIEDO 5/84

Lowe Art Gallery, Syracuse University; Syracuse, NY. IN THE SOUTH BRONX OF AMERICA, 10/84

Bread and Roses Gallery, NYC. IN THE SOUTH BRONX 11/81

Taller Latino Americano; NYC, VILLA SIN MIEDO 11/82

Selected Group Shows:

HERE IS NEW YORK Rosenthal's photographs from the result of the attack on the World Trade Center have been exhibited in HERE IS NEW YORK shows all over the United States and in London, Paris, Berlin, Rome, Dublin, and so many other places that they can't be tracked.

HOPE! Madame Tussauds in New York City and in Europe. (Photographs of the workers in Zone Zero after the attack on the World Trade Center).

BEGGARS AND CHOOSERS: MOTHERHOOD IS NOT A CLASS PRIVILAGE IN AMERICA, A major exhibition curated by Rickie Solinger and Kay Obering which is now touring the United States and is going to more than 15 venues including the Birmingham Alabama Civil Rights Institute, Hampshire College, Drake University University of California at Santa Barbara, Skidmore College, Hamilton College, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Fredonia's Rockefeller Gallery, University of Colorado, University of Mississippi, and Evergreen College. International Center for Photography, photographs from IN THE SOUTH BRONX OF AMERICA as part of Martha Rosler's retrospective show of her work and the work she has curated. Jewish Museum, New York, NEW YORK CAPITAL OF PHOTOGRAPHY 4/28-9/2/02 The Museums at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, New Neighbors 2/00-7/00 Bronx Museum of Art, Urban Mythologies: Artists Look at the Bronx, (4/99-8/99)

Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Trial By Water, (11/97-12/97)

Milton J. Weil Art Gallery, NYC, In Search of Promise: Immigration in America, (9/97-12/97) A Nation of Strangers (Points of Entry) A Major exhibit toured the United States curated by Arthur Ollman and Vicki Goldberg It has been shown at over a dozen major museums. Hostos Gallery, Bronx, N.Y. 5 Pictures from "Refuge" (2/96-4/96)

Queens College, NYC, "Triage: The Crisis In Health,(1994)

Museo De Vieques, Puerto Rico; Historical Buildings (9/91)

Empire Gallery, NYC; "Collateral Damage: Photographs from the Impact Visuals Photo Agency. (6/91)

Bread and Roses Gallery (DC 1199); NYC " "Triage: The Crisis In Health"(1990)

Dia Art Foundation Gallery, "If You Lived Here" 3 Exhibits on Homelessness curated by Martha Rosler, NYC(1989)

S.U.N.Y. Galleries in two separate traveling exhibits (1980s)

Long Island University, New Immigrants Show, (1987)

Abyssinian Baptist Church; NYC. The South Bronx (1986)

New Museum; NYC. The Nicaragua Media Project (1985)

Casa De Las Americas; Habana, Cuba. New Works (4/85)

New York State Museum; Albany South Bronx Photos (4/83)

White Apple Gallery; Ithaca, Cuba Photos (3/79)

Philadelphia Art Alliance; Philadelphia, PA. Cuba Photos, (1978)

Visual Studies Workshop; Rochester, NY. Photographs of Cuba (10/78)

Parsons School of Design; NYC. Cuba Photos (7/77)

PHOTOGRAPHIC CREDITS (partial listing):

Boston Globe, New York Times, Newsweek, Fortune, Rolling Stone, Artforum, Ikon, Village Voice, El Diario-La Prensa, Scholastic Magazine, Newsday, Haiti Observateur, Stern, Paris-Match, Z Magazine, Social Policy, Rolling Stone, Food Monitor, New World Review, Food First, Nicaraguan Perspectives, Fiction International, Radical Teacher, Signs, Black Scholar, Tri-Continental, NACLA Report On The Americas, Latin American Perspectives, Public Welfare, Utne Reader, Machete, Ford Foundation, W. T. Grant Foundation, Foundation For Child Development and North Star Foundation. Annual Reports and other publications, including variousbooks on the history of art and in trade and text books

PUBLICATIONS:

JOINED AT THE HEART: THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE AMERICAN FAMILY BY AL AND TIPPER GORE (Henry Holt, 2002)

HERE IS NEW YORK: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 9/11 (Scala, 2002)

A COMMUNITY OF MANY WORLDS: ARAB AMERICAN LIFE IN NYC (Syracuse U. Press, 2002)

IN THE SOUTH BRONX OF AMERICA (9/01, Curbstone Books).

SILVERWOLF HOMELESS PROJECT (1995) An audio CD of folk and contemporary music. Rosenthal/s photographs are part of the text. The profits go to build housing for people without homes.

BEYOND HOMELESSNESS (1992, University of Iowa Press. My photographs with interviews edited by Ben Giammo Jeffrey Greenberg.)

VILLA SIN MIEDO, PRESENTE! (Jan, 1991, Claves Latinoamericano, Mexico) My photographs with a text by John Brentlinger. About a utopian community in Puerto Rico. My critical articles have appeared in Art And Artists, Nueva Luz, SPOT, Afterimage, and various small art newsletters and magazines.





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