Rose Marie Cromwell is a photographer whose work explores the effects of globalization on our intimate lives, and the tenuous space between the political and the spiritual. Currently based in Miami, she spent the past 15 years between New York, Panama, and Cuba. Her first book, El Libro Supremo de la Suerte was published in 2018 by TIS books, and was awarded the Light Work Photo Book Prize named one of the “25 Best Photobooks of 2018” by TIME Magazine. She has had solo exhibitions at Diablo Rosso Gallery and Antitesis Gallery, both in Panama City, Panama, and Institute 193 in Kentucky. Her work has also been exhibited at Aperture Foundation in New York, PRIZM Art Fair in Miami, The Philadelphia Photo Arts Center, and The Silver Eye Arts Center in Pittsburgh, among many others. Cromwell is recipient of a Fulbright Grant, a Getty Reportage grant, Oolite Creator Awards and was a Light Work Artist in Residence. She has been commissioned by many publications such as The New York Times, TIME, The New Yorker, and Harpers.
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