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Rosemarie Chiarlone

Homelessness, 2004

drawing with indelible ink on 22 clear Dura-lar sheets, matte Dura-lar endsheets, hard bound cover of canvas stained with dirt and coffee grinds covered with plastic.

14 ½ in. x 17 ½ in.

Rosemarie Chiarlone is an american artist based in Miami.  She received her degrees from The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and at Florida International University, Miami, Florida. Her work addresses the physical and psychological boundaries of human connectedness and the impact of its loss in the several contexts, both individually and within a larger societal scope. This is explored in works on paper, artist books, installation and video.

Homelessness is a piece that is part of a recurring theme in Chiarlone’s work

Tangled, 2007

pelon material and applique

12 in. x 12 in. x 1/4 in

Museum purchase with funds from the MOCA POP 8 1/2 Fundraiser.