Tamara Rosenblum is an American artist working in video and photography currently based in Paris. Her central inquiries include the shapes our parent’s bodies made when they took care of us, the archetypes that are tentpoles of mother and father, and the performance of hero myths.
MFA Photography and New Media California Institute of the Arts (2013); BA Latin American history Amherst College (2004).
Teaching artist, ArtWorxLA. Photography Instructor, Oakwood School (L.A). Photography Instructor, California State Summer School for the Arts. Photography Instructor, International Center for Photography (NYC). Curatorial Research Assistant for Alma Ruiz, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. Video Installation/Video Editor, Annie Leibovitz Women Exhibition Hong Kong and Mexico City.
Tamara has exhibited her work at La Mama New York City, The Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, The Echo Park Film Center (L.A), Highways Performance Space (L.A), The Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Vincent Price Art Museum (L.A). Tamara’s work has been published by Powerhouse Press and The Village Voice.