Claire Rosen (b. 1983) is an award-winning American artist whose elaborate large-scale photographic constructions often feature anthropomorphic animals evoking the aesthetics of classical painting. The whimsical images captivate with a fascination of the natural world while encouraging viewers to think more deeply about their relationships to these creatures.
Rosen has twice earned a place on Forbes “30 under 30” list for Art & Design and her work has received recognition from Aesthetica Art Prize, Communication Arts, IPA, Graphis, PDN, The Photoville Fence, and Px3. The work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Creative Quarterly, Der Greif, Direct Art, Fast &Co, featureShoot, The Guardian, NPR, National Geographic, PDN, Refinery29, Smithsonian Magazine, Slate, and The Washington Post. The work has been exhibited worldwide, from New York to Seoul, and can be found in a number of private and public collections.
Rosen graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2006 and Bard College at Simon's Rock in 2003.