Moses Ros • Supernaturalmente, 2018 Linocut and chine collé

This print addresses the issue of commodifying water and the environment. The image is of two crumpled up bottles of water swirling around each other. Water in a bottle is not its natural state but is a common way to access this vital life sustaining substance. And so, it has become artificial in a sense, a commodity for sale, a plastic container to be discarded in the oceans. A new problematic cycling of water is taking place, Supernaturalmente attempts to highlight this.

$ 275.00

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Moses Ros is a Dominican-American sculptor, painter, and printmaker that has created large-scale public art commissions for the New York Department of Cultural Affairs, Bronx Council for the Arts, and New York City Housing Authority, plus stained-glass windows for the Metropolitan Transit Authority. I have had solo exhibitions at the Bronx Museum of the Arts, Yeshiva University Museum in New York, the Paterson Museum in New Jersey, and El Instituto de Cultura y Arte in Santiago, Dominican Republic. My work is held in corporate and public collections, including the Smithsonian Museum of American Art and El Museo del Barrio. I earned a B. Arch. from Pratt Institute and work as an architect.