American painter Rosson Crow is known for her lush large-scale canvases that depict, with nostalgia, interior spaces informed by a diverse range of historical and theatrical references: cowboy culture, Baroque and Rococo interior design, Las Vegas architecture, theater, and music. In her 2015 solo exhibition at Honor Fraser in Los Angeles, the artist explored the fictional world of Madame Psychosis, an aging showgirl obsessed with the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Crow explores individual psychology and the ways in which national identity is shaped around moments of historical significance.
One-person exhibitions of Crow’s work have been presented at Musée Régional d'Art Contemporain de Sérignan in France, Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. Her work has been included in thematic exhibitions such as Contemporary Magic: A Tarot Deck Art Project at The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, Summer Exhibition, at Royal Academy of Arts, Le Meilleur des Mondes at Musee d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean in Luxembourg, New York Minute, at Macro Future Museum in Rome, and Out of Storage I – Painters Choose from the Collection at Musee d'Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean in Luxembourg.