Roslyn Rose will display her first solo exhibition since she moved to Rochester 18 months ago May 4-27 in the Theater Gallery at Multi-use Community Cultural Center, 142 Atlantic Ave., Rochester.
The exhibit will feature digitally manipulated photographic montages that incorporate scenes near her studio on Goodman Street with images from around the world.
She recently relocated to Rochester and has spent time photographing her new city. Her work, “The Genesee River,” unites two views of the Susan B. Anthony and Frederick Douglass bridge with an abandoned European building.
Rose will attend a reception to celebrate her exhibit from 4 to 6 p.m. May 6.
The gallery is open by appointment. Private and group viewings can be arranged.
For information, call 201-910-1603 or visit roslynrose.com.