Foreign Policy Magazine commissioned me to create an image for the May/June 2015 issue. The spread called “Visual Statement” is “where we invite an artist or designer to communicate something about the world in which he or she lives”. A great opportunity to express another view of marine pollution. 

 


Happy to announce the latest from my collaboration with Uncommon Goods. Photobotanicus images on large statement pillows. "Ferns" and "Timothy".

 

National Geographic Brazil, Cover and Feature story. "LIXO" (Trash) January, 2014.

 

 

June 22, 2014 Sunday New York Times Metropolitan Section features my project "Found In Nature".
"Garbage In, Garbage Out" by Stuart Miller.

  

 


"Found in Nature" installation in lobby of Brooklyn Army Terminal Bldg B. August 28 - December 31, 2014. This installation has been made possible by a significant grant from chashama.


 

 

Check out my new collaboration. It's with the product development team at Uncommon Goods. They created drinking glasses, made in the USA, using my Pop Tops image...Stay tuned for our next collaboration.



 

 

Barry Rosenthal is an award winning photographer and artist. He works out of his studio at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, Brooklyn, New York. He creates his collections 'Found in Nature' and 'Photobotanicus' from found objects. His work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, New YorkCurrently artist resident at .