Trix Rosen is an NY/NJ based photographer. Her career has embraced the fields of fine art photography, photojournalism, portraiture and historic architectural preservation. The scope of her fine art is driven by a desire to make a difference through addressing social justice issues that can transform local and global perspectives. Her spectrum of portfolios explores gender fluidity and identity within the LGBTQ community as well as documents endangered architecture.
Three years ago Trix was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. She spent the first years commuting to exercise classes in New York City and Brooklyn. Now, as a Jersey City resident, her Parkinson's community has shrunk. The retrospective will offer viewers the opportunity to engage with pieces from every stage of her career (including her feminist slide show, “Maîtresse,” seen last year at MoMA) while bringing together people from the Parkinson's community in Hoboken and Jersey City. Donations can be made before the event to support Parkinson's disease and to help build a community of people living with PD in the local area.