Rosa Polin is a photographer from Brooklyn, New York. She believes there is a constant tension between archetypal forces waiting to be revealed in discourse around technology, art, fashion and beauty. The energy around such topics is as profound as Gods at war; there’s nothing lowbrow or simple about a photographic portrait. She is interested in trends because they speak to the timeless. When we grapple with the image, the body, the face, we grapple with human nature. She believes in art as catharsis and is interested in the struggle between individuation and identification, form and intuition, ego and the unconscious. Rosa received her BA in photography from Bard College in 2016 and her MFA in photography at the Yale School of Art in 2022. Selected group exhibitions include When Ethics Meets Aesthetics, Leica Galerie, Milan, IT (2018); PhotoVogue/Visions, BASE Milano, Milan, IT (2017), and Labs New Artists, Red Hook Labs, Brooklyn, NY (2017).