My work explores complexities within the urban environment, shifting between straight photography and digital manipulation. I am fascinated by the way in which the place I live in functions, and the constantly changing appearance of my surroundings. The series “Boswijck” focuses on the unique cityscape of Bushwick neighborhood in Brooklyn NY. I am intrigued by the cultural confetti reflected in its diverse and colorful architecture. The work titled “Boswijck” – the neighborhood’s original name, meaning “little town in the woods” – highlights this diversity by visually isolating different architectural styles of this neighborhood and showing them as abstract two-dimensional relics.
Niv Rozenberg is a Brooklyn based photographer originally from Israel. He holds an MFA in Photography from Parsons, The New School for Design, and previously graduated with honors from Hadassah College in Israel. He received several awards including: Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, Dave Bown Projects, 1st Place in the International Photography Awards (The Lucie Foundation), and was selected to be the exclusive photographer for the first and second Frieze Art Fair New York campaigns. Niv’s work has been shown nationally and internationally, most recently including: Glass Box gallery, BRIC Biennial, Simon/Neuman2 Gallery, a public exhibition by Art-Bridge, and has been published in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Aperture and Humble Arts Foundation among others.