Founded in 2006 by Vanessa Liberati, Gitana Rosa represents contemporary art by emerging and established artists encouraging social, political, and environmental discourse.
From its inception, Gitana Rosa has been committed to social and environmental consciousness, and has integrated those values in the gallery’s programming through the use of post-consumer recycled paper and soy-based inks for marketing collateral, wind power and energy-efficient LED lighting, and the creative reuse of upcycled building materials and furnishings. Gitana Rosa also donates a portion of sales to organizations such as The Nature Conservancy, the World Wildlife Fund, and the Human Impacts Institute.
Continuing our mission to facilitate a meaningful interaction between artists, art lovers, and the environment, Gitana Rosa has entered an exciting new phase in its programming. After producing countless widely-praised exhibitions in the gallery’s spaces in Brooklyn, Chelsea, and Piermont, NY, we have transitioned to an entirely digital model. The redesigned Gitana Rosa website acts as a hub for artist profiles and interviews, as well as online exhibitions and the sale of limited editions and original works.
The Gitana Rosa team is thrilled to connect with an audience that expands far beyond the walls of a single gallery, and will continue providing a space to stimulate dialogue, promote sustainable methods of living, and inspire positive ideas.