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    Alexandra Rozenman was born into a dissident family in Moscow in 1971. She had an early interest in art that was encouraged by her parents, and for five years attended the Art School for Children at the Museum of Fine Arts in Moscow. She went on to take classes from a group of dissident artists who had established a studio and gave classes to children. She was able to study under the dissident artist Grisha Bruskin, who later gained world acclaim as an émigré artist. In 1989, at the age of 18, Rozenman moved to the U.S. with her family, part of the decade’s wave of Russian Jewish emigration. Rozenman received a BFA in Painting in 1995 from Empire College, State University of New York, and an MFA from The School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA in 1997. After spending a decade living and teaching art in Minneapolis, she returned to Boston where she is currently based. Rozenman’s work is clearly delineated by geographic location: her early work in Russia had elements of the personal symbols and drawin
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