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Dean Rossiter is an internationally renowned artist from the U.K specialising in painting, collage and photography.  


Dean’s genre spanning works are underpinned by an abstract language which explores themes of communication, engagement and consumption in our digital and post truth world.


Having been born after the creation of the internet and having grown up through the technological revolution of the 90's and 00's, Dean explains that his interest in art “lies at the intersection of organic and synthetic experience. I see a world that’s increasingly digitalised where both visual and social experiences are becoming increasingly artificial. I am interested in using art to question how our behaviours have evolved and how our digital world affects  the way we communicate, engage and consume the world around us"


Having exhibited at world renowned sites such as the carrousel du louvre in Paris and the Artplu Museum of Contemporary Art in Shanghai, Dean’s work remains a regular feature at leading art fairs and exhibitions throughout London, Paris, New York, Miami, L.A, Hong Kong & Shanghai.


2015 Master of Art – Fine Art, The University of Chichester

2014 Bachelor of Art (Hons) – Fine Art The University of Chichester




(SHORTLISTED) DESTIG Artist of  The Year Award


Museum of Contemporary Art Artplu

Duff & Phelps x  The Shard London (fixed term)


Level 39 Canary Wharf  (fixed term) 

Bond Dickinson London (fixed term)

Untitled design (5).tiff


2020 - Dean Rossiter Isolation Portraits, The Lockdown Interview Q&A

2020 - 'Abstraction As a Form of Escapism: The Isolation Portraits'

2019 - Precious H.K Magazine: The Language of Art in the Digital Age, The Work of Dean Rossiter

2019 - WAEH International conference The Art Show London

 2018 - Inside Artist Magazine issue 14, Autumn 2018, Dean Rossiter page 46-49

2018 - Aesthetica Magazine April/May 2018 issue, Dean Rossiter Artist Directory

2017 - Francisco Acedo Fine Art - 'Dean Rossiter at The Shenzhen International Art Fair'

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