Naaman Rosen (b. 1977) is a contemporary artist who photographs the landscape, ephemeral objects, and found materials. He plays on the relationships between image and text to form narratives that blur fiction, personal, and historical memory. Born in Northern Idaho, he later lived and worked in Oakland, California for 17 years where he co-found artist run WE Artspace in 2008. The Artspace closed its doors in 2012, and in 2013 Rosen received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, where he also taught after graduation. He has had a number of solo installations, group shows, and in 2014 exhibited at the International Photography Festival Israel. He has artworks with Rena Bransten Gallery in San Francisco, and currently lives and works in the Metro Detroit area.