Brief Bio

“The world, as it has been for millennia, is changing, and Rossi has chosen photography as a medium to stir our conscience, and make us reflect on the dire question of the future of our planet" 

 - Artinvestor Magazine, Germany. 

Jasmine Rossi was born in Switzerland to an Italian father and a German mother. She now resides in Buenos Aires, close to her favorite "canvas", the gigantic ice fields of southern Patagonia. 

Rossi has published 5 photo books on this region: The Four Seasons of Patagonia, The Spirit of Patagonia and Patagonia and it’s Spirit, all published by Ediciones Larivière, Buenos Aires. She also published The Wild Shores of Patagonia, with Harry N. Abrams, New York, 2000, and The Spirit of the North, Ediciones Larivière, Buenos Aires, 2008. 

Her photographs have been projected at the Herschel Museum, Smithsonian Institute, Washington DC , The Museum of Latin American Art in Buenos Aires, Malba, Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, National Arts Club & New York Hall of Science, New York , Latin-American Chamber of Commerce in Switzerland & UBS Private Banking, Zurich, the Explorer's Club, New York and the Sierra Club, New York.

Among her numerous exhibitions the most recent were: Photo London, ODA Gallery, London (2020); Buenos Aires Photo, ODA Gallery, Buenos Aires (2019); Sand-Water-Time, Arthus Gallery, Brussels (2019); Geographical, AAC Art Space, Madrid (2017); Holy Trees, Urs von Unger Gallery, Gstaad (2017); Metamorphosis, Cube Art Fair, Brussels (2016); Images from the End of the World, Photogallerie Reygers, Munich (2016); Brigitte Henninger Art & Six Friedrich Max Weber, Munich (2015); Kosmos Seven, Pörnbach Contemporary, Bavaria (2015); Images Beyond the Naked Eye, Art Room 9, Munich (2014); Argentina, Braccio di Carlo Magno-St. Peter's Square, Vatican City (2013). 

Rossi has undertaken long and arduous expeditions from the Arctic Circle in Greenland to Antarctica; from the oldest desert in the world, the Namib in Africa; to the Atacama Desert in Chile, although she has always considered Patagonia to be her favorite place in the world.