The Museum Of Modern Love Launch in New York
As a novelist, I have a long and intimate relationship with imagination. I am fascinated by its role in history and its connection to innovation, science, education, health and wellbeing.
Imagination has rarely been explored as a skill in its own right, yet is capable of delivering extraordinary results. Awakening, nourishing and loving our imaginations is at the heart of the human experience.
If you’d like to join me on this exploration, visit my Facebook group where we’re starting the conversation about all things imagination!
The Museum of Modern Love now published in the United States by Algonquin Books …
Booklist – starred review
Library Journal – starred review
Publishers Weekly – starred review
Foreword Reviews – starred review
An Amazon Editors’ Best Book of December 2018
Goodreads November Hot Picks
“My guess is that you’ve never read a book quite like Heather Rose’s The Museum of Modern Love. I know I haven’t.” NPR reviews The Museum of Modern Love
The New York Times profiles Heather Rose
October 2019 – (drum roll) – Heather’s new novel will be published by Allen & Unwin … (The Age/ Sydney Morning Herald – “What to Read in 2019”)
The Museum of Modern Love
It is 2010. Arky Levin is a film composer in New York separated from his wife who has asked him to keep one devastating promise. On the first day of Spring, he finds his way to The Atrium at MoMA and sees Marina Abramovic in The Artist is Present. The performance continues for 75 days and, as it unfolds, so does Arky and the cast of characters he meets who are also drawn to the performance.
“Incisive, beautiful, and precise, The Museum of Modern Love is a work of art in itself, a treatise on the shared threshold of devastation and beauty, the liminal and the eternal.”
"Heather Rose’s career as a novelist has been pursued with a calm daring."
“Framing a love story around a long-durational performance work, where the passage of time is essential, is a profoundly original idea. I loved this book.”
“A glorious novel, meditative and special in a way that defies easy articulation.”
"Swirling with complex characters and connections, posing questions about how we should live, about art’s ability to change our lives, and about the ways art changes the artists who create it.”
Ways to connect with Heather
For all media and event enquiries please contact Heather’s agent, Gaby Naher at The Naher Agency. Otherwise you can follow Heather on her Facebook and Twitter accounts below.