Arlene Rush, a New York City-based artist, has exhibited extensively in museums, universities, and galleries across the world. Archilesi I Homberg Fine Art represents her in New York and most recently, her work has appeared in Art In Odd Places, New York City, Pen and Brush, New York City and in December 2019 CONTEXT Miami Basel Art fair. In 2020, she will be part of two group exhibitions, one at Pen and Brush, New York City and The Center for Book Art, New York City, titled “America Looking In”.
She has been the recipient of the Pat Hearn & Colin De Land Foundation Grant, and a residency to Barcelona, Spain from the Center for Emerging Visual Artists.  For the last five years of Rush Art Gallery she was on the artist advisory board of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation (no relations).
Rush’s work is in numerous collections, among some are: Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York, NY; Beth Israel Comprehensive Cancer Center- West Side, New York, NY; Joe Baio’s Collection, New York, NY; Pavel Zoubok,New York, NY; Museum of Modern Art, Wales, UK; Museu Brasileiro de Escultura, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Mark Golden Collection, Berlin, NY; The Robert H. Chaney Collection, Houston, TX; ARCO ChemicalNewton Square, PA and Library of Congress, Thomas Jefferson Bldg., Washington, D.C.
She has been reviewed in numerous publications including: The New York Times, Wall Street International, Eidenhovens Dagblad,Art Fuse, D/Railed Contemporary Art Magazine, Hyperallergic, Huffington Post, New York Daily News, Artdependence Magazine, ANTE Magazine, Varsari21, Time Out New York, Artsy Editorial, City Paper, Newsday, Rheinische Post, Aktuell, The New Yorker, Stadtmagazin and Art Uncoveredfor BTR today.