Edo Rosenblith was born in Tel Aviv, Israel but has spent most of his life in the United States. Rosenblith received his BFA in painting in 2011 at the Rhode Island School of Design and his MFA in Visual Art at Washington University-St. Louis in 2017.
Rosenblith has exhibited throughout St. Louis, at The Contemporary Art Museum of St. Louis; The Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum at Washington University-St. Louis, Gallery 210 at the University of Missouri-St. Louis; The Luminary Center for the Arts; Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts; Des Lee Gallery; Parapet Real Humans, and The Millitzer Gallery. Rosenblith has exhibited nationally at the So What Space Gallery in Brooklyn, New York; The International Print Center, New York; The Elmhurst Museum, Chicago and internationally, at Jenifer Nails Gallery in Frankfurt and in Weserburg Museum in Bremen, Germany.
In 2011, Rosenblith began a blog: http://edosdrawingeveryday.tumblr.com posting one page from his sketchbook everyday for two years. These sketches became the content of his first book, PINK, published by Fort Gondo Press in 2013. In 2017, Rosenblith illustrated a chapbook for New York-based poet Paul Legault entitled “What Dorothea Did” published by Dikembe Press. Rosenblith’s work has been featured in Keep Eyes Magazine, All The Art Quarterly and New American Paintings. In 2017 he was a finalist for the Great Rivers Biennial at CAM as well as the winner of the Cite Residency Artist Grant from Washington University. Other awards include the Vermont Studio Center Artist Grant, the Yvette and John Dubinsky Scholarship, Washington University’s Danforth Scholar, the Regional Arts Commission Artist Support Grant, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation “Power of Art” Grant, P. Buckley Moss Foundation Grant for Children's Education and Florence-Leif Peers Grant for Painters. Rosenblith lives and works in St. Louis, Missouri.