In 1983, Rob Okun (a friend of RFC Founder and Rosenberg son, Robert Meeropol) founded the Rosenberg Era Art Project (REAP).
''Unknown Secrets: Art and the Rosenberg Era,'' a collection of more than 60 pieces of art inspired by the Rosenberg Case, grew out of REAP and toured the country in 1990. The exhibit resulted in a book, The Rosenbergs: Collected Visions of Artists and Writers, and a film.
Additional information on the film, including a selection of images from the exhibit, are available here.
Coverage of the Exhibit includes:
- ART KEEPS ISSUES IN ROSENBERG CASE ALIVE, Chicago Tribune, May 7, 1990
- Art Facts: Remembering the Rosenberg Case, Chicago Reader, May 31, 1990
- SAN DIEGO COUNTY: Rosenberg Exhibit at SDSU Compares 1950s to Present, Los Angeles Times, September 28, 1989
RFC Executive Director Jenn Meeropol's blog, "Ethel at 100 (part 1): Ethel in the Kitchen" discusses one image form the Rosenberg Era Art Project and the role of art and representation in her grandparent's case.