Victoria Steinberg's paintings often demonstrate how life extends beyond its own subjective limits. It challenges the binaries we continually reconstruct between Self and Other, between our own ‘cannibal’ and ‘civilized’ selves. She uses ideas that are so integrated into the process of the work that they may escape those who don't take the time to explore how and why these images haunt you long after you’ve seen them.
Years of study at the Art Students League in NYC with such Twentieth Century masters as Robert Brackman, David Leffel, Gary Fagen, Daniel Greene, Robert Johnson, Peter Cox and Greg Kreutz have empowered her to produce skillful strokes suggestive of Dutch masters.
Collections & Awards
Rockfeller estate, Sloan kettering, Portrait of Marilyn
Horne at university of Southern California, collection of Michael Moriarty, ALS Foundation.
National Juried Competition, A.W.A. June 2001
Merit Award, Best Painting, Art Students League, NYC, NY, March 2002
New York Hall of Science - NYC -2012
Blue Hill Art & Cultural Center - Pearl River, NY -2011
Affordable Art Fair - NYC -2011
MFI-Online Exhibitor - NYC -2011
Renaissance Fine Art Gallery - Orangeburg, NY -2010, 2011
Uma Gallery - 2006, 2007, Solo Show -2008
The Gallery - Sag Harbor, NY -2007