The exhibition “Standing Room Only” at the Lawrence Alloway Gallery at Stony Brook University will be open through the summer. For this exhibition, Victoria Febrer created an installation which includes lenticular images which change as the viewer sees them from different angles. The effect allows the viewer to control the time lapsed, and the action taken within the frames. This group exhibition also includes work by Ye-seul Choi, Heather Cruce, Myda El-Maghrabi, Logan Marks.
Victoria Febrer’s paintings were selected for Stony Brook’s Presidential Art Award. Her artwork will be prominently displayed at the historic Sunwood Estate on Stony Brook’s Long Island Campus.
The video “Untitled Decision” created by Victoria Febrer with cinematography by Pedro J. Padilla was projected in the Toride Train Station in Japan from March 31-May 31, 2014.
Victoria Febrer’s work in red wine (vinography) is discussed in the new encyclopedia El Mundo del Vino published by Larousse. Her work appears in the chapter “Wine as Ritual and Culture: Painting”.
Victoria Febrer’s latest solo show in New York City will take place at LICMarket, from August 27th – November 11th. “Febrer’s vinographs (printed with red wine) in this series on handmade paper use the repetition of five iconic forms: poppies (symbols of the Greek goddess of fertility and the harvest), wheat (another symbol of fertility and the harvest), The Venus of Willendorf, a Cycladic figure of a standing woman, and two female figures from a prehistoric painting in Cogul, Catalonia, Spain. With these symbols she creates a controlled minimalist lexicon. Through the repetition and arrangement of this alphabet she explores ideas of power, fertility, solitude and the absurd.” Aisha […]
“Untitled Promise” has been selected as a finalist in this year’s Digital Graffiti festival. Victoria Febrer has also been awarded a travel grant to attend the festival. Winners will be announced on June 8th. Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is the world’s first projection art festival, with artists using the latest technologies to project their original works onto the town’s iconic white walls.
Victoria Febrer’s solo exhibition at the URJC in Madrid has been extended until June 25th. Click here to view the exhibition catalog.
“Flight of Memory” is being shown on Monster Truck Gallery’s Night Screen, in the heart of Temple Bar, Dublin. Night Screen is a street facing, is a 7’x14′ HD screen for presenting new video-based contemporary art on a regular basis. The rotating selection of work was curated by Sean Naftel.
Victoria Febrer’s latest exhibition opens April 10, 2013 at the Vicálvaro Campus of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid and will be on display until May 31st. This new series of vinographs by Victoria Febrer continues her investigation of the relationship of the universal and the personal. Her haunting vistas are created using only red wine through meditations on the mechanism of memory and its parallels to the production of artistic images. The landscapes in this series are inhabited by boldly recontextualized archetypal representations of the feminine from prehistoric Europe. This exhibition is part of the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos’ cultural week CULTURART’13, journey through music, theatre, visual art, […]
Victoria Febrer created a unique piece in acrylic on a vinyl record for a fundraiser to benefit Local Project Art Space in Long Island City, New York. Local Project is a non-profit organization committed to building an educational forum for emerging artists of exceptional vision, and creating synergy between the exhibition of their work and the public.