Victoria Febrer - 92Y, New York

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Victoria Febrer is a fine artist based in New York City. Her artwork has been exhibited in the United States, Spain, Belgium, Ireland and Japan, with solo exhibitions in New York, Valencia and Madrid. Her interest in visual images centers around the relationship of the universal and the personal, and the way that repeated images and icons have influenced our understandings of our place in the world. She works in a variety of media including paint, film projection and red wine (through a process of her own invention called vinography).

As an educator, Victoria is committed to the vital role of visual art education as a force for lasting positive social change. She believes that a critical arts practice empowers us by helping us not only to explore and appreciate the world we live in, but also to share our unique discoveries and points of view with our communities. Victoria has taught courses and workshops for youth, children and families through various non-profit organizations in NYC, including the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Free Arts NYC, the Cooper Union Saturday Program and the Center for Arts Education. She has more than 10 years of experience helping students prepare portfolios for admission to competitive art & architecture programs. Victoria Febrer is a proud graduate of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art and a 2015 recipient of the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders of Higher Education Award.

Image Captions:

Covenant House Crisis Center 20th Anniversary Mural, 2009. Acrylic and latex, 3 walls approx. 25 x 12ft., 45 x 12ft. & 20 x 12ft., Covenant House of New Jersey, Newark. Created through a series of artist-led workshops with homeless shelter residents and high school volunteers.

Untitled Marine Vista #168, 2011. acrylic on canvas, 36 x 46 in. President’s Award, State University of New York Research Foundation. Artwork installed at Sunwood Estate, Stony Brook University, New York.

Untitled Vigil #25, 2013. Red wine (vinography) on handmade Japanese paper. 12.6 x 14 in.

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