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David Konigsberg is a conceptual realist whose work across genres to portray transitional spaces, metaphoric moments and alternative histories. A long-time member of the Gowanus and Red Hook in Brooklyn, he now lives with his famil full time in Hudson, and employs the Hudson Valley’s storied landscape as the subject and setting for his work.
Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont, NY
Allen Sheppard Gallery, NYC?
Weber Fine Art, Scarsdale NY?
Fetherston Gallery, Seattle
TWO - PERSON AND GROUP SHOWS:
Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY
Kenise Barnes Fine Art, Larchmont NY
The Painting Center, NYC, Grand Allusions (2006)?
Weber Fine Art, Chatham NY
Santa Monica Museum, FreshstART (2004-2005)
Hofstra Museum, Hempstead NY, Where the Island Begins (2003)
Weber Fine Art, Scarsdale NY, Artists’ Choice (2002)
Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn
David Findlay Jr. Contemporary, New York?
K&E/Radix, New York, various (1996-1997)?
Bixler Gallery, New York, various (1994-1995)?
Hammond Gallery, Lancaster OH, Contemporary Figurative Work (1992) ?
Mid Hudson Art Center, Art Imitates Baseball, juried by Ivan Karp (1992)
Windham Gallery, Brattleboro VT, Works on Paper, juried by Wolf Kahn (1991)?
Amis Eno Gallery, NYC, Small Works, juried by Linda Konheim-Kramer (1990)?
Delaware Valley Art Center, Various (1989, 1990)
G R A N T S:?
Artist in Residence, MacDowell Colony (1998)
Chronogram, The Future of Illusions, by Beth E. Wilson, 2008?
New York Times review, Where the Island Begins, Hofstra Museum, by Helen A. Harrison (2004) ?
New York Times review, Artist’s Choice, Weber Fine Art, by D. Dominick Lombardi (2002)?
New American Paintings (1999)?
Brooklyn Journal review, 4Sight, by Carl Blumenthal (2003)?