November 16, 2015
Doron Langberg exhibiting in nYC 11/20
Doron Langberg is having a two person show with Gaby Collins-Fernandez at Danese/Corey Gallery on 511 W 22nd street in NYC. The opening is Thursday Nov 19th6-8pm and the show will run from November 20th to December 23rd
The two artists discussed their work and friendship in an interview with Jarrett Earnest for the November issue of The Brooklyn Rail, which you can read Here
Born in 1985 in Yokneam Moshava, Israel, Doron Langberg currently lives and works in Queens, NY. He received his MFA in 2012 from Yale University School of Art Painting Dept. and holds a BFA from the University of Pennsylvania (2010), a Certificate from PAFA (2010) and attended the Yale Summer School of Music and Art, Norfolk (2009). Langberg’s work was exhibited at Horton Gallery, Jeff Bailey Gallery, Anna Kustera Gallery, Ana Cristea Gallery, Driscoll Babcock Gallery, the PAFA Museum and the Detroit Museum of New Art. He is a recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant and the Yale Schoelkopf Travel Prize. Langberg’s work was featured in New American Paintings and Q Magazine at Yale and reviewed in NY Arts Magazine, Artcritical, the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia City Paper, and The Huffington Post Detroit, and it is in the collection of the PAFA Museum.
For a preview of the work, view: 

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