Venezuela-born American artist Babs Reingold creates sculptures and installations, focusing on poverty, the environment and beauty
Reingold has an extensive showing history. Recent exhibits include a 3-museum exhibit in Florida, “Skyway: A Contemporary Collaboration”. Her installation, “The Last Tree” a solo exhibit had a six-month run at Buffalo’s Burchfield Penney Art Center. It had debuted earlier at ISE Cultural Foundation in Soho.
Other recent showings were a Tribeca loft solo, The Drawing Rooms in Jersey City and Rutgers’ Feminist Art Project 10-year anniversary and St Petersburg’s Museum of Fine Arts “Measured Life” and "Marks Made: Prints by American Women Artists." Additionally, Reingold is in the permanent collection of Newark and St Petersburg Art Museums.
Reingold’s solos exhibits range from New York City to Los Angeles with many stops in between for solo and group exhibits in galleries and museums. Works are in countless private collections, including Savannah College of Art and Design
Awards include two recent grants from Florida State and Pinellas County respectively. Other awards are from Whitney’s Barbara Haskell, Albright-Knox Art Museum and Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Reingold serves as a mentor and panelist in Creative Pinellas, a county-wide art organization.
Reingold has a MFA from SUNY-Buffalo and BFA from Cleveland Institute of Art. Her major studio is in St Petersburg with viewing space in New York City.