Venezuela-born American artist Babs Reingold creates sculptures, drawings and installations, focusing on the environment, poverty and beauty.

Babs Reingold has an extensive showing history with solo and group exhibits in galleries and museums from New York to Los Angeles and internationally. Recent exhibits include Lost Trees – solo exhibit at HCC Gallery 221 Tampa FL Address: Earth – Hudson Valley MOCA Peekskill NY Water Over the Bridge: Contemporary Seascapes – Morean Art Center • Planet Ax4+1 – David & Schweitzer Gallery Brooklyn NY  •  Skyway: A Contemporary Collaboration – St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts. Her installation, The Last Tree a solo exhibit had a six-month run at Burchfield Penney Art Center Buffalo NY. It had debuted earlier at the ISE Cultural Foundation in SOHO NY.

Reingold has a MFA SUNY-Buffalo and BFA Cleveland Institute of Art. Her major studio is in St Petersburg with viewing space in New York City.

Current Exhibitions:

2024: “2024 Alumni Exhibition”, Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland Oh, June 21 – August 9•

Recent Exhibitions:

2024: “Under My Skin”, A Solo Exhibition, SPAACES Art Gallery, Sarasota FL, February 2 – March 16

2024: “Biophilia; In Excelsis”, Yale Institute of Sacred Music, New Haven CT, March 27 – May 3 •

2023: Stitched + Dyed, Dunedin Fine Arts Center, Dunedin FL June 16 – August 13

2023: “Beauty In Climax”, Department of Contemporary Art Tampa, FL, April 6 -27

2022: Solo Exhibition “Lost Trees”, Hillsborough Community College, Gallery221, October 10 – December 1

Recent News:

March 14, 2024: Review in Tampa Bay Times “Explore Sarasota’s art scene at these three vibrant spots” By Maggie Duffy

February 29, 2024: Article in Sarasota Observer “Babs Reingold uses art to explore what lies beneath the surface”

February 12, 2024: ATOA Artists Talk on Art, Dialogue: Babs Reingold and curator Mark Ormond discuss her solo exhibit “Under My Skin”

February 1, 2024: “Under My Skin” featured in the Roundup section of 83 Degrees Magazine

“Lost Trees” nominated for Creative Loafing’s 2023 “Best of the Bay: Best Gallery (Non-Museum) Show”

July 12, 2021: ‘Babs Reingold: Palette of Materials’ by Etty Yaniv in ‘Artists & Climate Change’

March 2, 2021: Interview by Etty Yaniv, Art Spiel – ‘Babs Reingold: Palette of Materials’

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