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Artists Featured in the 2019 Alumni Art Show

The artwort of Alex Golden ‘94 and Victoria Manganiello ‘04 were featured in the Alumni Art Show and will hang in the Grace House lobby through June 14.

Alex Golden ‘94
Alex is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist who majored in psychology and visual art at Williams College and received a Masters of Fine Art from Hunter College in 2009. His work has been shown in Toronto, Miami, New York, Berlin, and Chonqing and was included in the 20 Year Anniversary Show at Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery in Chelsea. He was presented twice as a promising, emerging artist to Christie’s Education New York, and was included in the pages of Io Donna’s photo essay on New York artists. Recently, Alex contributed a segment to the collaborative film, The Filmballad of Mamadada that has been screened at festivals around the world. He was also in the group exhibition, “Emergency Contacts,” curated by Jamieson Webster and Javier Hernandez at Placeholder Gallery in conjunction with Fordistas in Miami. Alex has lectured at Hunter College and Baruch College, and his work is in private collections around the United States. Contact him at

Victoria Manganiello ‘04
Victoria Manganiello is an artist, designer and adjunct professor based in Brooklyn, NY. Named as one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 under 30 for 2019, Victoria has received multiple internationally recognized grants and residency appointments including the S&R Foundation Washington Award, Wave Farm Media Artist Grant and the Romanian National Cultural Fund Grant. Victoria has exhibited her work globally, including at the Queens Museum, Museum of Art and Design, Isabella Gardner Museum, Indianapolis Contemporary Art Museum and the Tang Museum. She is also a professor of Textiles at NYU and Parson’s the New School. Exploring the intersections between materiality, technology, geography and storytelling, Victoria’s installation work, abstract paintings and kinetic sculptures are made meticulously with hand-woven textiles using hand-spun yarn and hand-mixed natural and synthetic color dyes alongside mechanical alternatives and modern technologies. For more, please visit

To be included in an upcoming Alumni Art Show, please contact Director of Alumni Affairs Holly Donaldson Casella ’04.