Dylan Krinberg (b. 1999 in Yokota Air Base, Japan) is a mixed media artist. They received their Bachelor of Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University in Communication Arts (2021). Krinberg has been included in two student group shows at the Anderson Gallery as well as the Torpedo Factory Art Center for its most recent Fall Salon. They are currently teaching at VisArts Center in Rockville, Maryland. 

Their work and imagery bears an emphasis on honesty, composition, and an ever-changing subject matter that shifts exponentially. The works of artists such as Henry Ossawa Tanner, Anselm Kiefer, Masahiro Ito, and Mati Klarwein have informed their work.

Artist Statement

Dylan Krinberg’s practice is a multi-media process that bounces between gouache paintings, found object sculptures, and mixed-media collage works. They understand creative practices to be projections of inner worlds unfolding in external ones. A lot of their impetus has to do with a restlessness in expressing complex webs of ideas. Recently, they have been delving into social practice as a framework to materialize some of these more complicated ideations. Current research rotation involves conflict history, geopolitics, ecology, and a critical race theory concentration in interracial identities.




  •  VisArts Center Faculty Show | Kaplan Gallery, Rockville Maryland


  •  Torpedo Factory Fall Salon | The Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA


  • FAKE NEWS: VCUArts 2020 Undergraduate Juried Exhibition |The Anderson, Richmond, VA
  • Omens: VCU Communication Arts | The Anderson, Richmond, VA

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