Victoria Roth | Paris, 1986

 

 

Victoria Roth’s approach to painting is a cumulative process that generates imagined environment that are sensorial and emotive. Muscular forms and bulbous shapes with fleshy inflections populate interior and industrial landscapes. Organic forms in flux – they appear to twist and pierce, fall yet hold, rise and change – operate within carefully composed structures that suspend the action in a state of energetic tension before collapsing into a cycle of metamorphosis. In this way, Roth’s paintings signal the possibility for continuous becoming.

Victoria Roth (b. 1986, Paris, France) is an artist living and working in Brooklyn, NY. She received her MFA from Columbia University (2014) and a BA in History of Art & Architecture from Brown University (2008).
Roth has exhibited her paintings and Drawings internationally. Recent solo exhibitions include Victoria Roth, Brennan & Griffin, NY (2019); Insides, fAN Kunstverein, Vienna, AT (2017); Off the Banks, Brennan & Griffin, NY (2017). Recent group exhibitions include Intertwined, 1969 Gallery, NY (2021); Eddysroom @ Left Field Gallery, Left Field Gallery, CA (2021); City Princesses, Palais de Tokyo, Paris, FR (2019); Body/Object, George Adams Gallery, NY (2019). Roth has further exhibited her work at The Pit in Los Angeles, Helena Anrather Gallery in NYC and at Lulu in Mexico City, MX. In addition to her studio practice, Victoria Roth is an adjunct professor teaching painting and drawing in New York City.