Victoria Manganiello (b. 1989) is an installation and mixed media artist based in Brooklyn, NY.  Named as one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 under 30 for 2019, Victoria has received multiple international recognized grants and residency appointments and has exhibited her work throughout the USA and internationally including at the Queens Museum, Museum of Art and Design, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art and the Tang Museum (detailed CV here). 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.



Painted Threads 
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (Summit, NJ)
September 20 - February 9
*with support from The Coby Foundation


Arts Westchester (White Plains, NY)

Fall 2019

Ancient Futures

A.I.R. Gallery

February 12 - March 15


Cafe Royal Cultural Foundation

*Recent Grant Recipient 




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2019 - New York Times

What to see in Art Galleries Right Now

2019 - Hyperallergic

A Handwoven Tapestry Invites Interpretation Between the Threads

2019 - Blouin ArtInfo

Victoria Manganiello at the Museum of Art and Design

2019 – Forbes 30 Under 30

Art & Style List 

2017 – Hyperallergic

The Common Threads Between Female Quilters and Abstract Expressionists

2017 – WWD

‘Mordant’ Dinner Features Food for Thought and for Art in Honor of Textiles Month This Fall

2016 – Vice Creators Project       

Textile Artist Makes Weaving Cool Again with Spun 3D Sculptures

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