David Konigsberg’s paintings focus on the most visceral places where nature and humanity meet, conflict, and accommodate one another. As always, Konigsberg’s paintings bridge the divide between art and real life in semi-narrative paintings that are both objective and conceptual. His work occupies a netherworld of image and memory in his very personal narratives, which are not meant to be deciphered but experienced as emotional possibilities.
Konigsberg’s work has been exhibited throughout the United States and has been featured in The New York Times, Chronogram, Wall Street International, and Brooklyn Journal as well as numerous art and culture blogs. David Konigsberg lives and works in Hudson, New York.