Emily Berger lives and works in Brooklyn. Her work has been exhibited internationally and in the United States in many galleries, universities and museums including the Museum of Modern Art in Bogota, Colombia, and The National Academy Museum in NYC which awarded her the John Hultberg Memorial Prize for Painting. In 2013 her work was shown with Anne Russinof and Nancy Manter in SEEING THROUGH at 490 Atlantic and Soapbox galleries in Brooklyn, and in PHAEDO at StorefrontBushwick, reviewed by Patrick Neal at hyperallergic.com, “The Many Faces of Abstraction”. Her work was exhibited in PROCESS and SYNTHESIS: 4 ARTISTS at Five Myles Gallery in Brooklyn, and at Outlet Gallery, 15 ARTISTS IN BLACK AND WHITE. In March, 2014, she will show new work at The Painting Center with Claire Seidl in the main gallery and Mark Wethli in the Project Room. Berger is a graduate of Brown University and holds an MFA from Columbia University.