Victor Schrager, Trustee

Victor Schrager is a photographer who has been exhibiting, publishing and teaching for 40 years. 

His Still Life and Landscape photographs have been exhibited at the: San Francisco Museum of Fine Arts; High Museum, Atlanta; Maison Européene de Photographie, Paris; Pace/Macgill Gallery, NYC; George Eastman House Museum, Rochester; International Center of Photography, NYC; Adamson Gallery, Washington; L.A. County Museum of Art; and National Museum of American Art, Washington. Victor has received Fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the MacDowell Colony.

His work is included in the permanent collections of the: Philadelphia Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art, NYC; Whitney Museum of American Art; Library of Congress; National Gallery of Australia; and the Morgan Library and Museum, NYC. He has been a faculty member or visiting artist at: The School of Visual Arts, NYC; Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; Art Institute of Chicago; NYU; SUNY Purchase; and Rutgers University.

His monographs include Bird Hand Book, with writer A.S. Byatt and Composition as Explanation.

A longtime resident of Rensselaerville, he served as a board member of the E.N. Huyck Preserve and is on the steering committee of the Rensselaerville Historic District Association. He is currently president of the Aaron Siskind Foundation, an organization that awards grants to emerging photographers.