Toby Lee Greenberg is a conceptual artist who splits her time between New York City and rural Connecticut. Her works often include ordinary objects and an appropriation of public information which she uses to express a critical analysis of current social or political issues in popular American culture. Greenberg has an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and was awarded a fellowship from the Whitney Independent Study Program. She is a recipient of The New York Foundation for the Arts Artists' Fellowship as well as ARTISTS SPACE, NY Individual Artist Grant. Her works have been exhibited throughout North America and Europe and are in several permanent collections, including The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, and the Musee du Vieux Genève, Switzerland. Publications and Reviews, include The New York Times; Dirt and Domesticity: Constructions of the Feminine, published by The Whitney Museum of American Art; The New Art Examiner; Photography by Upton and Upton.