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Robin Dahlberg is a visual artist and arts educator based in New York City. With a background in law and social justice, she uses her camera to explore issues of identity, place and resilience and their influence upon each other. Sharing her passion for photography with others is fundamental to her work. Dahlberg has taught photography to people of various ages, backgrounds and capabilities. In 2018, she co-founded the teaching and exhibition collaborative, Five Corners Collective,  to underserved and geographically isolated communities.

Honors and Awards


Honorable Mention, 12th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards


Center Review Santa Fe Photo Festival, Participant

Honorable Mention, 10th Pollux Awards


Shortlisted and Special Jury Mention: The Anamorphosis Book Prize 

Shortlisted: Fototbookfestival Dummy Award Kassel 


25th Eddie Adams Workshop, Participant



Still, Like Air, I'll Rise, MoMA PS1, Queens, NY


Oaye Technology, New York Life Arts, New York, NY

Three Women, Three Books, Foley Gallery, New York, NY


When you can't find the words, CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, NY


We are Queensbridge, Long Island City, NY  (curator)

Lakota Star Stories, Praire's Edge, Rapid City, SD 

Lakota Star Stories, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA

Women Photographers Today, Barcelona, Spain


5th Biennial of Fine Art and Documentary Photography, Barcelona, Spain

The World Through My Eyes, Barcelona, Spain


INFOCUS, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ


Fotobookfestival Kassel / Beijing, China

In Our Time, Baxter Street @ The Camera Club of NY, New York, NY

Teaching Experience

Boys & Girls Club of Rosebud, Mission, SD

​Jacob Riis Settlement House, Queensbridge Houses, Long Island City, NY

Yorkville East Middle School, After School Program, New York, NY

Lab Middle School, After School Program, New York, New York

International High School at La Guardia Community College, Queens, NY

IVDU Upper School, Yachad/National Jewish Council of Disabilities, Brooklyn, NY

Nazareth Early Childhood Center, Birch Family Services, Brooklyn, NY

Bronx Vet Center, Bronx, NY

P.S. 184, New York, NY

International Center for Photography, New York, NY



MoMA PS1, Queens, New York


Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement, Queens, New York

Selected Press and Interviews 


The Sexism of Major Law Firms in Photos, Welcome to the Jungle, Nov. 17

Robin Dahlberg, Billable Hours: in 6-minute increments,  Collector Daily, Oct. 8

Billable Hours in 6-minute increments, Conscientious Photography Mag, Sept. 6

The sexism of large law firms portrayed in a daring photo bookKobini arts, June 29

Robin L. Dahlberg: Billable Hours in 6-minute increments," The Eye of Photograph, June 21

Daylight Books, Spring 21 Book Launch,  Griffin Museum, May 15


Robin Dahlberg, Shedding Light on Injustices in the United States," FotoNostrum Magazine, 

Issue 4, June 15


People whose 'time in the work place' is longer than the house, Tabi Labo, Sept 15


Billable Hours in 6-Minute Increments by Robin Dahlberg, The Artbo, Sept 13

Billable Hours: The Life of Office Plankton in Robin Dahlberg's  Project, Bird in Flight, Aug 29

A Day in the Office, iGNANT, Aug 11

Humorous Photos Capture the Pains of a Stressful Office LifeFotografia Magazine, July

Robin Dahlberg @Baxter St/CCNY,  Collector Daily Daybook, June 24


Billable Hours in 6-minute increments, Daylight Books (2021), Artist Edition (2016) 


Story Center, Digital Storytelling Certificate

University of Hartford, M.F.A.

International Center for Photography, One-Year Certificate Program 

New York University School of Law, J.D.

Stanford University, B.A., Sociology

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