Randi Malkin Steinberger is an American photographer and documentary filmmaker whose work has been shown worldwide. Malkin Steinberger's experience as a photographer and filmmaker was shaped by her studies in Italy, where she lived for ten years while launching a photography school and gallery. She has produced artists' books that are now part of the permanent collections of New York's Museum of Modern Art and The Whitney Museum of American Art, and The Art Institute and Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Malkin Steinberger's documentary films include Holi-days, which was shot in Jerusalem, Florence, and Las Vegas and aired on the Sundance Channel. She has published two books of her collaborations with renowned artist Alighiero Boetti. Accanto al Pantheon, published by Prearo Editore in Milan, and Boetti by Afghan People: Peshawar, Pakistan, 1990, published by RAM Publications. Her book No Circus, a collection of photographs of structures colorfully tented for fumigation includes an essay by D.J. Waldie and was published by Damiani. She is represented by Sears Peyton Gallery in New York and Los Angeles.