The Maslow Collection lent two works by Jack Goldstein to the Metro Pictures exhibition.
[From the Press Release for Metro Pictures]
"Goldstein began producing paintings in the late 70s after exploring the use of isolated appropiated imagery in his early film, performance and photographic work. The large-scale, pristine surface and chrisp imagery of his paintings reflect the artist's interest in the unique impact of the picture, possible only in the medium of painting. His concern was pointedly not with the evidence of the act of painting, but with the impact of images."
untitled # 126, 1984, Acrylic on canvas, 96 X 36
untitled # 127, 1984, Acrylic on canvas, 96 X 36