The selection of works in this installation were chosen by the Maslow Curator and the painting professor, Pamela Parsons. This exhibition of figurative and landscape paintings (and one drawing) follows the exhibition of non-objective paintings that was curated by The Maslow Curator and professor Steven... read more
The selection of works to be included in this installation were chosen by the Maslow Curator and the painting professor, Steven Alexander. This exhibition will be followed in three weeks by another selection of paintings that will draw from the more figurative works in The Maslow Collection; this ... read more
Both Marywood University and the University of Scranton are offering courses in the history of photography this semester and the professors teaching these courses requested an exhibition of photographic works from The Maslow Collection that would provide a relevant historical overview for their students... read more
The current exhibition in The Maslow Study Gallery for Contemporary Art presents a range of works in various materials that were created through nontraditional methods.
The surface of nearly all the works in this exhibition beg the question as to just how the works were made. Or in the case... read more
This exhibition is the first major installation of selected works from The Maslow Collection to inaugurate the move of The Maslow Collection to Marywood University where it will serve the faculty, students, and broader community in expanded, relevant programming... read more
This exhibition was the result of an internship program partnered between Marywood University and The Maslow Collection. Heather McDonald Budow, working with Bob Schweitzer, Curator for The Maslow Collection, developed the conceptual theme and organized this exhibition.read more
There is no universally accepted or standard rationale for collecting art. The determination of a particular focus is most often based on the interests of the collector, though of course this focus may expand or change over time. Beyond satisfying the initial esthetic taste of the collector the ... read more
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... read more
This exhibition provides a more in-depth examination of the work by five artists who were included in last year's print exhibition in the Suraci Gallery - CONTEMPORARY PRINTS: Selections from The Maslow Collection. The work included in this exhibition by Warhol, Johns, Stella, Lichtenstein, and Rauschenberg... read more
This selection of prints represents well the renaissance in American printmaking, when experimentation, innovation and collaboration were the hallmarks of the creative process.
During this period newly formed printmaking studios throughout the U.S. expanded their facilities and provided a wider... read more
During the late 1960s many critics believed that painting had become "exhausted," no longer relevant - and by the early 1980s painting was officially pronounced "dead." It was believed that Conceptual and Minimal Art of the 70s provided the endgame for painting. The emphasis in the 80s for many critics... read more
This exhibition is part of an ongoing internship and curatorial studies program offerred by Marywood University in partnership with The Malsow Collection. The Curator for this exhibiton is Andria Bolella, a student in the Arts Administration Program at Marywood.read more
This exhibition was organized by the Sordoni Art Gallery and curated by Ronald R. Bernier, Ph.D. and Karen Evans Kaufer with a catalogue essay by Ronald R. Bernier.
Link to Information: Collecting and Collections (opening night talk)read more
The Maslow Collection lent one work by David Reed to this exhibition curated by Sid Sachs, Director of the Rosenwald - Wolf Gallery, The University of the Arts.
David Reed, No. 230 (for Beccafumi), 1985 - 6read more
The Maslow Collection lent one work by Jack Goldstein to this exhibition curated by Sid Sachs, Director of the Rosenwald - Wolf Gallery, The University of the Arts.read more
This exhibition was the result of an internship program partnered between Marywood University and The Maslow Collection. Jamie Pettinato, a graduating arts administration student at Marywood, working with Bob Schweitzer, Curator for The Maslow Collection, developed the conceptual theme and organized... read more
The Maslow Collection lent three works to this exhibition, two works by Terry Winters and one by Susan Rothenberg. Other artists included in this exhibition were Per Kirkeby, Eugene Leroy, Maya Lin, Judy Pfaff, Milton Resnick, Joan Snyder, Pat Steir, and Don Van Vliet.read more
The Maslow Collection lent one work by David Reed to this exhibition.read more
With a Symposium on March 27. Melissa Meyer, Jane Hammond, Sandy Skoguland were panelists.read more