Works by Long Island-based artists Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, Larry Rivers and Robert Rauschenberg along with major artists, including Jasper Johns, Alexander Libermanm Claes Oldenbug, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol are the type of featured on the Hofstra University Museum original exhibition Portfolios I: 1970.? Works include a choice of printmaking and collaborative methods including silk screen, lithography, photomechanical reproduction, collage, embossing, engraving, and hand-painting. Portfolios I: 1970 will maintain scene on the Emily Lowe Gallery through?August 14, 2019.

Curated by HUM Associate Director of Exhibitions and Collections Karen Albert, Portfolios I: The 1970s ?is the 1st coming from a planned mix off exhibitions highlighting distinctive artist portfolios of prints pictures in the Museum’s permanent collections. Each portfolio represents selected images how the artist intends to certain you’re seen to become group, with clear connections in between your selected works.

An illustrated full-color checklist accompanies the exhibit, and gallery interpretive materials, including an interactive touchscreen display kiosk with supplemental material examining the artistic methods and processes pioneered from the featured artists. Gleam free Art Caper activity obtainable for children and families.

Executive Director within the Hofstra University Museum Beth E. Levinthal said, “The rich resources in the Hofstra University Museum permanent collections include 50 unique artist print portfolios.? This exhibition highlights works that represent the ‘artistic revolution’ transpiring while in the decade with the 1970s. We thank the newest York State Council over the Arts and Are generally Community Bank Foundation on the subject of support in bringing this exhibition to fruition.”

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Top image:

Alexander Liberman (American, born in Russion, 1912-1999)
Untitled, 1973
Lithograph on Fabriano Rosaspina paper
Hofstra University Mueum Collections
Gift of Mr. Edwin S. Marks, HU77.149