The Missoulian reports on the exhibit Under Pressure: Contemporary Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, on view at the Missoula Art Museum from February 18th to June 1st, 2014. The exhibit features a wide range of themes, from the politically-driven (Kara Walker, Barbara Kruger) to the minimalist (Sol LeWitt, Donald Judd) to even the humorous (John Baldessari, Mark Bennett).
In the article, reporter Cory Walsh interviews Jordan Schnitzer about the exhibit, his collection and the Family Foundation lending program. Mr. Schnitzer reflects on his passion for contemporary art in particular. From the article:
“He said it speaks to themes we face – politics, social problems, war, environment, racism, famine, advertising, marketing, manipulation and more. ‘The contemporary art today speaks to all of us about issues we need to think about,’ he said.”
Read the full article at the Missoulian website.