Shiny, Sticky, Smooth was featured at the Wichita Art Museum in Wichita, KS from September 24, 2016 - January 15, 2017.Read More
Present Tense: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation was featured at the Montana Museum of Art & Culture in Missoula, MT from September 29, 2016 - January 14, 2017.Read More
Art on Paper: 10 Women Artists was featured at the Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland, OR from October 27, 2016 - January 7, 2017.Read More
Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation was featured at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, OR from October 8, 2016 - January 1, 2017.Read More
The 2016 IFPDA Print Fair is at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY from November 3 - November 6, 2016.Read More
The Dieu Donné 2016 Annual Benefit and Auction was held at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, NY on November 5, 2016.Read More
The mission of the Washington State University Foundation is to promote, accept, and maximize private support for programs, initiatives, and properties of Washington State University and its regional campuses.Read More
Collecting Warhol: A Conversation with Jordan D. Schnitzer was held at the Portland Art Museum in Portland, OR on October 9, 2016.Read More
Bruce Nauman: Language Body mines the collection of the Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation and presents fifteen works that showcases two elemental components found in the oeuvre of Bruce Nauman, anatomy and text. Beginning in the late 1960’s Nauman has forged a sensibility in his work where he puns upon the unstable nature of language and flesh, colliding these materials into a swirl of humor and insight.
This event is co-presented by Converge 45 and the Jordan D. Schnitzer Exhibition and Visiting Artist Series.Read More
Emancipating the Past: Kara Walker's Tales of Slavery & Power was held at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Bellevue, WA from July 8 - November 27, 2016.Read More
An influential figure in American art of the late 1950s and early 1960s, Helen Frankenthaler is a leading abstract expressionist painter, sculptor and print-maker. One of the early abstract expressionists, she was also a pioneer in the development of color-field painting.Read More
The Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation is pleased to announce the release of Frank Stella Prints, A Catalogue Raisonné, by Richard H. Axsom, edited by Carolyn Vaughn, Sigrid Asmus, and Laura L. Morris, with a foreword by Jordan D. Schnitzer and text by Leah Kolb. The book is distributed by Artbook and D.A.P.
To celebrate the release of Frank Stella: Prints, Phillips hosted a private book signing and panel discussion with Frank Stella, Jordan Schnitzer, Kenneth Tyler, and Richard Axsom at the preview party for their April 25th Editions Sale.Read More
SGC International expresses the gratitude of printmakers, scholars, curators, and print lovers everywhere through these awards.Read More
Lifetime Achievement Award Exhibition: James Rosenquist is co-presented with the Jordan D. Schnitzer Family Foundation and the Pacific Northwest College of Art MFA in Print Media program. Featured at The 2016 SGC International Printmaking Conference, FLUX PORTLAND, the conference keynote on Thursday, March 31 at 9am will feature special guests special guests Maurice Sanchez of Derriere L’ Etoile Studio and James Reid of Gemini G.E.L. along with Jordan Schnitzer and Mack McFarland, Director of the Center for Contemporary Art & Culture who will discuss Rosenquist’s printmaking career.Read More
PNCA’s 511 Gallery is pleased to welcome artist Wangechi Mutu to PNCA as part of the Jordan D. Schnitzer Exhibition and Visiting Artist Series.Read More
PNCA will celebrate the launch of the Jordan D. Schnitzer Exhibition and Visiting Artist Lecture Series with a reception honoring Jordan Schnitzer.
The Jordan D. Schnitzer Exhibition and Visiting Artist Lecture Series will present an annual curated exhibition from the dynamic and expansive collection of more than 9,000 contemporary prints of Jordan D. Schnitzer and the Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation at the Pacific Northwest College of Art 511 Gallery. The series will bring an invited artist in connection to the exhibition to engage with PNCA students, faculty, and the public through lectures, studio visits, and collaborations with the MFA in Print Media program. In addition to the Exhibition and Visiting Artist Series, selections from the Collection will be lent to the PNCA Object Library to be studied by students and faculty on a regular rotating basis.
Wangechi Mutu: The Hybrid Human is the first exhibition in the series.Read More
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) depicted the world with the volume turned up. Employing a seemingly endless palette, his work has challenged our perceptions of popular culture, politics, and consumerism for more than fifty years. Warhol was the central figure of American Pop Art, a genre that emerged in the late 1950s in reaction to the heroism of Abstract Expressionism.
Spanning three decades of Warhol's career, In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking features some of the artist's most iconic screen prints, including his portraits of Marilyn Monroe and Mao Zedong, the splashy camouflage series, and the controversial Electric Chair portfolio. Drawn exclusively from the rich collections of Jordan Schnitzer and his Family Foundation, In Living Color is divided into five sections-experimentation, emotion, experience, subversion, and attitude. In each, Warhol's work is placed in conversation with other artists of the postwar era who use color as a tool to shape how we interpret and respond to images.Read More
For over fifty years, Frank Stella has created a significant body of abstract art comprised of paintings, reliefs, sculptures, drawings, and prints. Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective details the artist’s remarkable career as a printmaker. It presents, as evidence, over 100 prints that make apparent how his highly experimental endeavors have redefined the traditional print. The exhibition also offers a clear view of Stella’s stylistic evolution—a series of reinventions from the minimalist geometric abstraction of the early years to the baroque exuberance of the later gestural work.Frank Stella Prints: A Retrospective is the artist’s first major print retrospective since 1982. The exhibition is also the occasion for the publication of a revised and expanded second edition of The Prints of Frank Stella: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1967─1982 (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1983).Read More