Biographic material courtesy of the artist:
Marylyn Dintenfass is an artist whose work is found in public, corporate and private collections throughout Europe, Israel, Japan and the United States. Among the more than 40 public and corporate collections which hold her work are: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Minneapolis Institute of Art, The New Orleans Museum of Art, The State of Connecticut, Tajimi City, Japan, National Museum of Ceramic Art, Italy, Grimmerhus Keramik Museum, Denmark, Beer Sheva Municipality, Israel.
Corporate collections include IBM, Pfizer, Aena, Boston Consulting, Baltimore Federal Bank, Bayerische Landesbank and the United States Government.
Her work has been seen in solo exhibitions organized by the Queen's Museum of Art, The Katonah Museum, The Schenectady Museum, Hamlin University Art Museum, The Port Authority of NY/NJ, the Terry Dintenfass Gallery in New York, the Robert Kidd Galleries in Birmingham, MI and over 50 group exhibitions throughout Europe, Israel, Japan, Canada, and the United States.
Dintenfass has received recognition for her work, including being awarded the Silver Medal at the First International Exhibition in Mino, Japan and the Ravenna Prize at the 45th Faenza International, Italy,
She has twice been awarded a MacDowell Fellow and has received an Individual Artist Fellowship Grant from the New York Foundation for the Arts and two project grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Academic positions have included, Visiting Professor at the National College of Art and Design in Bergen and Oslo Norway; Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem; Sheridan College in Toronto; and Skidmore College, Hunter College, and Parsons School of Design in New York. Dintenfass has also been a member of the Board of Governors of the New York Foundation for the Arts and a grants panelist for the Percent for Arts programs in Massachusetts, Ohio and Connecticut.
Marylyn Dintenfass was born and works in New York City.
Solo Exhibitions :
Greenville County Museum of Art 2006; Hamlin University in St. Paul, MN 1994; Terry Dintenfass Gallery 1991; Port Authority of New York and New Jersey 42nd Street Terminal A.R.E.A. Project Site Installation 1985; The Katonah Museum 1980; Robert L. Kidd Galleries 1979; The Schenectady Museum 1977; The Queens Museum 1976.
Group Exhibitions :
Collection Directions : Acquistions in the twenty-first century at Fitchburg Art Museum 2005; Art of the Twentieth Century at Park Avenue Armory 2005; City Arts at Americas Society 2005; Close, Dintenfass, Nice, Warhol : Master Prints at Babcock Galleries 2004; From Another Dimension at New Orleands Museum of Art 2004; Works on Paper at Palmer Museum of Art 2004; New Prints 2004 at The International Print Center; USA Artists at Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 2003.
Awards and Grants: 1993 International Biennale in Beer Sheva Israel; 1990 MacDowell Colony Fellowship 1990 and 1988; Individual Artist Fellowship from the New York State Foundation for the Arts 1987; 45th International Exhibition at Faenza,Italy, The Ravenna Prize 1987; Women in Design International Exhibition in San Francisco, Outstanding Achievement Award 1983.
Education : BFA from Queens College.