Print Club of Albany Exhibits Park West Art Donation at Fulton Street Gallery
NewswireToday/ Southfield, Mich./ May 29, 2009/ — The Print Club of Albany will be exhibiting artwork donated by Albert Scaglione, founder and CEO of Park West Gallery, and Marc Scaglione, President of Park West. The Park West Donation Exhibition will be on display from Wednesday, May 27 through June 20 at Fulton Street Gallery in Troy, New York. Thousands of works of art have been donated to the Print Club of Albany by the Scagliones, and this is the first time that these works have been exhibited.
The exhibition will include artwork by Yaacov Agam, Arkady Ostritsky, Emile Bellet, Fanch Ledan, Anatole Krasnyansky, Linda Le Kinff, Igor Medvedev, Marcel Mouly, Peter Nixon, Jean-Claude Picot, Victor Spahn, Itzchak Tarkay and Tomasz Rut, among others.
“This will be a great opportunity to view works by many popular artists in one location,” said Charles Semovitch, Curator of the Print Club of Albany. “We are grateful to the Scaglione family for making these works available.”
Exhibit hours are Wednesday through Saturday noon – 4pm with additional hours on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6pm – 8pm. The opening reception will be held as part of Troy Night Out on Friday, May 29 from 5pm – 9pm.
About The Print Club of Albany
The Print Club of Albany, a 510(c) 3 non-profit organization, was founded in 1933. It is one of the most important print organizations in the United States. Many of America’s foremost printmakers and artists have been associated with the Club. Its mission is to encourage the study and appreciation of prints as fine arts. The Club sponsors programs such as lectures and holds exhibitions; it has a large and important collection that is used for study and exhibitions. The Club commissions a print each year from a nationally recognized artist and distributes this print to its members. The Print Club of Albany’s membership of both collectors and artists is international.