A.R.E.A. — 42nd Street Port Authority Bus Terminal

MARYLYN DINTENFASS
42nd STREET PORT AUTHORITY BUS TERMINAL

ARTIST REPRESENTING ENVIRONMENTAL ARTS

1985

Artists Representing Environmental Arts, Inc. (A.R.E.A.) in collaboration with the Port of Authority of N.Y. and N.J., is pleased to announce the exhibition of a large ceramic wall relief by Marylyn Dintenfass. The work will be on view at the North Wing of the 42nd Street Bus Terminal from May 6 through August 16, 1985. “IMPRINT FRESO”, 16 feet high by 24 feet long. is made up of six 7 feet by 8 feet panels. It is sited on the four story high wall of the north concourse. The brilliantly colored painterly images are a narrative saga of symbols that float through a changing color field. Artists Representing Environmental Arts is a not for profit, non-membership organizaion that exhibits art works in public spaces.

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