Marylyn Dintenfass is an internationally known artist whose work is found in major public collections. Among the institutions that have acquired her work are: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Cleveland Museum of Art, Detroit Institute of Arts, Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Smithsonian American Art Museum. This year, her newest sculpture Almost Like The Blues was installed at LongHouse Reserve and Sculpture Garden as a part of their 2017 season, alongside works by Bernar Venet, Yoko Ono, and many others.


Her 2010 Parallel Park installation at the Lee County Justice Center in Fort Myers, Florida is one of the largest and most noteworthy of the last decade. Her work has been widely reviewed, and her 2011 and 2012 Driscoll Babcock Galleries exhibitions were both selected as one of the year’s top 100 shows by Modern Painters Magazine.


Dintenfass has twice been a MacDowell Fellow and has received both an Individual Artist Fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts and two Project Grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. She was awarded the Silver Medal at the First International, Mino, Japan, and The Ravenna Prize at the 45th Faenza International in Italy. Academic positions have included Visiting Professor at the National College of Art and Design in Bergen and Oslo, Norway; Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem, Israel: Sheridan College in Toronto, Canada and Hunter College in New York City. She was, for ten years, a member of the faculty at Parsons School of Design in New York City.


Books on the artist’s work include the monograph Marylyn Dintenfass Paintings written by Lilly Wei and published by Hudson Hills Press [2007], and by Aliza Edelman’s, Marylyn Dintenfass Parallel Park published by Hard Press Editions [2011].