CEASELESS COLLABORATION—AN INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ARMORY SHOW VIP PROGRAM

CEASELESS COLLABORATION—AN INTERACTIVE INSTALLATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ARMORY SHOW VIP PROGRAM  As part of The Armory Show’s VIP Program, Marylyn Dintenfass assembled an innovative collaboration between Architect Aida Miron; Photographer/ Videographer Theo Cote; Technologist, Michael Tamburro; and Visual + Sound Artist Paul Kerin, entitled CEASELESS COLLABORATION, for a private studio event with the artists. … Continue Reading

HUFF POST – January 2013

HUFFINGTON POST ARTS & CULTURE ROZALIA JOVANOVIC JANUARY 18, 2013 READ THE FULL ARTICLE — DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

BLOUIN ART INFO – December 2012

22 QUESTIONS WITH ABSTRACT PAINTER OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND THE DEADLY MARYLYN DINTENFASS ALLISON MEIER DECEMBER 30, 2012 READ THE FULL ARTICLE — DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

ARTNEWS – January 2012

ARTNEWS JANUARY 2012 DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

TOXIC BEAUTY: NOTIONS OF BEAUTY, SEXUALITY + DANGER IN POST-WAR ART + CULTURE

TOXIC BEAUTY: NOTIONS OF BEAUTY, SEXUALITY + DANGER IN POST-WAR ART + CULTURE. DATE: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 TIME: 7-9pm LOCATION: Marylyn Dintenfass Studio, 529 Arts Building, 529 West 20th Street, #8E, New York, NY 10011 EVENT: Please join us for an evening of conversation with special guests and audience members, in celebration of the … Continue Reading

MODERN PAINTERS

MODERN PAINTERS SEPTEMBER 2012 Marylyn Dintenfass’ upcoming solo show, Drop Dead Gorgeous highlighted in Modern Painters Fall issue, 100 Best Fall Shows. DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

CUE Art Foundation hosts Marylyn Dintenfass

MARYLYN DINTENFASS PARALLEL PARK Spark Documentaries 2012 CUE Art Foundation hosts an interview and book signing for Marylyn Dintenfass’ new monograph PARALLEL PARK. RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

MODERN PAINTERS

MODERN PAINTERS SEPTEMBER 2011 Modern Painters’ current issue highlights Marylyn Dintenfass’ upcoming exhibition Souped Up / Tricked Out as one of the ten best fall shows in New York this October.” DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

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 … Continue Reading

CBS WINK NEWS — Parallel Park Video

WINK NEWS SEGMENT CBS JUNE, 2009 Wink News segment on artist Marylyn Dintenfass’ public art installation in Fort Meyers, Florida. 2010. RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

WESTFAIR — Off the Palette

WESTFAIR OFF THE PALETTE MARYLYN DINTENFASS BY GEORGETTE GOUVEIA JANUARY 17 2011 Marylyn, you’re an abstract artist in an age in which representational art has held sway. Do you feel sometimes as if you’re going against the grain? “Not at all. While not figurative, my work is narrative and autobiographical. It comments on themes in … Continue Reading

FLORIDA WEEKLY — June 16 – 22, 2010

PARALLEL PARK NANCY STETSON FLORIDA WEEKLY June 16 – 22, 2011 “She gets color on a totally different level than anyone else I’ve seen.”— Julie Mintz, Documentary Film Maker DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

EXAMINER.COM — January 4th – January 15th, 2011

EXAMINER.COM TOM HALL JANUARY 2011 “Parallel Park isn’t just a work of art, it’s a phenomenon.”— Tom Hall DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

Irving Sandler Interview with Marylyn Dintenfass — Julia Mintz Films

Irving Sandler Interview with Marylyn Dintenfass JULIA MINTZ FILMS JUNE, 2009 Marylyn Dintenfass is interviewed by renowned art critic Irving Sandler about her recent paintings and her body of work. Interview is in 2 parts. RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

FLORIDA WEEKLY — Color Queen January 19 – 25, 2011

COLOR QUEEN NANCY STETSON FLORIDA WEEKLY January 19 – 25, 2011 “You think you know color.”— Nancy Stetson DOWNLOAD PDF RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

ART AND PERCEPTION No. 8 — The Clay Paintings of Marylyn Dintenfass

THE CLAY PAINTINGS OF MARYLYN DINTENFASS FREDERICK TED CASTLE ART AND PERCEPTION NO. 8 1992 Abstract art permits us to visit the reality of another person’s soul. Many people are disturbed when they see abstract art because it is, for them, too near to the truth. These people would rather have truth mediated by something … Continue Reading

METROPOLIS — The Reconnaissance of Art

METROPOLIS VICTORIA GEIBEL THE RECONNAISSANCE OF ART JULY/AUGUST 1986 Since the early 1960’s, a small group of artists has been experimenting with ways to relate their work to a broad range of references far beyond the boundaries of the traditional aesthetic. Prompted by the political legacy of the sixties, the ongoing search for a vital … Continue Reading

MARYLYN DINTENFASS – WORKING LARGE SCALE: A Ceramics Monthly Portfolio

MARYLYN DINTENFASS WORKING LARGE SCALE A CERAMICS MONTHLY PORTFOLIO BY MARYLYN DINTENFASS After 20 years, I still find myself saying that I am only working with clay temporarily. But it continues to fascinate me. I’m sure if I had worked with clay from the beginning, I wouldn’t have been able to bring as much excitement … Continue Reading

CERAMIC ART — 1997

CERAMIC ART 1997 RETURN TO MEDIA & PRESS

ARTNEWS – Summer 2009, Volume 108

ARTNEWS MEREDITH MENDELSOHN SUMMER 2009, VOLUME 108 In this selection of more than 50 paintings and works on paper (all 2009), temptingly titled “Good & Plenty Juicy,” Marylyn Dintenfass made the most of her materials to elicit candy’s contradictory connotations— in her words, “enticing yet forbidden… beautiful but dangerous.” READ THE FULL ARTICLE — DOWNLOAD … Continue Reading

At the Museum, Greenville County Museum of Art

MARYLYN DINTENFASS PAINTINGS GREENVILLE COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART November 15, 2006 – January 28, 2007 Rich and luminous in color is the foundation of paintings by Marylyn Dintenfass. Whether vibrant or tranquil, these colors embody the strength of an artist whose work speaks volumes about her world. The intriguing allure and arresting quality in her … Continue Reading

The Ceramics Art Quarterly Vol. 2, No. 2 – Spring 1983

AMERICAN CERAMICS APRIL KINGSLEY THE CERAMICS ART QUARTERLY VOLUME 2, NO. 2 SPRING 1983 During the seventies, countless women artists made the crucial and difficult move from home to studio and from intimate personal mode to a more public, universally accessible style. Ceramicist Marylyn Dintenfass was among them, but when she moved she took with … Continue Reading

Press & Media

Oculus: Public Space + Personal Place – Audio ArtNet News – Video NPR Radio Interview – Audio News Report – Video Irving Sandler interviews Marylyn Dintenfass – Video Art on Air – Radio Interview Cue Art Foundation Interview and Book Launch – Video ArtNet News Interview Blouin Art Info Interview Huffington Post Art Review ArtNews ... Continue Reading