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    Palitz Gallery

    The second floor of Syracuse University’s Lubin House is home to the Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery. Made possible through the generous support of alumna Louise Palitz and her husband, Bernard, the gallery hosts several art exhibits throughout the year, including two major public shows—one in the fall and one in the spring.

    The SUArt Galleries on campus, the generosity of private collectors, and the talents of alumni are what help to make the Palitz Gallery a popular feature of Lubin House.

    Curators of the Palitz Gallery exhibits are Emily Dittman (ekdittma@syr.edu), Exhibition and Collection Manager and David Prince (dlprince@syr.edu), associate director/curator.

    You can contact the SUArt Galleries staff at 315.443.4097.

    Current Exhibit

    "Selections from the Rona and Martin Schneider Collection of Late 19th and Early 20th American and European Fine Art Prints"

    August 27 - November 18, 2018

    Monday–Friday, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
    CLOSED LABOR DAY WEEKEND

    This exhibition, curated by Domenic Iacono, former director of the SUArt Galleries, highlights some of the important pieces in the collection, featuring renowned artists such as Stephen Parrish, Mary Nimmo Moran, Robert Swain Gifford, and Thomas Moran.  Iacono has commented “this collection of late 19th-century American printmaking is one of the most significant gifts made to Syracuse University in many years for teaching art and helps cement the importance of the print in the Syracuse art collection.” He has also noted, “The Schneider collection adds to an already significant collection of work by noted artists, such as Whistler and Meryon, working during the Etching Revival."