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Justice for All: An Exhibition of Selected Works by Jacob Landau
Monmouth University Library,
Seminar Room 102
Opening Reception: April 21
Lecture Thursday, April 23 | library room 206 | 4:30 p.m.“John Brown in
American History,” by Ms. Hettie V. Willams, Lecturer, African American History
The exhibition features a selection of 12 pieces. All works are from Monmouth University’s extensive collection of Jacob Landau’s work, comprising over 300 prints, drawings and paintings. The collection was gifted to Monmouth University in 2008 by the Jacob Landau Institute of Roosevelt, NJ. This exhibit is co-sponsored by the Jewish Culture Studies Program and the Honors School of Monmouth University.
Born in Philadelphia in 1917, Jacob Landau launched his career as an illustrator, winning national prizes at age 16 and a scholarship to the Philadelphia College of Art. He had over sixty one-person shows and was the recipient of many awards, including Tiffany, Guggenheim and National Arts Council grants. Many of his works are featured in permanent collections in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, among others. A master teacher, he retired as professor emeritus at New York’s Pratt Institute. In 1996, he was awarded an honorary Doctorate in Fine Arts by Monmouth University.
If you would like additional information about the exhibit or to schedule an interview, contact Scott Knauer, Director of Galleries and Collections at 732.923.4786 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.