$10,000 toward the conservation of works on paper by the painter, organized by collection director Wendy Snyder and conservator Andrea Pitsch. Originator of an ink-transfer painting process known as “print-painting,” Glankoff worked reclusively in New York City for most of his life. His large scale pieces, structured through layers of brightly saturated colored panels of Japanese paper, create evocative, atmospheric surfaces delicately joined through glue and tape.
Sam Glankoff Collection
New York, NY