From Ukraine to New Jersey: Louis Lozowick’s Prints of America and American Life

Aired: January 31, 2016

The Queensboro Bridge

Louis Lozowick, Queensboro Bridge, lithograph, 1930, courtesy estate of Louis Lozowick and Mary Ryan Gallery.

Louis Lozowick was an American painter and printmaker who lived in South Orange and incorporated local urban and industrial landscapes and scenes of work into his art. Lozowick’s work was recently featured at an exhibition at Seton Hall University.

Joining Bob Mann to discuss the life and work of Lozowick is Dr. Helen Langa, Associate Professor of Art History at American University, Dr.Petra Chu, Professor of Art History and Museum Studies at Seton Hall Univeristy, and exhibit curator Taylor Curtis.

To learn more about Lozowick and to examine the archives visit From Ukraine to New Jersey.

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