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Marlene Siff


Marlene Siff’s work has been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the U.S. and abroad, including The Aldrich Museum, The Connecticut Public Television Gallery, Galerie Musée in Nagoya, Japan, the Thomas J. Walsh Art Gallery in the Quick Center at Fairfield University, the Artists Registry at the National September 11 Memorial Museum,  Art Basel-Miami Red Dot Art Fair, The Premium Lounge of American Airlines at Miami International Airport, the executive lounge at Embraer Executive Jets in Melbourne, FL, and in the permanent collection of the B’nai B’rith Klutznick National Jewish Museum in Washington D.C.  Her work has been commissioned by many corporations, including J.C. Penny, J.P. Stevens and the Easter Seal Foundation and hangs in numerous corporate and private collections.  Siff’s painting “Neo Gothic” was accepted into the worldwide competition “Art Takes Time Square 2012” and was viewed in Times Square by thousands of people.  This past summer Siff was one of 27 artists chosen out of hundreds by Janne Siren (Director of the Albright-Knox Gallery), to exhibit at Chautauqua’s 56th Annual  Exhibition of Contemporary Art where she won an award.  Siff’s assemblage “Fallen Heroes/Afghanistan” has been returned to the office of CT Congressman Jim Himes in the Capitol Building in Washington D.C. after hanging in her solo exhibition entitled “Elements Of Peace” at the Walsh Art Gallery in the Quick Center at Fairfield University.  Congressman Himes chose this assemblage to hang in his office when it was completed in 2010.

Siff’s Catalogue Raisonné, published last year, has been placed in the personal library of Glen Lowry, director of MOMA, and the libraries of the Whitney Museum,  the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) and many others.

Ms. Siff was born and raised in the Bronx, New York, was an art honor student at the High School of Music and Art and graduated Kappa Pi with a BA degree in Fine Arts from Hunter College.   Siff works in her studio in Westport, CT.