Michael Mazur

Michael Mazur was an American artist whose work is collected in The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MOMA, The Whitney Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum.



New: Videos of the Artist at Work

Good to Pull, a short film featuring Michael Mazur creating the artwork for Dante’s Inferno, has been recently added to this site and to youtube.  Watch the video here

Additional documentaries on Mazur’s Monotype Process have also been recently uploaded to YouTube and added to this site.  Making Monotypes: the Art of Michael Mazur (15 min) and Wakeby Day, Wakeby Night: a Monotype Mural By Michael Mazur (29 min), are now available for online viewing. View here

Amherst, Currier Exhibits End Soon

Perspectives on Michael Mazur at the Mead Art Museum at Amherst College
Closes Dec 17, 2017
In celebration of one of the most distinguished artists to have graduated from Amherst College, the Mead Art Museum has organized the exhibition Perspectives on Michael Mazur to honor his memory in what would have been his 60th reunion year. Read more here

Mazur in Monet Exhibit at Currier Museum
Ends  Nov 13, 2017
Michael Mazur’s painting “Pond Edge” (1996) is currently on view at the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH, in conjunction with its exhibit “Monet: Pathways to Impressionism.”   Read more here.



Michael Mazur (1935-2009) was born in 1935 in New York. He was educated at Horace Mann, Amherst College, and Yale School of Art and Architecture. Mazur had participated in hundreds of group and solo exhibitions nationally and abroad. His work is included in many major collections, such as The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, MOMA, The Whitney Museum of Art, and the Metropolitan Museum in NYC. He lived with his wife, poet Gail Mazur, in both Cambridge and Provincetown, Massachusetts.

For more information visit Ryan Lee Gallery, Barbara Krakow Gallery, and Albert Merola Gallery.

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