Russell Maltz

BALLPARK - Installation View 2012 - Minus Space Gallery, Bklyn., NY Works from the series dating from 1976 to 2012 Mixed Media - Dimensions Variable

Russell Maltz (b. 1952, Brooklyn, NY) has exhibited work in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and internationally, including in Australia, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Israel, Denmark, Mexico, Switzerland, Japan and New Zealand.
His work has been reviewed in publications such as The New York Times, Artforum, Art in America, Hyperallergic and The Village Voice. His works are in the collection of The Brooklyn Museum, Yale University Art Museum, Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University Art Museum, Kunstraum-Alexander Burkle, Freiburg, Germany, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, California, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas, Saarland Museum, Saarbrucken, Germany, Stiftung fur Konkreter Kunst, Reutlingen, Germany, Wilhelm-Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen , Germany, Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.
He has been facilitating with Critical Practices Incorporated since its inception and serves on its advisory board.
A survey exhibition exploring 40 years of his work was recently mounted at the Stadtgalerie in Saarbrucken, and at Galerie Michael Sturm in Stuttgart, Germany and ran from May through August 2017.  The exhibition was accompanied by a monogram book covering his work from 1976 through 2017 and published by The Stadtgalerie Saarbrucken and printed by Kerber Verlag in Biefeld, Germany. In NYC he exhibits at Minus Space.

Russell Maltz lives and works in New York City.

BALLPARK – Installation View 2012 – Minus Space Gallery, Bklyn., NY, Works from the series dating from 1976 to 2012, Mixed Media – Dimensions Variable
Stacked Orange, 2021 Polyurethane and Acrylic on plywood (7) plates stacked against the wall 96 x 48 x 15 inches, (243.8 x 121.9 x 38 cm)
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  1. […] Russel Maltz spoke to us from SOHO where he has lived and worked for decades. When he moved there in 1978, there were very few people in the area. Over the last year, as the pandemic has unfolded, Maltz has experienced a strange deja vu as he witnessed empty streets once again. His studio practice has improved during the pandemic, but of course, the social aspect of the art world disappeared for a time. The work he was doing pre-pandemic transformed from work outside the studio to full studio work and Maltz found his work during this time quite rewarding. To hear more about his practice and a comparison of 1978 SOHO to 2020 SOHO, as well as how plywood used to board up windows compares to his work listen to the complete interview. […]

  2. […] Russel Maltz spoke to us from SOHO where he has lived and worked for decades. When he moved there in 1978, there were very few people in the area. Over the last year, as the pandemic has unfolded, Maltz has experienced a strange deja vu as he witnessed empty streets once again. His studio practice has improved during the pandemic, but of course, the social aspect of the art world disappeared for a time. The work he was doing pre-pandemic transformed from work outside the studio to full studio work and Maltz found his work during this time quite rewarding. To hear more about his practice and a comparison of 1978 SOHO to 2020 SOHO, as well as how plywood used to board up windows compares to his work listen to the complete interview. […]