Betty Cuningham, Lori Bookstein, Birte Kleeman & David Carrier
Art Now: The Fate of the Gallery
Esteemed gallerist Betty Cuningham opened her first gallery in 1972. Ten years later she joined Hirschl & Adler Galleries, and after sixteen years she moved to the Robert Miller Gallery. In 2004, she reopened Betty Cuningham Gallery, where she represents many internationally renowned artists including Rackstraw Downes, Mia Westerlund Roosen, Philip Pearlstein, and William Bailey.
David Carrier taught philosophy in Pittsburgh and art history in Cleveland. A much published art critic, he currently writes for artcritical.com and the Brooklyn Rail. His most recent book, with Darren Jones, is The Contemporary Art Gallery. His book with Joachim Pissarro, The Blind Spots of Art History: How Wild Art Came to Be - and Be Ignored is forthcoming. He is currently writing books about the painter Lawrence Carroll and, also, Naples.
New York based curator, collector, and art dealer Lori Bookstein was Director of Salander-O'Reilly Galleries for ten years before opening her own gallery, Lori Bookstein Fine Art. A graduate of Cornell University, she is actively involved in the President's Council of Cornell Women and is an active board member of the International Medical Corps and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.
Birte Kleeman is Director of Michael Werner Gallery in New York and Art Editor for KingKong magazine. She worked prior as Director and curator at The Pace Gallery, New York, and Galerie EIGEN+ART, Berlin. Recent exhibitions she oversaw include Pat O'Neill: Sweep/Broken Sweep; Jörg Immendorff: LIDL Works and Performances from the 60s and the group show Shakers&Movers for VW-Veneklasen\Werner, as well as Joseph Beuys: Make the Secrets Productive for The Pace Gallery and PRAXIS for Wayne State University.
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017
Lectures begin at 6:30 pm. Lectures are free and open to the public. Seating may be limited. For inquiries about accessibility, please contact Leeanne Maxey at firstname.lastname@example.org