Lichtenstein Lectures

Sundays at 5 p.m. EDT on Zoom
Free. Registration required.
Made possible by a generous contribution from Dorothy Lichtenstein.
July 25
Christian Levett, art collector

“The Renaissance of Female Abstraction”

Christian and his wife Florence are major collectors of art by female abstract artists. Many of the works are installed in their residence in Florence, Italy, which is open to select groups by appointment. Two of their Mary Abbott paintings are on loan to our current exhibition. Christian will give us an overview of the holdings and discuss his collecting imperatives.
Christian’s collections span antiquities through contemporary art, and he is the owner of the Mougins Museum of Classical art in France, which opened in 2011. He is on the board of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK, and on the visitors committee of the Arms and Armor department of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, as well as the Met’s International Collectors Council.
In memory of Meg Perlman
We are grateful to those who have sent memorial gifts in honor of our founding director, Meg Perlman, who died in June. They are:
Peter Braverman and Susan Rosenberg
Jack Calvi
Doug Garr
Marlene Kawalek Josephs
Oceans Management, LLC
Beth Perlman
Michael S. Wilcox
Barbara Gunther Zambelli
Those wishing to donate in Meg’s memory should send checks made out to Stony Brook Fdn / PK to the Pollock-Krasner House, 830 Springs-Fireplace Road, East Hampton, NY 11937, with Meg’s name in the subject line.
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