Date


May 13 2017 11.00am to 1.00pm

Location


1808 Chestnut Street

Eye of the Sixties: A Lecture by Author Judith Stein

Freeman's is proud to invite Judith E. Stein for an illustrated talk, reading, and book signing from her biography, Eye of the Sixties, Richard Bellamy and the Transformation of Modern Art. Journey back to the early sixties in New York when the posterity-averse  art dealer Richard Bellamy (1927-98) made history at his fabled Green Gallery, where he launched the careers of today’s iconic Pop, Op and Minimalist artists. Immediately following the event join us to preview the exhibitions of Modern & Contemporary Art and The Stanley Bard Collection: A Life at the Chelsea. 

Eye of the Sixties: A Lecture by Author Judith Stein 
Saturday May 13, 2017
Lecture begins at 11am. 
Freeman's | 1808 Chestnut Street | Philadelphia
Light refreshments will be served. 
Open to the public.

If attending, we ask that you kindly RSVP to:
267.414.1250 | events@freemansauction.com 
Seating is limited

Eye of the Sixties will be available for purchase

 

Judith E. Stein. is a Philadelphia-based art historian and curator. In 2008, the Warhol Foundation/Creative Capital awarded her an Arts Writers Book Grant. The International Art Critics Association awarded her book, I Tell My Heart: The Art of Horace Pippin Best Exhibition Catalog for 1995. In 1994, she received a Pew Foundation Fellowship in the Arts in literary non-fiction for her art writing and was a scholar in residence at the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center.

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