August 2 Art Break: “Legacy: The Emily Fisher Landau Collection”« Back to Events
The Museum presents Lunchtime Art Breaks, a series of gallery talks, guided tours and special presentations designed to inform and engage visitors in dialogue with Museum staff, docents, artists and other guest presenters. Art Breaks are free with membership or regular Museum admission. On August 2nd, guests will enjoy a guided tour and discussion of current exhibition Legacy: The Emily Fisher Landau Collection. The discussion and tour will be led by a Museum educator.
About the featured exhibition:
Legacy: The Emily Fisher Landau Collection is a traveling exhibition curated and organized by The Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition features a wide selection of art works from a historic gift pledged to The Whitney in 2010 by longtime trustee Emily Fisher Landau. This exhibition includes more than eighty works from Landau’s collection of 419 works by nearly one hundred key figures in American art, including seminal works by artists such as Carl Andre and Agnes Martin, John McLaughlin, Rodney Graham, Joseph Kosuth, Martin Puryear and Al Taylor. Another section of the exhibition includes paintings by artists such as John Baldessari, Barbara Kruger, Mark Tansey, Peter Cain, Susan Rothenberg, Willem de Kooning and Cy Twombly.
(Shown above: Edward Ruscha Lion in Oil, synthetic polymer on canvas with tape, 64 & 3/16 x 72 & 1/8 x 1 & 9/16 inches. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; promised gift of the Fisher Landau Center for Art P.2010.330 © Ed Ruscha; photography courtesy of the artist.)