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New York | ArtTable Circle Private Collection Visit with Lillian Heidenberg
September 29, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Join fellow ArtTable Circle members for a special Collection Visit to the home of Brooklyn-based art dealer Lillian Heidenberg.
Priority registration is available to ArtTable Circle members until August 24, 2021. Registration will open to Executive level members on August 25, 2021, and to all other members on September 14, 2021. Space is limited. Light refreshments will be served.
To learn more about the ArtTable Circle membership level, please visit the Membership page on our website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Please note that by registering for this event you consent to have your contact information shared with ArtTable to be used in the event that contact tracing is needed.
- Proof of Covid-19 vaccination is required in order to attend this program. You will be asked to submit this information safely and securely after you register. If proof of vaccination is not submitted at least 2 weeks in advance of the program, you will not be permitted to attend.
- Please note that the residence is not wheelchair accessible, as there are some stairs leading up to the main entrance. There is an elevator inside to travel between the different floors.
- This program will take place in the neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn, New York. The closest subway stops are Grand Army Plaza along the 2, 3, or 4 lines and 7th Avenue along the B or Q lines. The actual address will be shared with registrants in advance of the event.
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About Lillian Heidenberg
Lillian Heidenberg is both a collector and an internationally renown art dealer. She has been specializing in modern and contemporary masters for many years. Today she also includes several contemporary cutting edge artists in her collection including Ebony Patterson and Summer Wheat. She also has a special interest in British sculpture and has represented the works of Henry Moore and Lynn Chadwick and is an expert on their art. Her collection includes Louise Bourgeois, Fernando Botero, John Wesley, Helen Frankenthaler, Alex Katz among many others. Lillian also has a strong interest in Chinese contemporary art.
Now located in a historic brownstone in Park Slope, Brooklyn her collection includes both new and more historic elements.
Lillian has advised many important private collectors, museums, and institutions around the world. As a member of the prestigious Art Dealers Association of America, she has exhibited at art fairs internationally. She has also donated works to many museums.
Education: Barnard College, cum laude Bachelors of Art; New York University Institute of Fine Arts, Masters Degree in Fine Art; Attended Ecole du Louvre, speaks French fluently
Board Affliations: Tel Aiv Museum of Art, Israel (also co-chaired several galas for American friends of Tel Aviv Museum); Museum of Contemporary Art, Montreal, Canada
Select Charitable Organizations and Art Donations: Jewish Federation of North America; Lions of Judah member; Lions of Judah Endowment; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal, Canada; Yale University Center for British Art; Brandeis University of Art Museum; Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida; Norton Museum of Art, Florida; Perez Art Museum Miami, Florida; Meijer Garden and Museum of Art, Grand Rapids Michigan; New Museum, New York; Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Massachusetts; American Friends of the Uffizi; Israel Museum; and others.
- A peek at Lillian Heidenberg’s collection: Flanking the fireplace are Jim Dine’s Glow of July, 1992, oil, enamel and charcoal on canvas, and Eric Fischl’s Woman in Water, 1980, oil on canvas. A Tang Dynasty (618-907 CE) clay horse sits on the 1940s art deco dining table and three ceramic pieces by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) are on the mantle. On the Aldo Tura circa 1940s sideboard are, from left, Mao Culture collars, 20th century, and 19th-century Chinese ceremonial necklaces.
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