NYU's Grey Art Gallery invites you to join us for “From Margin to Center: NYU Alumni in the Arts.” This event is open to all NYU students of color and their allies interested in pursuing careers in the arts, as well as NYU alumni working in galleries, museums, and other visual arts institutions in New York City.
On March 2, at 6 pm, join Lynn Gumpert, director of New York University’s Grey Art Gallery, and Debra Bricker Balken, independent curator, at Rizzoli Bookstore for a conversation about Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946–1962.
Join NYU Professor Lauren Walsh and photographers Allison Lippy and Annie Tritt for a discussion that will consider what belonging means for trans and queer photographers within this industry, how queer subjects are represented in documentary and photojournalistic spaces, as well as what changes can be made for future generations.
A conversation with Professor Catherine Quan Damman, and artists Joyce Kozloff and Sarah Zapata about exploring relationships between craft, pattern, and labor, especially as a means to question power structures.
POWarts and Pen + Brush are pleased to invite Lynn Gumpert, Director of the Grey Art Gallery and editor of "Pow! Right in the Eye! Thirty Years behind the Scenes of Modern French Painting," a memoir of the provocative Parisian art dealer Berthe Weill at the heart of the 20th-century art world, to have a discussion with Veronique Burke, Co-Founder of Women Art Dealers Digital Archives. In-person event.
On October 4, at 6 pm, join Lynn Gumpert, director of New York University’s Grey Art Gallery, and Debra Bricker Balken, independent curator, for a conversation about Americans in Paris: Artists Working in Postwar France, 1946–1962 which has just been released by Hirmer Verlag and Grey Art Gallery, NYU. Long renowned as an artistic mecca, Paris renewed its allure as a leading cultural capital following the end of World War II by attracting a new wave of expatriates from the U.S. In-person only.
Join NYU Professor Lauren Walsh, author of "Through the Lens: The Pandemic and Black Lives Matter," and Professor Vanessa Charlot, an award-winning photographer and filmmaker at the University of Mississippi whose work focuses on the intersectionality of race, politics, culture and sexual/gender expression, for a conversation on the power of political photography in the contemporary moment. Inspired in part by photos on view at the Grey Art Gallery by Danny Lyon, an instrumental photographer during the American Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. In-person and virtual attendance.
Join Cottrell, Lovett, and Kass as they discuss their shared passion for art as an instrument of social change, the social experience of the dynamic downtown art scene in the 1980s, and their transformational gift in a lively virtual conversation hosted by the Grey’s director, Lynn Gumpert. Online only.
Hauser & Wirth Southampton is pleased to invite you to a special book event celebrating the recently released memoir "Pow! Right in the Eye!" by provocative Parisian art dealer Berthe Weill, now available in English for the first time. The event will feature a conversation between the book’s editor and director of NYU’s Grey Art Gallery, Lynn Gumpert, and Senior Director at Hauser & Wirth Southampton, Madeline Warren. Copies of the book will be available for purchase during the event. Free, reservations and proof of vaccination required.
The memoir of a provocative Parisian art dealer at the heart of the twentieth-century art world is available in English for the first time. In celebration of Berthe Weill's Pow! Right in the Eye! Thirty Years behind the Scenes of Modern French Painting (University of Chicago Press, June 2022), Lynn Gumpert (Director, Grey Art Gallery) joins Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn (curator, art advisor, gallerist, and activist) and Carlo McCormick (curator and critic) for a special conversation at the Rizzoli Bookstore in NYC.