Larsen Salon Series (October 26)Presentation by Textile Artist Liz Collins, in conversation with Matilda McQuaid, Curatorial Director, Cooper-Hewitt Museum
Cost:$75.00 per person
Larsen Salon Series
October 26, 2023 | 6:00 PM | Manhattan
Online ticket sales have been closed. Tickets can be purchased at the door this evening.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Thank you to our sponsor Jade Netanya Ullmann from the Ullmann Family Foundation
The Larsen Salon Series, offered by LongHouse Reserve in honor of its founder Jack Lenor Larsen (1927-2020), carries on a tradition of conversations, presentations, and lectures by designers, architects, and artists working at the intersection of art, architecture, design, and craft. We offer these salons in Manhattan, at various spaces, to engage all of us in important dialogues of meaning in our complex world.
6:00 pm: Reception
6:30 pm: Presentation and Conversation
8:00 pm: Intimate dinner at the private home of a LongHouse Trustee
Salon & Reception — $75 per ticket
Salon, Reception, and Dinner at the nearby home of a LongHouse trustee — $200 per ticket SOLD OUT
Please note: Tickets must be purchased in advance.
About Liz Collins
Liz Collins is a New York based artist who works across art and design with a broad range of textile techniques and materials to make paintings, drawings, and fiber works that vary in scale and form, which includes transforming environments into social spaces with a dynamic combination of objects and materials in dialogue.
Collins has collaborated with design brands on collections of functional textiles, and produced large scale public art works and performances. She's had exhibitions and installations at the Museum of Arts and Design, New York; Candice Madey, New York; the Tang Museum, New York; Luis de Jesus, Los Angeles; Rossana Orlandi, Milan; and Touchstones Rochdale in England. She's also participated in a variety of group exhibitions in New York and Massachusettes, and internationally in Istanbul and Berlin.
Collins’ honors include a USA Fellowship, a MacColl Johnson Fellowship, Foundation for Contemporary Arts & Artist Relief grants, Drawing Center Open Sessions and residencies at Siena Art Institute, MacDowell, Yaddo, Haystack, Museum of Arts and Design, Stoneleaf, and currently participating in the Two Trees Cultural Subsidy Studio Program in Brooklyn. In 2020, The Tang Museum released “Liz Collins Energy Field”, her first major publication. In 2025, Collins will have a mid-career retrospective “Liz Collins: Mischief”at the RISD Museum in Providence, RI with an accompanying monograph. Photo © Marco Giugliarelli for the Civitella Ranieri Foundation, 2023.
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