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Friday, January 26, 2018

SOLD OUT: SOUTHERN CA | A Visit with Art Patron/Philanthropist Chara Schreyer in her Extraordinary Home

Start Date: 1/26/2018 2:45 PM PST
End Date: 1/26/2018 4:30 PM PST

Venue Name: Program address to be emailed. Carpooling is strongly suggested and will be arranged, as parking is

CA  United States 

Organization Name: ArtTable Southern California

Roni Feinstein
Email: programs@arttable.org
Phone: 212 343 1735 Ext.13


Members only | $50


Join ArtTable for an exclusive collector-led tour of Chara Schreyer's Hollywood Hills home.

Over the course of the past forty years, Chara Schreyer has amassed a collection of over 600 works of art, which is "now widely considered," as ArtNEWS declared in 2017, "to be one of the top ten private collections of modern and contemporary art in the world."

The works are impeccably displayed in five residences designed in collaboration with Gary Hutton, three of them located in the Bay Area and two in Los Angeles. It will be our privilege to be guided through the primary Los Angeles home by Schreyer, whose knowledge of art and art history and whose commentary on the art she has collected is unusually layered and complex.  Her passion for art and artists is reflected in the work she collects as well as in her art world philanthropy, Schreyer having long been a supportive and generous trustee of SFMOMA and having more recently joined boards at MOCA and the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. The work on view in her Hollywood Hills home ranges from historically significant paintings and sculptures by Louise Nevelson, Lee Bontecou, Robert Morris, Ruth Asawa, Andy Warhol, and Richard Artschwager, to more contemporary pieces by Wade Guyton and Kelly Walker, Jeff Wall, Aaron Curry, Robert Gober, Glenn Ligon, Amy
Sillmans, Jeff Koons, Matthew Ritchie, and many others.

Thank you Roni Feinstein for organizing this program. 

We would like to thank our generous sponsor for their support

Image: Chara Schreyer's Los Angeles home, architecture by McRitchie Design in collaboration with Gary Hutton Design. On view: Mark Bradford, A Thousand Daddies, 2008, and Donald Judd, Untitled (Stack), 1969. Photo by Matthew Millman.

ArtTable is a 501.c.3 organization. All programs are non-refundable and tax deductible in the amount allowable by law. 
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