How does a Yiddish-speaking young girl in Maine become one of the most important artists of the 20th century? Learn the incredible story of Louise Nevelson’s life, inspirations, and impact on the art world with art historian and psychoanalyst Laurie Wilson, who conducted hours of interviews with Nevelson and her circle for her book, Louise Nevelson: Light and Shadow. The event includes an exploration of Nevelson’s Sky Covenant sculpture at the entrance of Temple Israel, one of only three public Nevelson works in Massachusetts, with sculpture history provided by Fran Putnoi.
477 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
$49.00 Includes a copy of the book
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