Location: Recital Hall Carolyn and Jack Lampl Jr. Family Recital Hall
About The Event
After giving up wealth, family, and social status to focus solely on her art, Louise Nevelson became one of the greatest American sculptors of the twentieth century. One of America’s first art stars, a woman artist who made it entirely on her own, she was featured in leading magazines, including Life, Time, Newsweek, Vogue, and Look Magazine and appeared on the covers of The New York Times Magazine, Art News, and Art inAmerica. Psychoanalyst, art historian, and art therapist Laurie Wilson explores Nevelson’s life, personality, and art in anticipation of her new biography on the artist, Louise Nevelson: All for Art, to be published by Thames and Hudson in fall 2016.
Presented in collaboration with the Cleveland Psychoanalytic Center.