Restoration conversations: Women Artists and the Abstract Revolution

Restoration conversations: Women Artists and the Abstract Revolution

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Christian and Florence Levett will talk with Linda Falcone, director of Advancing Women Artists, about the (mostly American) female abstraction art collection in their Florence home, which features works by Elaine de Kooning, Louise Bourgeois and Louise Nevelson, Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Cecily Brown and Tracey Emin, amongst others. To get in touch, see their Mougins Museum website.
 
 
 

See the other videos in the Restoration Conversations series here:

Restoration Conversations: Art rescue in progress. Conservator Elizabeth Wicks live from her Florence studio.

Restorations Conversations: Artemisia, an interview with Letizia Treves, the Sassoon Curator of Later Italian paintings at The National Gallery.

Restoration Conversations: Accademia delle Arti del Disegno with Dr Cristina Acidini.

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