Robert Storr Lambert Family Lecture
Lambert Family Lecture
Book signing at 6 PM
Robert Storr is currently dean of the Yale University School of Art, but few would argue if he were to be named “dean of the art world.”
An accomplished painter, art historian, critic, curator, and educator, Storr was curator of painting and sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from 1990 to 2002. More recently, he was the first American invited to be the director of the Venice Biennale, serving in that capacity for the 2007 exhibition. Storr has written dozens of monographs and catalogues, including major texts on Alex Katz, Elizabeth Murray, Gerhard Richter, and Louise Bourgeois. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear firsthand from this preeminent scholar, as he delivers this year’s Lambert Family Lecture.
Robert Storr will be signing books at 6 PM in the Wexner Center Store.
Made possible by support from the Lambert Family Lecture Series Endowment, which promotes dialogue about global issues in art and contemporary culture by supporting an annual lecture by a distinguished speaker.
Free for to all audiences (advanced registration required)