Object Lessons: The Panza Collection Initiative Symposium
The Panza Collection Initiative's two-day symposium is the culminating event of a multiyear research project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon foundation and focused on the long-term preservation and future exhibition of Minimalist, Post-Minimalist, and Conceptual art acquired by the Guggenheim from Italian collectors Giovanna and Giuseppe Panza di Biumo between 1990 and 1992.
The symposium will feature detailed presentations of the Panza Collection Initiative's research and determinations, followed by panel discussions featuring key scholars, Curators, and conservators engaged with art from this period. A simultaneous presentation of related art, documents, and working drawings from the Panza Collection will be open exclusively to symposium attendees. it will include works by Donal Judd, Bruce Nauman, Robert Morris, and Dan Flavin and explore questions surrounding the changing status of the art object after 1960.
Object Lessons: The Panza Collection Initiative Symposium, is jointly produced and funded by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Getty Conservation Institute, Los Angeles.
Duration Two-day symposium
Please register for each day that you wish to attend.