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The 2024 In Dialogue program videos will be available on this site in March. Tickets for the 2025 Opening Night Party and Young Collectors Night will be available in Summer 2024. Please check back.

 

Design Co-Chairs Panel

January 19, 1:00 PM

2024 Design Co-Chairs Billy Cotton, Ellen Hamilton, Alexa Hampton, Corey Damen Jenkins, and Peter Pennoyer talk with Wendy Goodman, New York magazine Design Editor, on what it takes to create timeless spaces incorporating both historic and contemporary work that not only transcend trends but speak to each client’s personality and way of living.

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Americana is Now: Four Perspectives on Collecting

January 19, 4PM

Moderator: Ellen McGauley, Executive Editor, Veranda magazine

Panelists:
Joe Gromacki, Chair of Jenner & Block's firmwide Corporate Practice, Collector
Elizabeth Lawrence, Partner, Williams Lawrence
Frank Levy, Dealer, Levy Galleries
Steven W. Spandle, Principal, Steven W. Spandle Architect, LLC

This panel is in collaboration with the Focus: Americana exhibition presented on the Show floor.

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A Collecting Dynasty: The Rockefeller Family

January 20, 3PM

As passionate art collectors and philanthropists with an incredible range of interests that spanned the globe, the Rockefeller family, in so many ways, stands as the acme of patronage in this country. Throughout several generations, beginning with Abby and John D Rockefeller, Jr., their unwavering support for the visual arts was critical to the development of cultural institutions focused on the family members’ individual collecting interests, such as Asia Society, the Cloisters, Colonial Williamsburg and its Folk Art Museum, Japan Society, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art. With the participation of two Asian art historians and museum professionals and a dealer of European Art, each of whom personally worked with or for members of the Rockefeller family over the past forty plus years, our discussion will focus on the legacy of multiple generations of Rockefellers, their remarkable collections, and lasting contributions to the world of art and antiques.

Moderator: Joan B. Mirviss, President Joan B Mirviss LTD

Panelists:
Cynthia B. Altman, Curator Emerita at Kykuit
Michele Beiny, Michele Beiny, Inc.
Vishakha N. Desai, President Emeritus, Asia Society

Presented in collaboration with Asia Week New York.

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The New Antiquarians and the Future of Antiques

January 20, 5PM

The antiques world is bursting open thanks to a new generation of collectors. Join Michael Diaz-Griffith, Executive Director of the Design Leadership Network, and Elle Decor Senior Design Writer Camille Okhio for a talk about Diaz-Griffith’s book, “The New Antiquarians: At Home with Young Collectors,” inspired by his time as a director of the Show, and a discussion centered on Okhio’s collecting practice. Together, the duo will consider the timeless allure of objects, the changing face of connoisseurship, and compelling new ways of living with the past in a digital age.

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The Wallace Collection: Past, Present, and Future

January 21, 4PM

The Winter Show is thrilled to present “The Wallace Collection: Past, Present, and Future”

A conversation with Xavier Bray, Director of the Wallace Collection and Carrie Rebora Barratt, Director of Longhouse Reserve.

Presented in collaboration with The Wallace Collection.

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Murano Glass, America and the History of the World

January 21, 2PM

The innovation and craftsmanship of Murano's glasshouses have long captivated American audiences, from nineteenth century industrialists fascinated with Italy's artistic heritage to twentieth century designers who helped shape modernist taste. Join our panelists for a spirited conversation that explores the fascinating stories in glass that unite Italy and the United States, including Oliveira’s forthcoming book, Murano Glass, America and the History of the World, and the recently opened Carlo Scarpa exhibition at Magazzino in Cold Spring, N.Y.

Moderator: Sara Blumberg, Glass Past

Panelists:
Johnathan Stuart Gordon, curator of American decorative arts at the Yale University Art Gallery
Jim Oliveira, Glass Past
Giorgio Spanu, co-founder of Magazzino Italian Art Foundation

Presented in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art.

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Contemporary Art and Cold War Embassies

January 24, 5PM

Moderator: Julia P. Herzberg, Art Historian, Independent Curator and member of The Fund for Park Avenue Sculpture Committee

Panelists:
Jennifer Duncan, Director, Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies
Jorge Otero-Pailos, Artist, Preservationist and Director of the Historic Preservation Program, Columbia University GSAPP
David Peterson, Author and Founder of the Onera Foundation

Presented in collaboration with The Fund for Park Avenue

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Singular Sensations: How Designers Work with Artisans to Create One-of-a-Kind Homes

January 24, 3PM

While every house is a completely unique mix of taste and style, designer Brian McCarthy works with artisans to ensure that the home itself is a work of art by enlisting extraordinary artists and artisans for bespoke projects. Join him, artist Nancy Lorenz and adviser Ashlee Harrison for a lively conversation about the process from inspiration to installation moderated by Galerie magazine editor-in-chief Jacqueline Terrebonne.

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Decorating History: Preserving American Interior Design

January 27, 5PM

The Winter Show is thrilled to present “Decorating History: Preserving American Interior Design”:

Vin Cipolla, President and CEO of Historic New England, talks with FREDERIC magazine's Kate Bolick about how Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House, in Gloucester, Massachusetts, remains an enduring icon of American design.

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Weaving Luxury into Modern Living: Dorothy Liebes' Collaborations with Architects and Designers at Mid-Century

January 27, 3PM

Journalist and design historian Mitchell Owens will moderate a discussion of Liebes’ groundbreaking contributions to modern design with Susan Brown and Alexa Griffith Winton, curators and authors of the Cooper Hewitt show; Scott Powell, author of Frances Elkins: Visionary American Designer; and Liz O'Brien, author of Ultramodern: Samuel Marx - Architect, Designer, Art Collector.

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The Market for Drawings: How to Collect

January 27, 12:30PM

The Winter Show is thrilled to present “The Market for Drawings: How to Collect”

Moderator: Megan Corcoran Locke, ArtTactic

Panelists:
Christopher Bishop, Master Drawings New York
Jill Newhouse, Jill Newhouse Gallery
Emily Peters, The Cleveland Museum of Art
Michael Rubenstein, Collector

Presented in collaboration with Master Drawings New York and The Drawing Foundation

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previous programs

Collecting Outside the Lines

The Magazine ANTIQUES presents: Evolving Narratives in the 21st Century Museum

Charlotte Vignon: Duveen Brothers' Tricks of the Trade

The American Eye: Collecting from the Gilded Age to the Present

Design Firsts: Presented by 1stDibs

HISTORIC GARDENS: Three New York Treasures

Tradition & Imagination: Winterthur's Chandler Farm

The Enduring Legacy Of Louis Comfort Tiffany

Vibe Shift: Dressing Our Lives for Our Times

JP Morgan: A Collector's Legacy

John Pierpont Morgan was not only one of the most powerful figures in finance with his name atop one of the world’s leading banking and investment firms, but also a prodigious collector, whose legacy resides in his many masterworks that are now highlights of important museum and private collections. The many facets of his passion for collecting, and the story behind his Asian, ancient, and Western art acquisitions will be explored by our notable panel of scholars.

MODERATOR:
Charlotte Eyerman, JP Morgan Chase

PANELISTS:
Colin B. Bailey, The Morgan Library & Museum
Steven Chait, Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc.
Linda Roth, Wadsworth Atheneum
Jean Strouse, Biographer and author

THE VANISHED COLLECTION: A Memoir of Parisian Art Plunder

Pauline Baer de Perignon's great-grandfather Jules Strauss was an avid collector and major donor to the Louvre in the early 20th century. Paintings in his collection by Renoir, Monet, Degas, Tiepolo, and more disappeared after the Nazi's seized his elegant Parisian apartment in 1942.

Join the author and Marc Masurovsky, founder of the Holocaust Art Restitution Project, for a discussion about the looting of art treasures in Nazi occupied Paris.

The Historic and Artistic Significance of English Furniture

Blended Spirits: A Curious Objects Cocktail Hour at The Winter Show