Preferring the Now: Two Centuries of Collecting Contemporary Art

The words "That was then, this is now" superimposed over a black and white image of a cloudy sky; the work of art is by Edward Ruscha.

The Center for the History of Collecting, in association with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, presents Preferring the Now: Two Centuries of Collecting Contemporary Art, a panel discussion with Michael Govan, Lucy Mitchell-Innes, and Mickey Cartin, moderated by Inge Reist, with closing remarks by Melissa Chiu.


Tickets available at the door.

Image Credit: Ed Ruscha, THAT WAS THEN THIS IS NOW #1, 1989, © Edward J. Ruscha IV