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November 22, 2011

Lincoln Center's Renowned Limited-Edition Print Collection Comes to the New York Design Center This Winter

Visual Art and Exhibitions

November 22, 2011

Press Contacts:

Lincoln Center:

Marian Skokan


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New York Design Center:

Alix Lerman

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An Outstanding Selection of Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project Prints will be on Exhibit and For Sale December 6 through January 14 at New York’s Leading Design Resource

November 22 2011, (New York, NY) – Lincoln Center is pleased to partner with the New York Design Center on an exhibit featuring contemporary art work by 20 artists represented in the Vera List Art Project, including Jim Dine, Richard Serra, William Kentridge, Wolf Kahn, Chuck Close and Donald Baechler whose work is the latest to be commissioned for the Project. This is the first time these prints will have a showing specifically directed to the design community. It is also a unique opportunity to own a limited-edition work by some of today’s leading contemporary artists. Prices for the majority of prints in the exhibit range from $1,800 to $5,000, with all proceeds benefiting Lincoln Center. The exhibition is scheduled to run from December 6 through January 14.

An opening night celebration on December 6 will be co-hosted by Jim Druckman, NYDC President and CEO, designer David Kleinberg and designer Dennis Miller. It will bring together designers, Lincoln Center supporters and art enthusiasts. Shining a further spotlight on the arts, a jazz quartet from the Juilliard School, one of Lincoln Center’s resident organizations, will provide the entertainment.

The partnership with Lincoln Center marks the NYDC’s continuing commitment to showcasing the relationship between art and design. “The NYDC is proud to support the arts and introduce the Vera List Art Project to the design community. It is exciting to not only be able to view these works as an exhibition, but to also purchase them with proceeds benefitting Lincoln Center” explains Jim Druckman, President and CEO of the New York Design Center.

About Lincoln Center’s Vera List Art Project

Lincoln Center’s Vera List Art Project was established in 1962 by philanthropists Vera and Albert List as a way to both support the visual arts and raise funds for Lincoln Center. Since the inception of the program, Lincoln Center has commissioned major artists of the time to create works available for sale to the public. Among the artists represented are Jim Dine, Richard Serra, Helen Frankenthaler, William Kentridge, Roy Lichtenstein, Wolf Kahn, Jennifer Bartlett, and Chuck Close. Art historians and curators refer to the Vera List Art Project as a visual window on the last five decades of contemporary art: Minimalism, Pop Art, Color Field and Abstract Expressionism are only a few of the art movements represented in this Collection of outstanding prints. Limited-edition prints from the Vera List Art Project have been acquired by notable corporations, private collectors, and museums around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Tate Modern Museum in London. Approaching its 50th anniversary and nearly 150 artists later, the Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project remains at the forefront of art trends, commissioning fresh, original works by a who’s who of the contemporary art world.

About Lincoln Center

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) serves three primary roles: presenter of artistic programming, national leader in arts and education and community relations, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. A presenter of more than 5,000 events performances, tours, and educational activities annually, LCPA’s series include American Songbook, Great Performers, Lincoln Center Festival, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Midsummer Night Swing, the Mostly Mozart Festival, White Light Festival, and the Emmy Award-winning Live From Lincoln Center. As manager of the Lincoln Center campus, LCPA provides support and services for the Lincoln Center complex and its 11 resident organizations. In addition, LCPA is leading a series of major capital projects, now nearly complete, on behalf of the resident organizations across the campus.

About NYDC

The New York Design Center is the industry’s source for current design, representing avant-garde, contemporary innovations, as well as classic creations. Built in 1926 the NYDC was the dream of few visionaries in the furniture industry. Today, the New York Design Center’s rich history enhances its reputation as a vibrant, dynamic resource for imaginative solutions to any design challenge. The New York Design Center’s newest initiatives include“[email protected],” a full floor of fine antiques and 20th century design from 1stdibs dealers around the globe, and the introduction of Access To Design™, a program intended to enhance the NYDC’s reputation as a destination for all design needs.

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