Collector’s View 2020

Overview

In sensitivity and solidarity to the current moment of protesting and grieving in DC and across our country, Transformer has decided to postpone the launch of our Collector’s View 2020 Reimagined Online series today, along with our regular online programming.

For now we hope everyone is staying safe and taking care of themselves. We look forward to when we can best share this series with you.

An ongoing list of community-sourced resources of support and mutual aid can be found on Transformer's website here.

 



 

transformer's
collector's view 2020 series
reimagined online

june 1 - 30, 2020


Your daily dose of afternoon art inspiration!
 

REGISTER FOR THE SERIES

FREE; REGISTRATION REQUIRED VIA EVENTBRITE

REGISTER HERE: 

2020collectorsview.eventbrite.com

 

Tune in at 4pm every Monday - Friday this June, as Transformer shares a new video in our Collector’s View 2020 ‘Reimagined Online’ series.

Transformer's annual spring Collector’s View series - now in its 13th year - shares the private collections of a select and diverse group of DC’s prominent contemporary art collectors.
 
Over the past 12 years, Transformer has presented Collector’s View as a series of special receptions in collectors’ homes. This year, in response to COVID-19, Transformer’s Collector’s View 2020 has been Reimagined Online - presenting a special series of videos released to subscribers every weekday throughout June 2020.
 
Each video ‘View’ is as unique as our collector Hosts - providing intimate, insider perspectives on the motivations, interests, and passions behind a favorite artwork in their collection.

Many thanks to Transformer’s Collector's View 2020 Reimagined Online Hosts, and Exclusive Sponsor Long & Foster | Christie's International Real Estate, for their generous support.

2020 FEATURED COLLECTOR HOSTS

Brian Baker, Bad Religion
Brian Burson & Ken Patterson, Wentworth Gallery & U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Gary Cohen, Carlton Fields 
Steven M. Cummings, Photographer and Documentarian
Molly Donovan, National Gallery of Art
Juanita & Mel Hardy, Art Collectors and Co-Founders of Millenium Arts Salon
Nathan Hardy & James Turner, Art Collectors
Ilyse Hogue & John Neffinger, President NARAL Pro-Choice America & Co-Founder, KNP Communications 
Andy Johnson, Gallery 102 & Art on the Vine
Svetlana Legetic, Brightest Young Things
Brian Liu, ToolboxDC
Joe Martin & Will Narracci, Teacher & Doctor
Eric Motley, The Aspen Institute
Lucian Perkins, Independent Photographer & Filmmaker
Libby Rasmussen, Freelance Social Media Director & Event Planner
Dana Rooney, Transformer Board Member
Robin Rose, Visual Artist
Riley Ross, Mincey Fitzpatrick Ross, LLC
Lauren Silva-Pinto, Journalist
Luis Fernando Silva-Pinto, Journalist
Renée Stout, Visual Artist & Photographer
Sarah Tanguy, Independent Curator & Arts Writer
Mary Timony, Ex Hex 
Beth Wehrle, Beth Wehrle Landscape Architects
Sylvia Davis White, Art Collector
Pixie Windsor, Miss Pixies D.C. Vintage Home Furnishings
Julie Wolfe, Visual & Conceptual Artist

SERIES SUBSCRIBERS

FREE; REGISTRATION REQUIRED VISIT 2020collectorsview.eventbrite.com

Series Subscribers will receive exclusive access to Transformer's Collector's View 2020 Reimagined Online. A series password will be emailed to confirmed subscribers prior to the release of the first video on June 1. Reminder emails will be sent each day as a new video ‘View’ is released. 

For further information about Collector’s View 2020, please contact Transformer at 202.483.1102 or via email at info@transformerdc.org.

 

THANK YOU

Additional thanks to our Transformer’s Collector's View 2020 Reimagined Online Board Committee:  Lisa Brown (Chair), Kate Damon, Carole Feld, and Allison Marvin.

Further thanks to the artists in Transformer’s FlatFile program, whose artworks are featured at the start of each video ‘View’.
 

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