Tour the Collection of Mandy and Cliff Einstein

An intimate walk-through led by the collectors

Tuesday, July 08
7:00pm to 8:45pm
Brentwood - Los Angeles
Exhibit Preview & Tour
A few pictures from this past Salon

    Join Saatchi Art's Nicole Garton for an intimate tour of the personal collection of contemporary art patrons Mandy and Cliff Einstein, featuring works by some of the most exciting and influential artists of the past 30 years.

    Led by the collectors themselves, this gathering at the Einstein's Brentwood home will allow 15 attendees to hear the stories behind the acquisition of each work, gain insight into the collecting process from two of the most adventurous collectors of contemporary art, and experience their specially-commissioned James Turrell sky space during sunset.

    Guests must wear rubber-soled shoes. No exceptions, please.

    Event will feature:

    • Tour of the Einstein home gallery, led by the couple themselves

    • Discussion about collecting with the Einsteins

    • A sunset experience of James Turrell's skypace, "Second Meeting" (1989)


      About the artist

      Mandy and Cliff Einstein (Collectors)

      Listed as one of America's Top 100 Collectors by Art and Antiques Magazine, Cliff and Mandy began collecting art after becoming involved in the import of furniture from Italy.

      Since this initial foray into the world of art and design, the Einsteins have developed one of the most formidable art collections in the country, profiled in HG, Australian Vogue, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times and Art News among others. It includes work by James Turrell, Raymond Pettibon, Oscar Murrillo, Richard Prince, Chris Burden, Sigmar Polke and more.

      Cliff has served on the Board of Trustees of the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art and is currently Chairman Emeritus of MOCA. He has been awarded an honorary PhD from Otis College of Art and Design where he also served as a trustee, and is a lecturer on the creative process and the role of the arts in today’s society.

      Feedback on this curatorFeedback from this Salon

      Anytime we can introduce artists to those who may not know their work, it's good for all. i found myself wishing for more examples of each artist's work - perhaps 3 or 4 pieces - that would give me a deeper understanding of their talent and how they think. it could be current pieces or even an early to current span to show their growth and direction. very much enjoyed the hosts' work that was up as well.

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      Art all day and part of the night at Saatchi Art
      Venue (details disclosed after RSVP)
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