Private Weisman Art House Tour (2 of 2) - sold out




Join us for a 90+ minute tour of philanthropist Frederick Weisman’s personal collection of 20th century art.
More than 400 hundred works of art are on display in the Mediterranean-style villa, which was designed by Gordon B. Kaufmann in the late 1920s.  The collection includes works by European Modernists including Cezanne, Picasso and Kandinsky and Surrealist works by Ernst, Miro and Magritte. The holdings in postwar art include works by Giacometti, Noguchi, Calder, Rauschenberg and Johns; Abstract Expressionist paintings by de Kooning, Francis, Still and Rothko; Color-Field paintings by Frankenthaler, Louis and Noland; and Pop Art by Warhol, Lichtenstein, Oldenburg and Rosenquist. Contemporary California works include those by Ruscha and Goode, and Super Realist sculptures by Hanson and de Andrea.  Enjoy special treats from Susie Cakes (Susan Sarich ’91).
Date:  Tuesday, October 25, 2016 
Time:  1:40pm SHARP! 
Location: Carolwood Drive, Los Angeles (North of Sunset Blvd. between Benedict Canyon and Beverly Glen Blvd., 10 minutes east of the 405.)
Parking: Free parking on Lexington & Whittier.  (Exact location will be sent by email.)  We will carpool to the residential museum.
Cost: $10 per CCLA member ($20 for a CCLA member + 1 guest); $25 per person for non-members and each additional guest
RSVP: Click here to buy tickets!!!   Sign up by 5 pm Thursday, Oct. 20.
More info: Limited spaces.  Reserve your spot right away!  Tour includes stairs and no elevator.  No children under 12 allowed.  Tour is 90 minutes (2:00-3:30pm) and participants cannot leave early.
Contact:  Kim Bixler at 310-560-0444