The Hall Art Foundation arrived at MASS MoCA by throwing a lively reception and dinner for Anselm Kiefer. The artists‚Äô work is the focus of a 15-year exhibition organized and loaned by the Foundation, installed within a dramatic, exquisitely re-purposed 1 million gallon concrete water tank.¬† The next day, MASS MoCA celebrated too, by opening the doors of the entire museum — including the¬†Hall Art Foundation | Anselm Kiefer¬†building — free to the public.¬† Here are a few pictures from the events.
Hall Art Foundation at MASS MoCA.
Andy and Christine Hall embrace Anselm Kiefer.
Crowds gather for the Hall Art Foundation private viewing on Thursday, September 26.
Emma Hall (l) and Maryse Brand, Director, Hall Art Foundation (r).
MASS MoCA Trustee Stacy Cochran (l) and museum director Joe Thompson (r).
Raymond Learsy, Melva Bucksbaum, and Sir Norman Rosenthal, who presented Anselm Kiefer with a freshly foraged Berkshire bouquet.
Mark Hall with The Women of the Revolution (Les Femmes de la Revolution) (1992 / 2013).
MASS MoCA’s Special Events and Membership Director, Jennifer Trainer Thompson.
Christine Hall, Thom Krens, and Daniel, the night’s youngest patron.
Bruce Josephson, Andy Hall, and Carol LeWitt.
Anselm Kiefer greets Wolfgang Laib.
Jay Jopling and Andy Hall.
Williams College students, Daniel Zilkha and Jane Wilde.
Marty Margulies, Dinka Bojanova, and Andy Hall
Christine, Andy, and Emma Hall.
Posted October 8, 2013 by MASS MoCA
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