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In this lecture, the exhibition’s curator, Ian Collins, (independent curator and writer) considered how Rhoda Pritzker’s background, character, and wide interests informed her unique taste in art. Rhoda’s broad and singular aesthetic as a collector of twentieth-century British paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints reflected a fondness for contemporary creativity and for works reminding her of her roots in northwest England. Visit Modernism and Memory for more information.

Recorded on location:
Yale Center for British Art
Lecture Hall
1080 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06510