20th May 2010 - 26th June 2010
Organised in collaboration with Jeremy Lewison, independent curator, and advisor to the Estate of Alice Neel. The exhibition includes sixteen paintings that Alice Neel created over four decades, between 1940 and 1978. Represented in the exhibition are both single figures and couples, who range widely in age and background.
The exhibition includes portraits of Horace Cayton, a prominent social scientist, literary critic and writer; Red Grooms and Mimi Gross, artists; Linus Pauling, Nobel Prize-winning chemist and peace activist, and his wife, Ava Helen, human rights activist; and Ann Sutherland Harris, art historian, with her infant son, Neil.