Friends of E.1027 & Christie's present a benefit auction supporting the restoration of Eileen Gray's E.1027.
Join us for an evening celebrating the life and work of Eileen Gray. To support the ongoing restoration of E.1027, Gray's seminal modernist villa in the south of France, we will be offering approximately 20 lots across a variety of media, with the proceeds directly benefiting E.1027.
Philippe Garner, auctioneer
Christie's, Rockefeller Plaza, New York
December 16, 2015, 6:30 PM
For more information, email email@example.com.
Join us on Monday April 13 at 6:30 PM at the New York School of Interior Design for "Eileen Gray: Why Now?" A panel discussion consisting of Cloé Pitiot, curator at the Centre Pompidou; Jennifer Goff, Eileen Gray scholar and curator at the National Museum of Ireland; Adriana Friedman from DeLorenzo Gallery; and our very own Sandra Gering. Learn more about the event and purchase tickets here: http://nysid.edu/news-
A limited edition set of prints by Julian Lennon will be unveiled by Sandra Gering Inc. on behalf of fine art publishers Stoney Road Press and Friends of e.1027. This original set of portrait stills of The Price of Desire cast in character includes an introduction by and portrait of Julian Lennon. Complete sets of 15 prints are available, as well as individual prints. Proceeds will directly benefit the restoration of Eileen Gray's solarium at e.1027. Read Julian's personal statement about this project on Stoney Road Press' website here.
The Price of Desire, the much anticipated feature film by director Mary McGuckian, explores the amazing life story of Eileen Gray. "More than a movie, more of a movement," explains McGuckian, the film shares the controversial story of how Le Corbusier effaced and defaced Eileen Gray's moral right to be recognized as the author of her work and alludes to a larger universal female experience while cinematically evoking the essential aesthetic of Eileen Gray. Starring Orla Brady as Eileen Gray and featuring Francesco Scianna and Vincent Perez, with Alanis MOrrissette and Dominique Pinon, The Price of Desire will premiere at the Jameson Dublin International Film Festival in March 2015.
Gray Matters is the story of Eileen Gray, the 20th Century artist whose vision, imagination and sensibility changed the way we live, within both houses and their furniture. The documentary is a historical, scholarly and cinematic investigation of the life of one of the most significant, but otherwise little known contemporary artists.
Gray's work will be included at a new permanent furniture gallery at London's Victoria & Albert Museum.
The Centre Pompidou is also currently holding a major retrospective on Eileen Gray. The show includes several period rooms, including e.1027.