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Lucy Kim and Lynette Roth at the Carpenter Center

  • Carpenter Center, Level 3, Terrace 24 Quincy Street Cambridge, MA, 02138 United States (map)

Summer Summits is a series of weekly outdoor gatherings on the terrace at the Carpenter Center organized around informal slideshow presentations by engaging voices in modern and contemporary art in the Boston-area. Taking the form of a personal travelogue, two presenters each week will individually share inspiring moments and sites–about art or not–experienced during travel near and far. Summer Summits is an occasion to enjoy drinks, desserts, conversation and music among friends, colleagues and our community under starlight on the stunning terrace of Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center.

Evenings begin at 7:30 pm on the dates indicated below with slideshows starting promptly at 8 pm, each lasting about 20 minutes. While limited refreshments and desserts are provided, guests may also bring their own wine and beer. Free and open to the public.

Lucy Kim

Lucy Kim was born in Seoul, South Korea, and raised between South Korea, Myanmar, and the United States. She received her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2001 and her MFA from the Yale School of Art in 2007. She attended the Yale Summer School of Art and Music, Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the MacDowell Colony, and is the recipient of the Carol Schlosberg Memorial Prize and the Ellen Battell Stoeckel Fellowship from Yale, as well as the Boston Artadia Award. She was a founding member of the collaborative kijidome, the recipient of the ICA Boston's 2015 James and Audrey Foster Prize. Kim is represented by Lisa Cooley, New York. She lives in Cambridge and works in Watertown.

Lynette Roth

Lynette Roth, Daimler Curator of the Busch-Reisinger Museum, joined the Harvard Art Museums in 2011. Her research focuses on modern and contemporary art from German-speaking countries, with special emphasis on the medium of painting, the relationship between art and politics, and the history and reception of German art in the United States. Current projects include an exhibition and catalogue on the immediate post-war period entitled Inventur—Art in Germany, 1943-55.

Earlier Event: July 30
Stephanie McMahon at T+H Gallery
Later Event: August 13
Sam Durant at the Old Manse