Open Studios at Westbeth:
Artists who worked in the Sixties


Date and Time: SUNDAY March 18 at 1:00PM
Where: Westbeth Artists Housing 55 Bethune Street, corner of Washington Street in Manhattan

Westbeth Artist Housing was a haven for many well-known artists during the ’60s, including Diane Arbus, Benny Andrews, and Robert De Niro Sr. Originally an industrial complex whose conversion to artist lofts was designed by Richard Meier, Westbeth was the largest artists’ living-and-working space in the world at the time, and included artists from all disciplines: actors, sculptors, writers, musicians, dancers, and so on.

This free event allows visitors special access to present-day artist spaces at Westbeth. Participating artists include Bill Anthony, Jonathan Bauch, Beverly Brodsky, Anne Brody, Ray Ciarrocchi, Sandra Caplan, Jack Dowling, Jon D’Orazio, Tom Duncan, Patricia Hacker, Gerald Marcus, Avri Ohana, Jean Promutico, Sheila Schwid, David Seccombe, Shelley Seccombe, Frances Siegel, Ken Wade, and John Whittaker.

Part of: The ’60s: The Years that Changed America

Free Event

More Info at: Carnegie Hall Project


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