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By Colin Moynihan, New York Times, March 10, 2018

Opioid Protest at Met Museum Targets Donors Connected to OxyContin
Anti-opioid activists unfurled banners and scattered pill bottles on Saturday inside the Sackler Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, which is named for a family connected to the powerful painkilling drug OxyContin. 
The protest, which was organized by a group started by the celebrated photographer Nan Goldin, started just after 4 p.m., when several dozen people converged at the Temple of Dendur inside the wing.
The wing is named after Arthur, Mortimer and Raymond Sackler, brothers who in the 1970s donated $3.5 million toward its construction. Their scientific and marketing skills also transformed a small business into what became Purdue Pharma, the company that developed OxyContin, which has been widely prescribed and abused. The drug’s active ingredient, oxycodone, is among the most common painkillers involved in prescription opioid overdose deaths, which have become an unrelenting crisis in the United States.  Read the Article here


The Met Fifth Avenue


See “Before/On/After: William Wegman and California Conceptualism, 17 January - 15 July 2018. At The Met Fifth Avenue

See other works by William Wegman from the exhibit, "Dressed and Undressed” at the Sperone Westwater, New York

AVAILABLE - EIGHT WORKS BY WILLIAM WEGMAN; Titled and signed "William Wegman”





Wegman: Big FurnitureWegman: Bob's Big BoyWegman: TabletopWegman: Artist's DogWegman Resting ReindeerWegman Man Ray under Leaves (1, set of 3)Wegman Man Ray under Leaves (2, set of 3)Wegman Man Ray under leaves (3, set of 3)

Starter Collection

Leger(after)La Grand Parade


We are pleased to present a few affordable pieces that make starting or additing to your own collection easy and afforfable. Many of Susan L. Halper Fine Arts offerings are especially suited to the beginning art collector who wants to buy affordable art with value and art historical context. 

We have selected works from a variety of prices and sizes, styles from the 1950s to contemporary. Please have a look and contact the Gallery if you have any questions or are looking for something not shown in this collection.

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