Dinner Tables and Tickets

Honoring
Ronnie F. Heyman
Refik Anadol
LaToya Ruby Frazier
Joan Jonas

Tuesday, June 4, 2024

6:30 p.m. Cocktails
7:30 p.m. Dinner
9:00 p.m. After-Party

Performance by

FLETCHER

DJ set by

METTE

The Museum of Modern Art

11 West 53 Street, New York
Please use the Ronald S. and Jo Carole Lauder Building entrance.

This event benefits MoMA’s general operating fund, supporting our award-winning education programs and the care, study, and exhibition of our collection.

Questions? Contact us
at [email protected] or at (212) 708-9680.

Questions? Contact us
at [email protected] 
or at (212) 708-9680.

As this is a benefit for the Museum, tickets are nonrefundable.
You must be 21 or older to attend this event.

Event Supporters

Benefit Committee
Anonymous
Sarah Arison
     and Thomas Wilhelm
Leon and Debra Black
Paula Crown
David Dechman and
      Michel Mercure
Anne Dias Griffin
Lonti Ebers and
     Bruce Flatt
Katherine Farley and
     Jerry Speyer
Kathy and Richard Fuld
Agnes Gund
Mimi Haas
Marlene Hess and
     James D. Zirin
Ronnie F. Heyman
Jill and Peter Kraus
Marie-Josée and Henry Kravis
Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder
Matthew Marks and
       Jack Bankowsky
Amanda and Don Mullen
Maja Oeri
Alice and Tom Tisch
Sue and Edgar
Wachenheim III
Xin Zhang and Shiyi Pan


Award

Eva and Glenn Dubin
Amanda and Glenn Fuhrman
Larry Gagosian
Richard L. Menschel
Georgia and David Winter

Benefactor
Scott Belsky
Bloomberg Philanthropies
David Booth and
     Heather Pesanti

Judy and Jamie Dimon
Anne and Joel S.
      Ehrenkranz
Hauser & Wirth
Eleanor Heyman Propp
Elizabeth Heyman Winter
     and Michael Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Larry
     Heyman
Pamela J. Joyner and
     Alfred Giuffrida
Mr. and Mrs. David
     Millstone
Pace Gallery
George Petrocheilos and
    Dr. Jacob Vogelstein
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
Sandra and Tony Tamer


Premium Friend

Judy and Ron Baron
Renee and Robert Belfer
Mary Cirillo-Goldberg
Paula Cooper Gallery
Kenneth M. Endelson
Caryl Englander
Joseph and Michelle Jacobs
Suydam (Sydie) Lansing
Dalia and Larry Leeds Family
      Foundation
Simone and David Levinson
Karen and Paul Levy
John L. Loeb
Ninah Lynne
Sondra and David S. Mack
Hilarie and Mitchell Morgan
Pamela and Edward Pantzer
The Laura and Isaac Perlmutter
     Foundation
Cliff and Debbie Robbins
David and Susan
     Rockefeller
The Edward John and Patricia
     Rosenwald Foundation

John Rosenwald and
     Mary McDonnell
Richard Roth
Gordon H. Smith
UBS Financial Services,
      The Halbfinger Group


Friend

Karole Dill and Eric J. Barkley
Linda Berley and
     Rober Fagenson
Rita and Charles Bronfman
Christie’s
Lisa Dennison
Diptyque
Nancy and Robert Englander
Edward and Patricia Falkenberg
Elyssa and William Friedland
Kenneth Griffin
Shelley and Gilbert Harrison
The Arthur and Janet
     Hershaft Foundation
Rochelle and David A. Hirsch
Ramin Kamfar
Ellen and Howard Katz
Christina Weiss Lurie
Phyllis and William Mack
Carol Mehler
Lucy Mitchell-Innes
     and David Nash
James G. Niven
Nancy Oelbaum
Laura Roberson
Barbara and Richard Rothschild
Andrew and Denise Saul
Ellen and Lawrence Sosnow
Pat Steir
Sotheby’s
Bonnie and Tom Strauss
Robbi and Bruce Toll
Nora Ann Wallace
Penny and John Wallerstein
Staci M. Weininger

Young Patrons Council
Isabella Altobelli
Farnaz Bahmaie
Samuel Biondiolillo
Viljon Caka
Susan Chen and
    James Palten
Edward Hintze and
    Victoria King-Hintze
Julie Hubschman
Richard Murray
    and Garance Choko
Will Palley
Amitha Raman
Blake and Victor
    Wiedenhoeft-Castillo
Alan Baker Yu and
    James Swanson



*Listing as of May 15, 2024

Honorees

Ronnie F. Heyman

Ronnie F. Heyman, an attorney, corporate executive, and dedicated benefactor, has distinguished herself in the worlds of art, business, and philanthropy. She is chairman of GAF Corporation, the country’s largest manufacturer of residential roofing and commercial building materials. She currently serves as president of the Board of Trustees of The Museum of Modern Art and supports MoMA’s focus on museum accessibility for children through her endowment of the Heyman Family Art Lab.


Alongside her late husband, Samuel J. Heyman, Ronnie has pioneered a number of charitable initiatives. In 2001, the Heymans founded the Partnership for Public Service in Washington, DC, to address the need for reform in government agencies, streamlining the federal hiring process and aiding presidential transitions. The Heymans have public fellowship programs at both Harvard and Yale Law Schools. A resident of Palm Beach, Ronnie is also a trustee of both the Norton Museum of Art and the Society of the Four Arts, and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations Chairman’s Circle. She has the honor of being the first recipient of the Evelyn Lauder Humanitarian Award of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Refik Anadol

Refik Anadol, born in 1985 in Istanbul, Turkey, is an internationally renowned media artist, director, and pioneer in the aesthetics of data and machine intelligence. He is the director of Refik Anadol Studio in Los Angeles and lecturer in UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts. Anadol’s work locates creativity at the intersection of humans and machines. Taking the data that surrounds us as primary material, and the neural network of a computerized mind as a collaborator, Anadol offers us radical visualizations of our digitized memories and expands the possibilities of interdisciplinary arts. Anadol’s site-specific data paintings and sculptures, live audio/visual performances, and immersive installations take many forms, while encouraging us to rethink our engagement with the physical world, collective experiences, public art, decentralized networks, and the creative potential of AI. Anadol’s work has been exhibited at venues including The Museum of Modern Art, Centre Pompidou-Metz, Art Basel, National Gallery of Victoria, Venice Architecture Biennale, Hammer Museum, Arken Museum, Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Ars Electronica, Istanbul Modern, and ZKM | Center for Art and New Media. Anadol has received a number of awards and prizes including the Lorenzo il Magnifico Lifetime Achievement Award for New Media Art, Microsoft Research’s Best Vision Award, German Design Award, UCLA Art+Architecture Moss Award, Columbia University’s Breakthrough in Storytelling Award, and Google’s Artists and Machine Intelligence Artist Residency Award.

LaToya Ruby Frazier

LaToya Ruby Frazier was born in 1982 in Braddock, Pennsylvania. Her artistic practice spans a range of mediums, including photography, video, performance, installations, and books, and centers on the nexus of social justice, cultural change, and commentary on the American experience. In various interconnected bodies of work, Frazier uses collaborative storytelling with the people who appear in her artwork to address topics of industrialism, Rust Belt revitalization, environmental justice, access to healthcare, access to clean water, workers’ rights, human rights, family, and communal history. This builds on her commitment to the legacy of 1930s social documentary work and 1960s and ’70s conceptual photography that address urgent social and political issues of everyday life. Frazier is the recipient of many honors and awards including an honorary doctorate of humane letters from Edinboro University (2019), an honorary doctorate of fine arts from Pratt Institute (2017), and fellowships from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation’s MacArthur Genius Award (2015) and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (2014).

Joan Jonas

Born in 1936 in New York, Joan Jonas is an acclaimed video and multimedia performance artist. She received a BA in art history and sculpture from Mount Holyoke College in 1958 and an MFA from Columbia University in 1965. In works that examine space and perceptual phenomena, she merges elements of dance, modern theater, the conventions of Japanese Noh and Kabuki theater, and the visual arts. Jonas has exhibited and performed extensively around the world.

Her notable exhibition history includes Documenta 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, and 13; the 28th Sao Paolo Biennial; the 5th Kochi-Muziris Biennale; and the 13th Shanghai Biennale. She has recently presented solo exhibitions at the United States Pavilion for the 56th Edition of the Venice Biennial; Tate Modern, London; Museu Serralves, Porto; Pinacoteca de São Paulo; Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid; Dia Beacon; and the Haus der Kunst, Munich. Her retrospective at The Museum of Modern Art in New York is currently on view from March 17 to July 6, 2024. Jonas is the recipient of many awards including The Whitechapel Gallery Art Icon (2016), the Maya Deren Award given by the American Film Institute (1989), and the Lifetime Achievement Award given by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2009). In 2018, she was awarded the prestigious Kyoto Prize, presented to those individuals who have contributed significantly to the scientific, cultural and spiritual betterment of mankind.