Susanna Singer

1. I met Harry (Roseman) & Cathy(Catherine Murphy) through Robert & Sylvia Plimack Mangold, and don’t recall when we were first introduced. My first real memory of them is at breakfast at the Andover Inn in January 2000. We had all come to Andover the night before, for the opening of Bob’s print retrospective at the Addison. The exhibition had been organized by my friend Adam D. Weinberg, and the morning after the opening, Adam, Bob & Sylvia and Harry & Cathy and I had breakfast together. We’ve been friends ever since, and I always look forward to seeing them.

2. Please add a brief autobiographical statement ——
Born – New York City, 1952 Live – New York City Husband– Peter Singer, 1 son – Max Esman Singer I worked at the John Weber Gallery in New York (Soho) from 1975 – 1980 first as secretary and then as director. I left the gallery in order to work directly with Robert Mangold and Sol LeWitt. I wanted them to be able to focus on their work and not have to worry about the other aspects of a career – negotiating with galleries, museums, commissions, etc. I coordinate their archives and take care of other business aspects of their careers. I worked with Sol until his death in April 2007 and continue to work with Bob. It’s been truly extraordinary.

—— January 2008