Director: Consul B.John Zavrel, New York
Curator: Ron C. Voth, USA
Art-Director: Kurt Arentz, Europe
Art-Jury: Joe F. Bodenstein, Berlin
The Collection is dedicated to Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States of America.
(February 6, 1911---June 5, 2004).
The goal of the Ronald Reagan Collection (RRC) is to collect works of art related to Ronald Reagan and other great statesmen of the Reagan Era, other significant political personalities, scientists, artists and intellectuals around the world, who share the democratic ideals of Ronald Reagan.
"We must build cathedrals of peace, where the people are free."
The founding of RRC goes back to 1991, when the idea was introduced to President Reagan.
The Collection includes sculptures, paintings, graphic works, mixed media, medals, coins, stamps, etc., showing President Reagan. It also includes photographs and documents. The collection can be lent to other museums and various institutions, banks and companies for exhibition in memory of Ronald Reagan and his times.
Sculptors, painters, writers, music composers and other artists are invited to contribute their works to the Ronald Reagan Art Collection.
The RCC thanks in advance all the donors of such works.
Sponsors are welcome to help us build up a memorable collection.
For more information, please contact Consul John Zavrel at
RONALD REAGAN COLLECTION
MUSEUM OF EUROPEAN ART
10545 MAIN STREET
CLARENCE, NEW YORK 14031 (USA)