ROCKLAND — On Thursday, Jan. 26, the Farnsworth Art Museum presents a lecture by Chief Curator Jaime DeSimone on the Farnsworth’s relationship with the work of artist Louise Nevelson. The talk, in conjunction with the museum’s exhibition “Louise Nevelson: Dawn to Dusk,” which reopens to the public Saturday, Feb. 11, will take place over Zoom from 2 to 3 p.m.

DeSimone will speak about Louise Nevelson and her relationship with the Farnsworth, the growth of the museum’s Nevelson collection, and the Farnsworth’s Nevelson exhibition history. Between 1981 and 1985, Nevelson and other members of her family donated more than 80 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures and pieces of her jewelry to the Farnsworth. With subsequent gifts and purchases, the Farnsworth has one of the world’s most significant collections of the artist’s work.

The fee for this program is $10; free for Farnsworth members. For more information or to register for the online event, visit farnsworthmuseum.org.

“Endless Column” by Louise Nevelson.