About George Lindemann Jr.
George Lindemann Jr. is an investor, art collector and philanthropist committed to helping communities improve quality of life, expand opportunities and protect natural resources. He is the General Manager of BC Property Investments and serves as President of the Board of Trustees for The Bass—Miami Beach’s contemporary art museum. Drawing on his experience as both a business leader and environmental advocate, Lindemann is actively involved in developing innovative ways to protect water resources and engage communities on climate issues through cultural institutions.
From the Blog
Left: Ugo Rondinone, Miami Mountain, 2016. Stone, paint, steel. Collection of The Bass, purchased with the John and Johanna Bass Acquisition Fund. Photo © Zachary Balber. Courtesy of The Bass, Miami Beach. Right: Bouquet of Tulips by Jeff Koons is to stand in front of...
There are several “Piney” River/Creeks on the Cumberland Plateau. The Piney River near Spring City, Tenn., is on the Walden’s Ridge portion of the Plateau. Its headwaters join with Moccasin Creek, Bumbee and Duskin creeks, before finding the confluence with Soak Creek and flowing through Spring City into the Tennessee River. In 1970 the Bowater Southern Paper Corporation donated the land to the State of Tennessee.
In the News
Sam Roberts wrote a lovely obituary in the New York Times for Wendell Castle. He quotes design guru Glenn Adamson who said, “Wendell is the most important postwar American furniture designer, by a long shot.” Glenn knows his stuff.
A trial jury levied a $4.3 million judgment against environmentalist Maggy Hurchalla after finding that she interfered in a deal between Martin County and a mining company.