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
Wild American Ginseng Published in the Spring 2019 Journal of Medicinal Plant Conversation by George Lindemann Toward the end of April 2018, the Chinese Government imposed a tariﬀ on imported wild American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius). This little known wild root...
Last fall I worked with nonprofit and government officials to ensure that more paddlers can access Daddy’s Creek on the Cumberland Plateau. The paddling days were limited by old rules that did not take into account the importance of ecotourism in the region. Many folks devoted time and energy to this effort, and we were successful in changing the rules. Now, more people can enjoy Daddy’s Creek. Here is a story I wrote which just got published in Paddling Life, an excellent paddling publication. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing about and paddling the creek! Click here to read more >
In the News
The Bass Museum was originally designed by Arata Isozaki, the 2019 Pritzker Prize winner. His protege, architect David Gauld, oversaw recent renovations at The Bass. Gauld talks about his collaboration with Isozaki with architecture devotee George Lindemann for Cultured Magazine.
The eclectic art and design collection of George Lindemann Jr is housed within this modernist villa in Miami Beach, completed by architecture firm Shulman + Associates.
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