This new and unique exhibition space in East Hampton is focusing on local and visiting established artists as well as emerging talents. The exhibited works are united by their exploration of the artist’s unique and personal message and identity.
Arthur T. Kalaher Fine Art showcases a select collection of traditional and contemporary artists including Andrew Hart Adler, Carolyn Beegan, Paton Miller, Rolph Scarlett, Joe Chierchio, Elizabeth Aline Colborne,Thomas Cardone, Jean Calogero, John Crimmins, Charles Levier, Eugene Higgins, Morris Katz, Niek van der Plas, Fairfield Porter, Johann Neumann and Whitney Myron Hubbard. In addition, the gallery offers local works from the Peconic Bay Impressionists not available elsewhere.
The gallery is also the exclusive repository of the estate of the renowned 20th century artist Nahum Tschacbasov, a contemporary of Picasso and Calder.
The Bridgehampton Museum presents exhibits that support its mission of documenting, preserving and interpreting the history and cultural traditions of Bridgehampton and the surrounding Hamptons communities. The museum includes the Nathaniel Rogers House and The Corwith House, which presents temporary and permanent exhibitions, period rooms and hosts outdoor events and programs.
Temporary contemporary art exhibitions are also presented in the Bridgehampton Museum Archives Building, located on a separate campus at 2539-A Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton, NY 11932.
Chase Edwards Contemporary Fine Art presents art that enhances culture and insight into contemporary art. Located in Bridgehampton, the gallery represents a range of mid-career and established artists plus emerging new talents. Located in Bridgehampton on Main Street, the gallery presents paintings, sculptures and functional pieces that are creative, powerful, passionate and uplifting.
The Dan Flavin Art Institute houses a permanent exhibition by Dan Flavin (1933-1996). The building was designed by Dan Flavin, which formerly housed a firehouse and Baptist church. Part of Dia Art Foundation, the Dan Flavin Art Institute presents temporary and permanent exhibitions. On permanent view are nine fluorescent light works by Flavin, made between 1963 and 1981. Temporary exhibitions have presented solo shows by John Chamberlain, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Alice Neel, Louise Bourgeois, Cy Twombly and others.
Originally built as a firehouse in 1908, the building operated as a church from 1924 to the mid-1970s, and was renovated under the direction of the artist to evoke the building’s former uses: a newel post in the entrance hall is painted red in memory of the building’s years as a firehouse, and the original church doors have been moved to the entrance of a small exhibition space on the second floor that contains memorabilia, including a neon cross, collected from and about the church.
The East Hampton Historical Society museum is made up of six buildings located in East Hampton Town, several which present temporary exhibitions in season. Open year-round is the Osborn-Jackson House, ca. 1720, which features furnishings of a well-to-do post-Colonial East End family.
Eric Firestone Gallery focuses on breaking new ground with exhibitions that expand the lexicon of contemporary art in its Newtown Lane gallery in East Hampton. The gallery exhibits contemporary artists and represents several estates of historically significant artists and presents work that confronts the canonical dialogue between modern and contemporary art through exhibitions that feature artists working in multiple disciplines including painting, photography and sculpture.
Artists include BÄST, Sanford Biggers, Tseng Kwong Chi, Jorge Fick, Sidney Geist, Donald Robertson, Kenny Scharf, Jen Stark and others.
Gallery Valentine exhibits contemporary and modern art by master artists. Gallery artists include Peter Anton, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Roy Lichtenstein, BANSKY, Vik Muniz, Mel Bochner, Mr. Brainwash, Damien Hirst, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Alex Katz, Willem de Kooning and more.
Guild Hall Museum collects, preserves and presents the works of accomplished East End artists. A year-round schedule of changing exhibitions includes solo and group shows presenting internationally renowned visual artists and emerging regional artists.
Solo shows have included Robert Motherwell, Chuck Close, Barbara Kruger, Eric Fischl and others. Curated group shows, traveling exhibitions, the annual Artists Members Exhibition and exhibitions from the collection are part of Guild Hall’s exhibitions rooster. In addition, an outdoor sculpture court presents changing solo shows each year.
The museum’s collection includes 19th, 20th and 21st century art made up of paintings, sculpture, prints, watercolors, photographs and drawings. Internationally distinguished artists in the collection include Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Willem de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and others.
Halsey McKay Gallery shows cutting-edge contemporary art in it’s East Hampton location. The gallery features a roster of emerging and mid-career artists and currently represents: Glen Baldridge, Timothy Bergstrom, Colby Bird, Ben Blatt, Patrick Brennan, Chris Duncan, Arielle Falk, Elise Ferguson, Rachel Foullon, Ted Gahl, Bryan Graf, Joseph Hart, Matt Kenny, Denise Kupferschmidt, Lauren Luloff, Hilary Pecis, and Matt Rich. Halsey McKay also showcases group shows including guest curated exhibitions. Curated by Hilary Schaffner and Ryan Wallace.
Harper’s Books, founded in 1997, is a bookshop and gallery specializing in rare photography, art, and literary books, with particular emphasis on association copies, landmark items in exceptional condition, and unique examples of work personalized by artists and writers. The gallery presents curated exhibitions year round featuring contemporary fine art with an edge and fine art photography. In addition to our Newtown Lane gallery, Harper’s Books exhibit at several international art and book fairs including Paris Photo and the New York Book Fair. Harper’s Books is a member of the ABAA.
Ille Arts presents emerging and established artists on Main Street in Amagansett. Curated by Dara De Luca, the gallery presents local East End artists as well as New York City and internationally based artists. The space hosts rotating exhibitions as well as cultural events including dance, poetry readings and more.
Janet Lehr Inc. offers a sophisticated environment conducive to buying and selling fine art of the 19th, 20th and 21st century. In the tradition of successful secondary market galleries, art offerings are eclectic and rapidly changing. Artist staples are Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Milton Avery, Andy Warhol, Fairfield Porter, Wolf Kahn, Man Ray and Willem de Kooning.
Works from the 20th Century art movements of Abstract Expressionism, Pop, Color Field, Modernism, Precisionism, Social Realism and the School of Paris are actively pursued, as are contemporary Postmodern and Conceptual works of the 21st Century. Curated exhibitions are presented on a regular basis.
At Kathryn Markel Fine Arts, we believe that significant contemporary art can be beautiful as well as visually and intellectually rigorous and that acquiring it should be a source of pleasure and self-discovery. Since 1975, we have helped collectors find the art that speaks to them, and, therefore, exhibit a diverse group of artists united by hard-won craft, compelling intellectual framework, and a love of the art-making process.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts has galleries in The Hamptons and in New York City. Our Hamptons art gallery is located in n Bridgehampton. Our New York City art gallery is located in Chelsea.
LongHouse Reserve presents sculptures and outdoor art installations surrounded by 16 acres of gardens, with guided tours offered.
The gardens at LongHouse serve as a living case study of the interaction between plants and people in the 21st century. The extensive plant collections are presented in relation to living spaces, over time, and with seasonal changes.
Art on view includes sculpture in the gardens, Ethnographic works, handcrafts, and modern art. LongHouse offers visitors a chance to experience art integrated with nature.
Mark Borghi Fine Art specializes in American Post-War Art, maintaining a strong inventory of the New York School, European Modern, and Contemporary Art. Artists represented include Josef Albers, Richard Artschwager, Lynda Benglis, Deborah Butterfield, John Chamberlain, Dan Colen, George Condo, Sam Francis, Wade Guyton, Al Held, Alex Katz, Ed Ruscha and more.
Mark Borghi Fine Art has galleries in Bridgehampton, New York City and Palm Beach. The Bridgehampton gallery is located on Main Street.
Monika Olko Gallery presents emerging and renowned American and international contemporary artists. Located in the heart of Sag Harbor, the gallery works with interior designers to design intriguing spaces and to connect clients with art world talent.
The former home and studio of Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner preserved and open for public viewing. The building serves as a museum to illustrate the setting in which Pollock and Krasner created many of their iconic works and as a place for the study of modern American Art and the Eastern Long Island Community. The Museum also hosts changing exhibitions featuring prominent American artists.
Roman Fine Art's mission is to create and foster new environments dedicated to recognizing and supporting Contemporary Art by showcasing the cutting edge talent increasingly pervading mainstream culture. The gallery's goal is to further advance the dialogue of New Contemporary Art movements from around the world.
Among the talented and internationally renowned artists to have exhibited in Roman Fine Art exhibitions are Ray Caesar, Colin Christian, Tim Conlon, AJ Fosik, Gentleman’s Game, Mark Jenkins, Elektra KB, Steven Kline, Jessica Lichtenstein, Francesco Lo Castro, Nathan Sawaya, Swoon and Dean West.
The mission of the Sag Harbor Whaling & Historical museum is to preserve, interpret and promote the culture of Sag Harbor through its collection of historical objects related to the village’s whaling history, as well as the presentation of contemporary exhibits and events that reflect the culture of the village today and put Sag Harbor’s past and present into context.
Sara Nightingale Gallery strives to present significant and challenging contemporary art across all mediums. Since 1998, owner/ director Sara Nightingale has worked with emerging and mid-career artists to exhibit and promote their work, develop their careers and expose them to new markets and opportunities. The program consists of solo and two-person exhibitions, curatorial projects, collaborations and special events. Emphasis is placed on experimentation, diversity, dialogue and risk, as well as art's relevance to the greater community beyond the art world.
The gallery also offers art advisory services focusing on the primary market.
SOUTHAMPTON ARTS CENTER hosts changing art exhibitions along with a diverse slate of cultural programming. The Southampton Arts Center provides a dynamic venue to present the highest quality programming to our entire community through partnerships with a diverse slate of world-class artists, performers, educators and cultural institutions. Southampton Arts Center is a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Consistent with the vision of Southampton Village, the Southampton Cultural Center’s mission is to engage our diverse community and to nourish excellence in all creative art forms as a welcoming venue for dynamic programs centered on education, exhibition and performance.
The Drawing Room provides a venue for exhibitions of contemporary painting, drawing, photography, sculpture and installations. The gallery also presents 18th and 19th century European works on paper in the fields of Beaux Arts architecture, garden design, engineering, natural history and the decorative arts.
Located on Newtown Lane, the gallery opened in East Hampton in 2004 by Emily Goldstein and Victoria Munroe.
The Fireplace Project in East Hampton, New York, is a contemporary art gallery featuring solo exhibitions, curated group exhibitions, and artists’ projects. The Fireplace Project is a non-traditional project space that presents, rather than represents artists. The Gallery is directed by Edsel Williams.
The Parrish Art Museum, founded in 1898, opened the doors of its new, 34,400-square-foot Herzog & de Meuron-designed, building in November of 2012. The new Parrish includes 12,200 square feet of exhibition space—three times that of the Museum’s former home on Jobs Lane in Southampton. Seven sky-lit galleries devoted to the permanent collection showcase the story of America’s most enduring and influential artists’ colony—Eastern Long Island.
The White Room Gallery exhibits an eclectic blend of contemporary art including paintings, photographs, sculptures and ceramics. The gallery provides a wide array of styles while featuring both well-known artists and emerging talents.
The White Room aims to build strong ties with the local community through hosting a variety of receptions, exhibitions, and workshops, designed to showcase traditional arts, new trends, and more. The gallery offers yearly memberships as well as traditional artist representation.
Tripoli Gallery Southampton serves as a dynamic platform for artistic dialogue between local and international artists and the East End community. It was founded by Tripoli Patterson in 2009 as Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art.
Trip believes that each exhibition he curates acts as a frozen moment of those artists' history - recorded, preserved, and globalized into perpetuity.
Tulla Booth Gallery exhibits fine art collectable photography in contemporary, modern as well as vintage prints. The gallery also features fine art photography books by some of the world's leading photographers.
The mission of the Water Mill Museum is to preserve its historic water-powered grist mill, the other buildings at its site, its museum collection and inform the public about the history of the mill, the hamlet of Water Mill and the hamlet's cultural and natural heritage.
The museum's collection will contain items that best depict the many past uses of the water mill building, the agricultural base of the hamlet's first 300 years and the commercial, cultural and social development of the hamlet of Water Mill from 1644 to the present.
The Watermill Center is a laboratory for performance, art and inspiration, founded by American experimental theater stage director and playwright. Watermill Center provides an environment for emerging and established artists and thinkers to gather and explore new ideas together. Founded in 1992 by Robert Wilson, the Watermill Center opened in 2006 in a renovated former Western Union communication research facility.
The Watermill Center hosts an international artist-in-residency program where artists live, work and interact with the Watermill Center’s extensive collection of art and artifacts. More recently, art exhibitions and installations have been added to their programming. The Watermill Center is open year-round during artist rehearsal events, open houses and by appointment.