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.
The South Street Gallery specializes in superior paintings, drawings, and works by artists from the northeast and around the country. The gallery, at 18 South Street in Greenport, New York on the North Fork of Long Island, represents a variety of artistic styles and disciplines. The South Street Gallery shows works by both established and emerging artists.
Berry Campbell features Post-War Modern and Contemporary art with a focus on established as well as emerging and mid-career contemporary artists, including Edward Avedisian, Walter Darby Bannard, Eric Dever, Ken Greenleaf, Raymond Hendler, Jodie Manasevit, William Perehudoff, and Ann Purcell.
Berry Campbell is a collaboration between Christine Berry and Martha Campbell. Christine Berry began her career at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and then continued onto the Whitney Museum of American Art. Thirteen years ago, she shifted from the non-profit sector to the commercial world. As an art dealer, she worked with some of the world’s foremost public and private collections. Martha Campbell started her career at The Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. She was the director at a major midtown gallery focusing on Modern and Contemporary art.
Gallery North is a not-for-profit gallery presenting original exhibitions, community events and educational programs throughout the year. Established in 1965, Gallery North focuses on contemporary art in a variety of media presented in exhibits that explore the diversity and vitality of the arts on Long Island.