It's no surprise that Hamptons Art Hub is especially interested in Hamptons art, artists and art galleries appearing during Basel Miami Beach Week. After all, seeing the familiar amid the Miami art fair fray is a reminder of the reach of Hamptons art. Hamptons artists or galleries make appearances at nearly all of the 20 or so art fairs converging on Miami and Miami Beach.

Keep reading to receive a preview of the art appearing at the fairs by Hamptons galleries and a list of Hamptons artists who are participating in Art Basel Miami Beach week as part of an art fair, a pop up event, radio star or as a featured speaker for a Miami museum.

If you're attending the fairs, be sure to Instagram, Tweet and Tumblr your images to Hamptons Art Hub using #hamptonsarthub. We're publishing highlights from Miami Art Fair Week to have your memories included.

MARK BORGHI FINE ART at Art Miami

The gallery is presenting a broad rooster of modern and contemporary artists to exhibit at Art Miami. The artist list includes Josef Albers, Richard Artschwager, Alexander Calder, Lucio Fontana, Helen Frankenthaler, Mark Grotjahn, Keith Haring, Charles Hinman, Hans Hofmann, Yves Klein, Robert Morris, Steve Miller and Adam Pendleton.

Artists with a Hamptons connection include John Chamberlain, Dan Flavin, Roy Lichtenstein, Alfonso Ossorio, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince and Andy Warhol.

Mark Borghi Fine Art has galleries in Bridgehampton, New York City and Palm Beach. They present modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on American Post-War along with European Modern and a strong inventory of New York School artists. www.borghi.org.

.
"Untitled" by Mark Grotjahn, 1996-1998. Marker on paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches.

"Untitled" by Mark Grotjahn, 1996-1998. Marker on paper, 11 x 8 1/2 inches.

.

Eric Firestone Gallery at UNTITLED

Eric Firestone Gallery is bringing a slate of artists that will be familiar with exhibitions held by the gallery. At their booth at UNTITLED, expect to find art by Sanford Biggers, Kelsey Brookes, Kendall Shaw, James Ulmer and Jen Stark, who recently installed a mural in Montauk and was commissioned to make art for the MTV music awards.

Exhibiting artists with a Hamptons or East End connection at UNTITLED include Howard Kanovitz, Miriam Schapiro and Agathe Snow.

Eric Firestone Gallery presents contemporary art with an edge by established and emerging artists that are based around the country. The gallery is based in East Hampton.

.

"Mean Ratio, 2x 24in. No. 4" by Kelsey Brookes, 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches.

"Mean Ratio, 2x 24in. No. 4" by Kelsey Brookes, 2015. Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches.

.

"Untitled" by Sanford Biggers, 2015. Assorted textiles, spray paint, acrylic on archival paper, 36 x 36 inches.

"Untitled" by Sanford Biggers, 2015. Assorted textiles, spray paint, acrylic on archival paper, 36 x 36 inches.

.

Peter Marcelle Project at Art Miami

Peter Marcelle Project is exhibiting some of its artist favorites with a fresh list for its return to Art Miami for 2015. The gallery is presenting art by Peter Beard, Jefferson Hayman, Andy Moses, Clio Newton, Dan Rizzie, Marc Sijan and Daniel Sprick.

Based in Southampton, Peter Marcelle Project presents a vibrant exhibition program specializing in contemporary art from emerging or established artists. Many artists are making art in The Hamptons and provides an insider's look into art of the Hamptons today.

.

"Nathan" by Daniel Sprick, 2015. Oil on board, 24 x 24 inches.

"Nathan" by Daniel Sprick, 2015. Oil on board, 24 x 24 inches.

.

"Bathers" by Clio Newton, 2015. Charcoal on paper, 88 1/2 x 60 inches.

"Bathers" by Clio Newton, 2015. Charcoal on paper, 88 1/2 x 60 inches.

.

Kathryn Markel Fine Art at Miami Project

Kathryn Markel Fine Art is presented a focused booth at Miami Project, featuring works by Sarah Irvin, Ky Anderson, Daniel Brice and Marcelyn McNeil, who just closed a solo show at Markel's Chelsea gallery.

Kathryn Markel Fine Art is based in Bridgehampton and New York City. The gallery presents contemporary art from established and emerging artists with an emphasis on excellence in process in the areas of contemporary abstraction and landscape.

.

"Watchful Bliss" by Sarah Irvin, 2014. Ink on yupo paper, 26 x 40 inches.

"Watchful Bliss" by Sarah Irvin, 2014. Ink on yupo paper, 26 x 40 inches.

.

Halsey Mckay Gallery at UNTITLED

Halsey Mckay Gallery of East Hampton is also bringing artists their gallery goers (along with New York City art audiences) will be familiar with. Their booth at UNTITLED will feature art by Colby Bird, Patrick Brennan, Lauren Luloff, Matt Rich and Johannes Vanderbeek, who recently had a solo show with the gallery.

In addition, Halsey Mckay teamed up with Romer Young Gallery of San Francisco to present an onsite project by Elise Ferguson.

Halsey Mckay Gallery is located in East Hampton, N.Y. They present contemporary art from emerging and mid-career artists. www.halseymckay.com.

.

"Dark Begonia" by Lauren Luloff, 2015. Bleach on bedsheets and fabric, 98 x 95 inches.

"Dark Begonia" by Lauren Luloff, 2015. Bleach on bedsheets and fabric, 98 x 95 inches.

.

Harper's Books at a Pop Up at the Miami Beach Edition Hotel

Harper's Books is presenting a pop up "fair" at Bungalow 252 at The Miami Beach Edition Hotel. Held from Wednesday (December 2) through Saturday only, the pop up includes book signing, programming along with art and books for sale. Also participating over its run is 303 Gallery of New York City, Galerie Eva Presenhuber and Regen Projects with special programming.

Bungalow 252 is open Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. and from noon to 6 p.m. on Thursday through Saturday. The hotel is located at 2901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach.

Harper's Books is a rare book and art book shop and art gallery located in East Hampton, N.Y.

EVEN MORE HAMPTONS GALLERIES

Sara Nightingale of Water Mill brings a slate of Hamptons artists to Aqua Art fair. Lawrence Fine Art of East Hampton presents work at Miami Project and Pamela Willoughby Art Advisory & Art Management of East Hampton and New York City will be making a splash at X Contemporary, exhibiting a full slate of Hamptons artists.

HAMPTONS CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS

In addition to the Hamptons gallery scene making its presence known at Miami Art Fair Week (or Basel Art Fair Week, as you please), galleries who live in the work appear with a range of galleries set across America. Here's a brief guide of where to find contemporary artists with a Hamptons connection exhibiting this week in Miami.

AT THE FAIRS

Painter Ron Burkhardt of Quogue exhibits at Scope Miami with ModernMasters Fine Art, photographer Michele Dragonetti of Amagansett exhibits at Aqua Art Miami with Studio 26; Jewelry designer John Iversen of Sag Harbor (J. Iversen Jewels) exhibits with ornamentum Gallery at Design Miami; Steve Miller of Sagaponack exhibits at X Contemporary with Pamela Willoughby Art Advisory & Art Management as does Peter Dayton. Dan Rizzie of Sag Harbor has works on paper at INK Miami and art with Peter Marcelle Project at UNTITLED.

.

Artwork from the "Health of the Planet" series by Steve Miller.

Artwork from the "Health of the Planet" series by Steve Miller.

.

AGATHE SNOW RADIO BROADCAST

Agathe Snow, of New York City and the North Fork, will radio broadcast her piece Stamina live from the UNTITLED art fair on Sunday (December 6) from 1:30 to 2 p.m.  Broadcast as part of the radio program Untitled, radio on the Miami-based web station Wynwood Radio, Snow's piece can be heard live at the Miami Beach art fair and to Miami listeners. Stamina can also be heard through the station's web stream at www.wynwoodradio.com.

Untitled, radio presents live and pre-recorded audio and musical performances along with experimental recordings and playlist selections. Agathe Snow's performance is presented by Eric Firestone Gallery of East Hampton.from

ALICE AYCOCK BREAKFAST TALK

Sculptor Alice Aycock is the featured speaker at this year's 12th annual Breakfast in the Park at the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum FIU. Held on Sunday from 9:30 a.m. to noon, the event is free and features a complimentary outdoor breakfast and guided tour of the sculpture park, in addition to the Talk. Inside the museum are five exhibitions, including "Walls of Color: The Murals of Hans Hofmann".

Alice Aycock is based in The Hamptons and New York City. Most recently, she exhibited a new body of work along the Park Avenue Mall in New York City, following a partial work-in-progress installation at LongHouse Reserve. Her work was also the subject of a solo show at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill, NY.

HAMPTONS HISTORIC ARTISTS

Berry Campbell Gallery of New York City is presenting works by historic and contemporary Hamptons artists. Expect James Brooks, Alfonso Ossorio, Dan Christensen, Raymond Hendler, Syd Solomon and others in their booth at Art Miami. Based in Chelsea, click here for details on the gallery.

.

"Slow Dance and Staccato" by Alfonso Ossorio, 1955. Mixed media on masonite, 35 x 25 1/2 inches.

"Slow Dance and Staccato" by Alfonso Ossorio, 1955. Mixed media on masonite, 35 x 25 1/2 inches.

.

Hollis Taggert of New York City is presenting works an extensive list of artists at its book at Art Miami. Expect to find work by Pablo Atchugarry, Giamcomo Balla, Norman Bluhm, Alexander Calder, Giorgio Cavallon, Alan Davie,  Mark Flood, Sam Francis, Adolph Gottlieb, Franz Kline, Alfred Leslie, Roberto Matta, Richard Pettibone, Richard Pousette-Dart, Joel Shapiro, Irene Monat Stern, Wayne Thiebaud, Julius Tobias, Jack Tworkov, Idelle Weber, Tom Wesselmann, and Fumio Yoshimura.

Artists with a Hamptons connection include William de Kooning, Roy Lichtenstein, Conrad Marca-Relli, Robert Motherwell, Esteban Vicente and others.

At Art Basel Miami Beach, Van Doren Waxter of New York City presents a strong program of artists, with many pulling from Hamptons history. Expect to find works exhbited by Joseph Cornell, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, Judy Fiskin, Philip Guston, David Hammons, Franz Kline, John McLaughlin, Emil Nolde, Hedda Sterne and Mark Tobey.

Artists with a Hamptons or East End history include Roy Lichtenstein, Conrad Marca-Relli, Alan Shields, Frank Stella and others.

Don't be surprised to also find Frank Stella art presented by Marianne Boesky Gallery of New York City. Stella's work is the subject of a solo show at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.

_____________________

Copyright 2015 Hamptons Art Hub LLC. All rights reserved.

Don't miss a story!

We are on Social Networks

Comments are closed.

subscribe