Sara Nightingale Gallery has moved from its long-time location on Montauk Highway in Water Mill to join Sag Harbor's Main Street in The Hamptons. The gallery opens in its new location this Saturday with a solo show of work by Ross School student Aaron Kresberg. A selection of work by gallery artists will also be on view.
The gallery is now located at 26 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY. A Grand Opening and exhibition reception takes place on Saturday, January 14 from 5 to 7 p.m.
The exhibition presents Aaron Kresberg's Ross School senior project "Namibia: Exploring Endangered Species through Photography." The project features documentary video and photography of Kresberg's experience working with vultures, pangolins and other endangered species in Africa with the Rare and Endangered Species Trust (REST).
Also on view will be work by gallery artists. The exhibition remains on view through February 8, 2017.
Sara Nightingale Gallery presents contemporary art with an edge in a variety of mediums. Work presents tends to explore socio-cultural issues of current concern.
Sara Nightingale opened in its Montauk Highway location in Water Mill in 1998 and remained there for nearly 20 years, with the exception of two years (2009-2010) when it was based in Shelter Island. The gallery exhibits curated themed shows year-round in The Hamptons and has presented work at art fairs in New York City and Miami including Spring / Break, Aqua Art Fair and SCOPE Miami.
BASIC FACTS: Sara Nightingale Gallery is now located at 26 Main Street, Sag Harbor, NY 11963. "Namibia: Exploring Endangered Species through Photography" remains on view through February 8, 2017. www.saranightingale.com.
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