"Unexpected Moments: Art with a Twist" is an Online Exhibition curated by Celine Moe, Managing Partner of Victori + Moe Gallery in New York for Hamptons Art Hub. Art was selected from submissions to an Open Call Art Competition that requested art that surprises, challenges, delights or channels an unexpected moment through the use of material, the presentation of subject matter or representing an unexpected discovery within the artist's art practice.

All art was viewed online only. To discover more about the art selected as Best in Show, Best Fine Art and Best Photography, click here.


"Untitled Handbag" by Amy Friedberg, 2019. Handbag, plastic shark, duct tape, waxed thread, acetate, acrylic, lights and shelf, 12 x 14 x 12 inches.


Artists exhibiting work in Hamptons Art Hub's "Unexpected Moments" Online Exhibition include Amy Friedberg, Mark Van Wagner, Eduardo Terranova, Jeanne Young, Lisa di Liberto, Lee Russell Holin, Maurizio Battifora, Andrea Rhude, Kelly Boehmer, RJT Haynes, Lisa Federici, Brian K. Leo, Win Zibeon, Candice Licalzi and Mike McLaughlin.

To see the Online Exhibition, view by CLICKING HERE.


"Toxic Environment" by Jeanne Young. Oil on linen, 60 x 40 inches.

"Toxic Environment" by Jeanne Young. Oil on linen, 60 x 40 inches.


CLICK HERE to see the online exhibition presented by Hamptons Art Hub from the Open Call Art Competition. The theme of the art show is "Unexpected Moments: Art with a Twist." For information about the artworks, contact the artists directly through the link in their names found above or email Hamptons Art Hub at [email protected].

To read more about the winners, click here.


Hamptons Art Hub is an online only publication revealing art from the East End of Long Island (The Hamptons and North Fork) and New York City with highlights from the New York Metropolitan area. Hamptons Art Hub publishes exhibition previews, artist profiles, news, art fair coverage and opinion pieces. Click here to begin reading.


Hamptons Art Hub offers two Art Competitions per year in the Spring and Fall. Each competition is themed and judged by an art gallery director or a museum curator from the Hamptons or NYC Region. The next Art Competition will be held in late October / Early November 2019.


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