Artwalk Hamptons

Arthur-Pinaijian

Hip Hip Hooray! for Saturdays!

– Nate Lowman and Leo Fitzpatrick Saturday at Karma in Amagansett, 6 – 8PM.
– Kathy Zeiger (founder, Artwalk Hamptons) works every Saturday at Lawrence Fine Arts ( the passageway around the corner from Scoop Du Jour, gallery closest to parking lot) in East Hampton – stop in and say hi.
– Guild Hall rocks x3 openings beginning 5 – 7PM.
– UPCOMING: Hamptons Gallery Weekend | June 28,29,30.
– PROMOTION: Sign-in 3 Friends and receive a link to a VIP pass to artMRKT.  Do you have three friends interested in art walks | art tours | art events? Send their email addresses (only those who want to receive emails) and Artwalk Hamptons will email you a link to a VIP pass Thursday July 11, from 7:00 – 10:00pm. Includes admission for the entire weekend of the fair.

AMAGANSETT

KARMA
249 Main Street
631.905.9854

OPENING | June 15 – July 1, 2013
“Art Relax”: Nate Lowman and Leo Fitzpatrick
RECEPTION:  Saturday | June 15,  6-8PM

Neoteric Fine Art Gallery

208 Main Street
631.838.7518Ongoing – %net proceeds benefit The Retreat, http://www.theretreatinc.org/.
“BAD ASS BITCHES”
 


Illustration provided by Neoteric Fine Art.

BRIDGEHAMPTON

Peter Marcelle Gallery
2411 Montauk Highway
631.613.6170

OPENING | June 15 – June 23, 2013
“Gavin Zeigler: A Thirty-Year Retrospective of Painting and Sculpture, 1983-2013.
RECEPTION: Saturday| June 15, 6 -8PM

 EAST HAMPTON

Eric Firestone Gallery
4 Newtown Lane
631.604.2386

OPENING | June 15 – July 3, 2013
“Sea Foam: New Works by Bast”
Solo Exhibition: Artist: Bast: Brooklyn-based, like Banksy, he is truly an anonymous artist.
RECEPTION: Saturday | June 15, 6 – 8pm


Bast, “Brujita”

Gallery Valentine
33 Newtown Lane
631.329.3100

OPENING | Saturday | June 15, 2013
NEW LOCATION
Celebrate Summer Kick-off with Art Southampton and The Gruberman Group
Artists: Tigran Tsitoghdzyand and Stephanie Hirsch.
RECEPTION: Saturday | June 15, 5 – 8PM

 

Guild Hall
158 Main Street
631.324.4050

OPENING | 3 NEW Exhibitions | June 15 – July 28, 2013

John Alexander.
The Played in the game: Artists & Writers.
Joel Perlman.

RECEPTION | Saturday, June 15, 5 – 7PM

 Lawrence Fine Arts
 37 Newtown Lane
 631.604.5525

 Ongoing | Saturday | VISIT Artwalk Hampton’s Kathy Zeiger
 The Horizontalists”
Featured Artists: Etsuko Ichikawa, Daniel O’Keefe, Emanuel Buckvar, Larry Wolhandler, John Perrault and David Adams.

Emanual Buckvar  “Imperfect Circle #14”

QF Gallery 
98 Newtown Lane
347.324.6619

OPENING | Saturday June 15 – 30, 2013
“The Hitchkock Kiss”
Annika Conner.
RECEPTION: Saturday| June 15, 6 – 8PM


Annika Conner ” The Blue Room”

SAG HARBOR

Richard J. DeMato Fine Arts Gallery
90 Main Street
631.725.1661

 ONGOING….
  “OBJECTS OF DESIRE”
 

The Grenning Gallery
17 Washington Street
631.725.8469

Ongoing ….

“IMMERSE YOURSELF”
Featuring Nelson H. White, Leo Mancini-Hresko, Michael Kotasek, Karl Terry, Melora Griffis, Lynn Sanguedolce and sculptor Chad Fisher. Also introducing Kristy Gordon, a 2013 New York Academy graduate.


“Passing Through” Kristy Gordon. Photo Courtesy The Grenning Gallery.

Romany Kramoris Gallery
41 Main Street
631.725.2499

Ongoing….
“Hand Made and Functional”
Featuring functional ceramic pieces by David Fram, Eve Behar, Ted Tyler, Lutha Leahy-Miller and Joyce Brian.


Lutha Leahy-Miller.

The most sensational ART has arrived in East Hampton. “Arthur Pinajian: The Lost Master | Abstract Expressionism”
Lawrence Fine Arts Gallery
37 Newtown Lane 
516.547.8965NOW THROUGH June 20th, 2013. EXTENDED – COVERED by FOX, CNN, NYTIMES and THE DAILY NEWS. 
 

Pinajian’s [1914-1999] work, which had been relegated to the town dump and was discovered in a Bellport, Long Island garage and saved, has garnered extraordinary attention since Rediscovered Masters mounted an exhibition in NYC, including being featured on ABC’s “Good Morning America” as “the unlikely discovery that has rocked theart world.” The New York Times (http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/09/arts/design/saved-from-obscurity-arthur-pinajians-paintings-shown-in-gallery.html?_r=0) and Long Island Pulse have also featured stories on this extraordinary discovery.  

 

Art historians and crtics are comparing Pinjian’s work to such noted mid-century masters as deKooning, Gottlieb and Gorky, all of whom he knew and associated with at the famed Cedar Bar.

 

“Lost Master” has been successfully presented at galleries in NYC and Los Angeles. Several museums have already purchased his work for their collections.
Stop by and view the most talked about “discovered” artist in decades.

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