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ARTHAMPTONS 2009 - JULY 10-12; PREVIEW JULY 9

THE ONLY ART SHOW OF INTERNATIONAL FINE ART 1900
PRESENT IN THE HAMPTONS

The Small Fair That Buys Like a Big Fair


 

 
 
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SOUTHAMPTON, NY,  -- From July 10 to 12, 2009, the Hamptons, New York, will host the second edition of ArtHamptons, the only fine art fair in the Hamptons for museum-quality modern and contemporary art. Sixty-four leading galleries from the USA, Canada and Europe are bringing $200 million worth of art. They will be showcasing all forms of artistic expression. With the paintings, drawings, watercolors, photography and sculpture of the 20th and 21st centuries offered, ArtHamptons will have the range, depth and quality of any fair nationwide. More than 5,000 art lovers are expected to visit the international art show. Prices will range from two thousand dollars for multiples and works by younger artists to four million dollars for museum-quality masterpieces.

 

In the inaugural 2008 year, 5,000 art enthusiasts streamed through ArtHamptons fulfilling its promise as one of the highlights of The Hamptons cultural and social calendar. With its proximity to New York City  and the centers of the finance, entertainment, design, architecture, fashion and celebrity businesses, the ArtHamptons galleries buzzed with an art lovers and collectors scene reminiscent and referred to by many attendees as the “mini-ArtBasel” of the Hamptons. ArtHamptons is strategically located in the center of The Hamptons in Bridgehampton (one of the ten top wealth zip codes in America, according to Forbes), on the grounds of the Bridgehampton Historical Society.

 

“It’s a great time to buy important artworks,” said Rick Friedman, chairman, ArtHamptons, Southampton, “because primary and secondary market prices have adjusted and there are great treasures to be had and very fair prices. And you can enjoy them daily on your walls. Art is a lot more interesting and tangible now than your stock portfolio.”

 

The Hamptons during the past century has been home or studio for 600 “important” American and internationally recognized artists. The East End has been a fertile terrain for serious and intelligent art buying and art patronage. ArtHamptons discussions again will feature prominent art-world personalities, while artists Jane Wilson, Elliott Erwitt and Lillian Bassman will be honored with “lifetime achievement” awards and dedicated wall displays of their careers and works. Visitors can also look forward to exciting programs such as visits to private art collections, preview party, and artists’ book signings.

 

On the eve of the opening on July 9, invited guests will attend the exclusive Collectors Preview benefiting East Hampton’s Guild Hall Museum that includes an auction of a Jennifer Bartlett print donated by the Nikola Rukaj Gallery.

Galleries

ArtHamptons is picking an exciting mix of 64 galleries for this year’s show. Exhibitions will include group and solo shows from younger artists to historical figures including William Glackens, Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, Georgia O’Keefe, Fairfield Porter, Larry Rivers, Jane Freilicher and Augustus St. Gaudens.

 

Said Ray Waterhouse, director of Waterhouse & Dodd, “We exhibited at the inaugural ArtHamptons in 2008 and we’re delighted to be coming back. We made some sales last year and were also pleased with the number of terrific new contacts. I think the fair will become an established feature of summer in The Hamptons and will be a must-see for collectors.”

 

The following galleries are exhibiting (list in formation):

101/Exhibit, Miami, FL

ABRA Gallery aka Studio Fine Art, Westlake Village

Animation & Fine Art Gallery, Chapel Hill, NC

Arcadia Gallery, New York

Ark Project, Inc, Water Mill NY.

Barry Singer Gallery, Petaluma, CA

Bernard Goldberg Fine Art LLC , New York

Black & White Gallery, New York

Brick Walk & Harvey, W. Hartford, CT & NY

Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, IL

Cavalier Galleries, Greenwich, CT

Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables, FL

Clark Priftis Art, Baltimore, MD & NY

Conner-Rosenkranz, New York

Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London U.K.

Cynthia-Reeves, New York

DC Moore Gallery, New York

David Findlay Jr. Fine Art, New York

DFN Gallery, New York

Discovery Galleries, Bethesda, MD

Donna Schneier Fine Arts, Palm Beach, FL

Eckert Fine Art-Connecticut Inc., Kent, CT

Eisenhauer Gallery, Edgaron, MA

Eli Klein Fine Art, New York

eo art lab, Chester, CT

Eric Firestone Gallery, Tuscon, AZ

Forum Gallery, New York

Galerie Bale, Marion, MA

gallery gen, Long Island City, NY

Gallery Henoch, New York

Galerie Mark Hachem, Paris, France

Gary Snyder/Project Space, New York

Godel & Co. Fine Art, Inc., New York

Grenning Gallery, Sag Harbor, NY

HackelBury Fine Art, London, UK

 

Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York

I. Brewster & Co.Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

June Kelly Gallery, New York

 

Kathryn Markel Fine Art, New York

Lori Bookstein Fine Art, New York

Loveed Fine Arts, New York

Mark Borghi Fine Art, New York

Mark Gallery, Englewood, NJ

 

McNeill Art Group, Southampton, NY

Meulensteen Gallery, New York

 

Nikola Rukaj Gallery, Toronto, Ont.

Peter Fetterman Gallery, Santa Monica, CA

Peter Marcelle Gallery, Southampton, NY

PGartventure gallery, Larchmont, NY

Portico New York, Inc., New York

Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, London, UK

Spanierman Modern New York & East Hampton

The Cooley Gallery, Old Lyme, CT

Throckmorton Fine Art, New York

Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York

Vered, East Hampton, NY

Villa del Arte Galleries, Barcelona, Spain

Waterhouse & Dodd, London, U.K.

Wendt Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA

Windham Fine Arts, Windham, NY

Zimbabwe Gallery, Oxford, PA

 

ArtHamptons Lifetime Achievement Awards for Painting and Photography

 

This year ArtHamptons is presenting the ArtHamptons Lifetime Achievement Award for painting to artist Jane Wilson and the photography awards to Elliott Erwitt and Lillian Bassman.

 

Jane Wilson is regarded among the deans of landscape painting. Most of her recent paintings have been inspired by the sky, sea, and land of the East End of Long Island. She is represented at ArtHamptons by the DC Moore Gallery (NY).

 

Elliott Erwitt is one of the 20th century’s most celebrated photographers. His unmistakable, often witty style gives us a snapshot of the famous and the ordinary, the strange and the mundane, through the lens of one of our era’s finest image-makers. He is represented at ArtHamptons by Hackelbury Fine Art Ltd. (London, U.K.).

Lillian Bassman is a master photographer of fashion and the modern woman. Her style evokes the sensual, feminine, romantic woman. She is represented at ArtHamptons by Peter Fetterman Gallery (Santa Monica, CA). 

 

 Special Events

 

Thursday, July 9,  6-9 pm Opening Gala/Collector’s Preview- a benefit for East Hampton’s Guild Hall (Available to everyone)

Here is a rare opportunity to “be the first in” to view and select from over $200 million in artwork! This evening is like shopping in a museum. The much-anticipated opening event is one of the social and media highlights of the Hamptons’ summer season. Refreshments, wine, liquor with light food will be served. There will be a silent auction of a signed and numbered silkscreen by artist Jennifer Bartlett, held Thurs. evening from 6-9pm, in booth B10, Nikola Rukaj Gallery.

This special evening benefits Guild Hall.  Admission is $200 per person and can be paid via check, cash or credit card and can be paid on-site. The Jennifer Bartlett work is a signed and numbered silkscreen, “Earth Fireworks”, 1996, Ed.of 108. 29” x 27,” donated by Nikola Rukaj Gallery and Lincoln Center Print Program, valued at $3,500 .

 

Friday, July 10,  “ArtRocks”   Official celebration party of ArtHamptons, sponsored by Hamptons Magazine. Show Viewing 5-7 pm at ArtHamptons. Party immediately following the close of ArtHamptons from 7-9 pm at Bridgehampton Community House, across from ArtHamptons. The Hamptons art community celebrates a century long tradition as a mecca for fine art. “ArtRocks” will be the ultimate “meet and mingle” reception for gallery owners, artists, collectors, curators, art press, art supporters and enthusiasts. Enjoy the music, wine, hors d’oeuvres and dazzling lighting. A memorable first time event in the Hamptons and not-to-be missed. Tickets are $75 per person and includes admission to ArtHamptons and “ArtRocks” party (available in advance by credit card, call 212-876-7092, or at the door with check, and credit card. Hamptons Magazine is the sponsor.

Friday/Saturday and Sunday   July 9 -12   (Available to Everyone)  

Relax and enjoy the Collectors’ Lounge, sponsored by Plum TV. Located on the north side of Building D, this interior designed, open seating area, entertains you with Plum TV’s ongoing shooting of the fair. Watch interviews with notable gallery owners, those “movers-shakers” currently shaping the art world, famous artists, and celebrities. Enjoy the museum-like setting with surroundings of gallery booths on all sides. Cash bar available.

Saturday and Sunday, July 11-12 (Available to Everyone)   Meet the ArtHamptons 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award Honorees for Painting and Photography

 

1)     On Saturday, meet painter Jane Wilson-with a book signing, from 1-3 pm, in the DC Moore Gallery booth, A1-A2. View her curated wall display at the entrance of Building A.

2)     On Saturday, meet legendary 1950/60’s Vogue’s cover photographer Lillian Bassman- with book signing.-from 2-4 pm in Peter Fetterman Gallery booth, B13. View her curated wall display across from this booth.

3)     On Sunday, meet 1950-80’s Magnum photographer, Elliott Erwitt, with book signing, from 1-3 pm, in HackelBury Fine Art booth, D1-D2. View his curated wall display at the entrance wall in Building D. 

Friday, July 10, 2-3 pm: Signing of the ArtHamptons poster by artist Dan Rizzie in the VIP lounge.

Saturday, July 11, noon-7 pm: Silent auction of Estban Vincente print in Peter Marcelle Gallery to benefit Bridgehampton Historical Society.

Saturday, July 11, 1-1:30 pm: "The Power of Photography: Everything You Need to Know About Collecting Fine Art Photography," presented by Peter Fetterman in his gallery booth, 813. 

Door Prize: Jimmy Ernst print. Eligible to all thos who sign in at registration. 

Partners

ArtHamptons supporting sponsor is Sothebys Real Estate. Media partners are:Artnet.com; Askart.com; Artinfo.com; Art + Antiques; Art + Auction; Gallery Guide; Hamptons, Louise Blouin Media; Modern Painters; Plum TV, The NY Observer; American Art Collector; The Art Newspaper; House; American Craft.

Public Show Days & Admission

Friday, July 10 through Sunday, July 12, 2009.  Friday, July 10 and Saturday, July 11 from noon to  7  p.m. ; Sunday, July 12 noon- 6 pm Admission is $20 and a Golden Passport for two for all access is $300. Children under 14 free. All proceeds taken at the door will be donated to local charities. Bridgehampton Historical Society is located at 2368 Montauk Highway (corner of Corwith Avenue).  Free parking for all vehicles is available at the lot on Corwith Avenue.
 

 

Information

For the list of participating galleries and to stay current on developments for the show, go to the website www.arthamptons.com or contact 631 283-5505.


 

      

BIOGRAPHIES - ARTHAMPTONS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RECIPIENTS


Jane Wilson
(b.1924) is regarded among the deans of landscape painting. Her luminous landscapes hover between abstraction and representation. She focuses on events of the natural world—seasons of the year, times of day, and the many moods of the weather. Evoking these constant occurrences, she directs her energies to making the ephemeral visible, to capturing the effects of shimmering light, heavy air, and passing thunderstorms. In many of her works, the sky, which can just as easily be taken as an abstract field of pattern and color, is anchored by the barest rudiments of recession and a low horizon that is a juncture of light and substance. Most of her recent paintings have been inspired by the sky, sea, and land of the East End of Long Island. “Jane Wilson: Horizons,” (Elisabeth Sussman, Merrell Publishers) will be released October 2009.

Elliott Erwitt (b.1928) has been taking pictures for over fifty years. Photographing all over the world, his images have been the subject of countless books and exhibitions. His unmistakable, often witty style gives us a snapshot of the famous and the ordinary, the strange and the mundane, through the lens of one of our era’s finest image-makers. Elliott Erwitt was invited to join Magnum Photos in 1953 by Robert Capa. One of the leading figures in the competitive field of magazine photography, Erwitt’s journalistic essays, illustrations and advertisements have been featured in publications around the world for more than forty years.

Lillian Bassman (b 1917) is a master photographer of fashion and the modern woman. Her style evokes the sensual, feminine, romantic woman. Bassman sought, as she said, ‘to photograph fashion with a woman’s eye for a woman’s intimate feelings.’ Bassman used the medium of fashion photography with an artist’s eye to convey a woman’s gesture, intimacy, seductiveness, dreaminess. Her fashion photographs did not rely on beautiful models and clothes as the essence. She printed through gauze, tissue, careful ‘burning in’ on certain image areas and bleaching sections to create an image with strands of light. Bassman was a photographer for Harper’s Bazaar from 1946 to 1971 when she closed her photography studio, although she continued her personal photographic projects.

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