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Notable galleries to offer important works at Art Southampton this month
A unique 2005 Ferrari F430. Photo: Courtesy of Dorian Gray Gallery.
SOUTHAMPTON.- Art Southampton will host over 80 international art galleries with a strong focus on works from the 20th and 21st centuries including paintings, photography, prints, drawings, design, video art, sculpture and indoor and outdoor curated projects of the highest quality, as well as equally prestigious local galleries in the U.S., including the Hamptons and New York City.

· Following in the footsteps of Andy Warhol, Bronx-born graffiti artist John Matos – AKA Crash – has teamed up with Joe “Mac” LaPadula of Martino Auto Concepts and Dorian Grey Gallery to spray-paint his way to a unique 2005 Ferrari F430. The car was donated from LaPadula’s personal collection of vehicles, and the project caught the eye of Dorian Grey Gallery, which, run by New York gallerists Christopher Pusey and Luis Accorsi in the East Village, prides itself on having a keen eye focused on street art, graffiti and the New York emerging scene.

· Southampton’s Keszler Gallery will be exhibiting some pieces by notorious graffiti artist Banksy.

· East Hampton’s Gallery Valentine will exhibit works by George Condo [photo attached] and Robert Indiana, as well as “Juxtapose,” a stencil and mixed-media on paper, by internationally acclaimed graffiti artist Mr. Brainwash

Art Southampton, presented by Art Miami, is conveniently located on the sprawling 18-acre estate property behind the Southampton Elks Lodge and adjacent to the Southampton Golf Club, directly off of Route 27A. ). The proximity of the Art Southampton Pavilion provides easy access for residents and collectors on Long Island, the greater New York region and the Tri-State area, who visit the Hamptons during the summer. Especially for those who are making day trips, the Fair offers ample on-site complimentary parking and valet service.





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July 16, 2014

New feathered predatory fossil, unearthed in China, sheds light on dinosaur flight

Exhibition at Thyssen Bornemisza Museum presents an analysis of the concept of the 'unfinished'

Group show at Blain/Southern in London explores ideas of the void and emptiness

Sotheby's to offer dinosaurs, woolly rhinoceros and marine reptile in Paris on September 30

Snowdon gives 130 of his most iconic photographs from his archive to National Portrait Gallery

The Academy announces major gifts from Dolby Laboratories and the Dolby family

Museum of Modern Art appoints Martino Stierli as Chief Curator of Architecture and Design

Christie's London announces Second Annual Out of the Ordinary Sale to be held on 3 September

Destination London: Record sales distinguish capital as key art market hub

The Phillips Collection in Washington introduces a uCurate app for curating on-the-go

Japanese businessman Yuzo Yagi thanks Italy with $2.7 million Roman pyramid

Call for Participation: Daniel Canogar looks for particpants for project in Times Square

Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art acquires Benvenuto Tisi Nativity painting

Forty Over 40 honors Guggenheim Museum's Chief Curator Nancy Spector

Notable galleries to offer important works at Art Southampton this month

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts acquires major Taos School painting

Tsang Kin-Wah selected as Hong Kong's submission for the 56th Venice Biennale

Project EATS to run a farm stand in front of Brooklyn Museum Thursdays

An important painting by Pop-artist Sam Walsh donated to the nation under the Cultural Gifts Scheme

Berry Campbell opens exhibition of paintings by Eric Dever and Jodie Manasevit

NEA selects Wendy Clark as Director of Museums, Visual Arts, and Indemnity

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