Peter Marino Art Foundation announces summer exhibitions
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Peter Marino Art Foundation announces summer exhibitions
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SOUTHAMPTON, NY .- The Peter Marino Art Foundation showcases the works of internationally renowned artists in a meticulously restored late 19th century landmark building in the heart of Southampton, NY. Featuring a selection of hundreds of works from his personal art collection, architect Peter Marino curates the entire exhibition throughout the “house museum” with works spanning from Ancient Egypt to the present day.

Highlighting the 2023 season is a summer-long exhibition of Georg Baselitz (May 20 – September 30), and rotating exhibitions of contemporary works by Erwin Wurm (May 20 – July 8), and Michal Rovner (July 15 – September 30).

In addition, new installations of works by French photographer Eugène Atget, noted for his turn of the 20th century photographs documenting Paris, and Italian-born photographer Priscilla Rattazzi, whose new series titled “Three Lindens” makes its debut at the Foundation, will also be on view throughout the summer.

May 20 – September 30

Forty-five paintings, drawings and sculpture by German neo-expressionist artist Georg Baselitz (b. 1938) will be on view throughout the Foundation. Baselitz grew up in Germany amongst the suffering and demolition of World War II, and in the 1960s became well known for his figurative and expressive paintings. In 1969, he began painting his subjects upside down in an effort to overcome the representational, content-driven character of his earlier work. Drawing from a myriad of influences, including art of Soviet era illustration art, the Mannerist period and African sculptures, Baselitz has developed his own, distinct artistic language.

May 20 – July 8

Kicking off the summer are fourteen paintings and sculptures by Austrian artist Erwin Wurm (b. 1954). Wurm’s work involves taking something mundane and enlarging, curving, or otherwise distorting it. His goal is to cause the viewer to look closer at the sculpture and find its true meaning. He is best known for his strange depictions of everyday life and his humorous approach to the Formalism style.

July 15 – September 30

Fifteen works by Israeli artist Michal Rovner (b. 1957) begin a mid-summer show of multimedia and video art. Rovner’s work shifts between the poetic and the political to explore questions of nature, identity, dislocation, and the fragility of human existence. Her works are known for reinterpreting historical memory and contemporary themes through her multimedia practice, in which she employs drawing, printmaking, video, sculpture, and installation.










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