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Art Market Hamptons Moves To Nova’s Ark

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Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

A view of Art Market Hamptons 2021. COURTESY ART MARKET HAMPTONS

authorStaff Writer on Aug 3, 2022

Art Market Hamptons is returning to the East End this summer and will run August 11 to 14. This year’s art fair will take place on the grounds of Nova’s Ark Project and Sculpture Park, which was created in part to serve as a base for large scale events for the community. Art Market Hamptons’ 12th edition will feature 90 top galleries presenting the best in modern and contemporary art and design in an expanded, museum-quality pavilion set in the 94-acre preserve on Millstone Road in Water Mill, which is home to the towering, abstract sculptures created by the park’s founder and namesake, artist Nova Mihai Popa.

This year’s event will feature a strong list of local galleries that have defined the region for the last few decades. Alongside local exhibitors, the event will also feature an impressive presence from national and international modern and contemporary dealers to introduce Art Market Hamptons’ audience of enthusiastic collectors to new galleries and artists.

Visitors will be treated to a wide assortment of innovative installations, including “Worth & Weight,” a large-scale, archaeological-minded piece by Morgan Hobbs that depicts a site of ruins made almost entirely from recycled materials, presented by VSOP Projects; Norman Mooney’s exploration into elemental and cyclical synergies of nature with his bold sculpture, “Bloom,” presented by C Fine Art; Mary Mattingly’s abstract, graffiti-inspired metal work, “On a roll,” presented by Alessandro Berni Gallery; and “Sans Titre Ref (334)” by Nicolas Dubreuille, a sculpture showcasing the joined forces of color and geometry presented by Galerie Duret; as well as two installations presented by amArtHouse: Richard Pitt’s bright red, coated aluminum sculpture, “Barking at the Moon,” and Ed Smith’s “Victory Striding,” constructed out of patinated bronze.

Highlights from this year’s exhibitors include: Adamar Fine Arts, Benrimon Editions, Chase Contemporary, M. Fine Arts Galerie, MM Fine Art, Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, SEIZAN Gallery, Sugarlift, West Chelsea Contemporary, Monika Olko Gallery, Kasper Contemporary, Juko Gallery, Arte Collective, The White Room Contemporary, and Michele Mariaud Gallery, with more to be announced. For this 12th edition, Art Market Hamptons will partner with numerous institutions from around New York including Africa NXT, American Folk Art Museum, ArtTable, Association of Women Art Dealers, Brooklyn Museum, Bronx Museum, Children’s Museum of the East End, Japan Society, Neue Galerie, POWarts, The Jewish Museum, and many more.

Local galleries taking part in this year’s Art Market Hamptons include: Karyn Mannix Contemporary, East Hampton; Monika Olko Gallery, Sag Harbor; Arte Collective, Southampton; MM Fine Art, Southampton, Ric Michel Fine Art, Southampton; Juko Gallery, Bridgehampton; The White Room Contemporary Gallery, Bridgehampton; Kasper Contemporary, East Quogue.

Art Market Hamptons opening preview is Thursday, August 11, from 6 to 9 p.m. Public hours are Friday and Saturday, August 12 and 13, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday, August 14, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. For tickets or details about the 2022 Art Market Hamptons, visit artmarkethamptons.com. Nova’s Ark Project and Sculpture Park is at 206 Millstone Road in Water Mill.

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