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Berggruen Gallery Pops Up In East Hampton

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Berggruen Gallery has popped-up for the 2021 summer season in East Hampton Village.

Berggruen Gallery has popped-up for the 2021 summer season in East Hampton Village.

Berggruen Gallery has popped-up for the 2021 summer season in East Hampton Village.

Berggruen Gallery has popped-up for the 2021 summer season in East Hampton Village. LENA YAREMENKO. COURTESY BERGGRUEN GALLERY

authorStaff Writer on May 24, 2021

San Francisco-based Berggruen Gallery has opened a pop-up exhibition space in East Hampton Village for the 2021 summer season. Located at 55 Main Street, the gallery opened in mid-May and will be operational through September 30.

John Berggruen first opened his gallery in downtown San Francisco in the spring of 1970. Five decades later, the gallery has executed more than 800 major exhibitions, participated in significant domestic and international art fairs such as Art Basel Miami Beach, and exhibited at the Art Dealer’s Association of America’s The Art Show, since the fair’s inception, for the past 33 years.

With this new East Coast venture, Berggruen Gallery will present a curated selection of modern and contemporary paintings, sculptures and limited-edition prints. The presentation will reflect the gallery’s ongoing dedication to juxtaposing historical works with those from the contemporary canon and will feature a dynamic and diverse group of internationally acclaimed artists, including renowned post-war American painters like Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler and Wayne Thiebaud, as well as many important contemporary artists such as Diana Al-Hadid, John Currin, Beatriz Milhazes, Odili Donald Odita and Jonas Wood.

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