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Tripoli’s Thanksgiving Collective

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Alice Aycock's "Armageddon Allegra," 2017.

authorStaff Writer on Nov 22, 2019

Tripoli Gallery presents its 15th Annual Thanksgiving Collective: “What Have We Done?,” on view from November 30 to January 30 at 26 Ardsley Road in Wainscott.

This is the largest exhibition of artists to date for the show. Curated by Tripoli Patterson, the exhibition will include work by John Alexander, Linda K. Alpern, Vahakn Arslanian, Alice Aycock, Katherine Bernhardt, Ashley Bickerton, Ross Bleckner, Dianne Blell, Katherine Bradford, David Bromley, Justin Crawford, Jennifer Cross, Alice Dellal, Jeremy Dennis, Trefny Dix, Sabra Moon Elliot, Hannah Epstein, Eric Fischl, Saskia Friedrich, Félix Bonilla Gerena, Jack Goldstein, Kurt Gumaer, Mary Heilmann, Candice Hill, Bengt Hokanson, Judith Hudson, Bryan Hunt, Yung Jake, Benjamin Keating, Laurie Lambrecht, Brianna Lance, Liz Markus, Bella McGoldrick, Nick Mead, Angelbert Metoyer, Miles Partington, Matisse Patterson, Alexis Rockman, Christina Schlesinger, Nathalie Shepherd, Keith Sonnier, Billy Sullivan, José Luis Vargas, Ross Watts, Nick Weber, Lauren West, Lucy Winton, Darius Yektai, Nico Yektai, and Almond Zigmund.

Every year, the Thanksgiving Collective highlights a selection of artists that have shown with the gallery in the past, and the show also introduces new artists to the gallery and the East End community. Featuring 50 artists, this year’s Thanksgiving Collective honors the visions of this diverse group of artists, while acknowledging the artists’ continual support of the gallery’s mission to engage and promote the presence of the art community on the East End and its international reach.

An opening reception for the artists will be held on Saturday, November 30, from 5 to 8 p.m. at 26 Ardsley Road (the cross street from East Gate Road), Wainscott. For details, call 631-377-3715.

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