The leading modern and contemporary art and design experience set in the heart of mother nature is back for its twelfth edition. Featuring 85 select art galleries from across the globe, the Hamptons art market for influential collectors is back.
Art fairs connect gallery buyers, dealers and people who want to see artists, typically disconnected by geography. Using the fair’s presentation format of a white-walled fish bone structure, a tunnel of galleries lined up one after the other allows guests to experience art from across the globe in a few days. With the number of art fairs and events flooding the market this year, it’s only fair to welcome the Hamptons Art Market.
Everyone wants to feel special and unique once they step inside a box of creative juices. But back in the day, dealers started them as a way of competing with auction houses and fasted forward to the current market and get VIP rooms, private jets, Champagne and Leonardo DiCaprio. In the same way, the cost to attend galleries skyrockets insurance, shipping, installation, flights, dinners and more.
2022 is a year where the Hamptons are hosting its annual fine event from August 11-14—this time moving to one of the unique art spaces out east, Nova’s Ark Project & Sculpture Garden. It will feature 90 top galleries presenting the best in modern and contemporary art and design in an expanded, museum-quality pavilion.
According to a press release, 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 soon.
With a reputation like the Hamptons – an A-lister’s Neverland, it’s easy to see why this prime spot attracts the wealthy from near and far.