Art Southampton 2014 Event Schedule
VIP Preview + First View
Thursday, July 24
| Platinum VIP Preview View
6PM - 7:30PM | Art Southampton, GRAFF Diamonds, Ruinart Champagne, Maserati and participating Galleries invite Platinum VIP collectors and accredited members of the Press to experience an exclusive first view of the highly anticipated Art Southampton Fair with a cocktail reception benefiting The Parrish Art Museum. Complimentary Champagne and Hors d'oeuvres will be served.
7:30PM - 10PM | The VIP Preview continues for Art Southampton VIP cardholders to acquire the finest pieces of modern and contemporary art from the 20th and 21st centuries prior to the Fair opening to the public the following day.
Champagne Reception featuring the Jeff Koons Split Rocker Vase
Friday, July 25th, 5:30PM-7PM – Sponder Gallery Booth #AS78
Please join Sponder Gallery for a champagne reception featuring the Jeff Koons
Split Rocker. American artist Jeff Koons has paired with Bernardaud to translate his iconic
sculpture into limited editions. The bicephalous Split-Rocker vase
is inspired by rocking toys for children and is divided in two parts: a
Dino section and rocking horse section.
Luxe Interiors + Design Hamptons Magazine Launch Event
Friday, July 25th, 6PM - 8PM – Maserati VIP Lounge
By Invitation Only
Parrish Art Museum Acquisition Committee and Gala Chairs Brunch
Saturday, July 26, Noon - 1:30PM – Maserati VIP Lounge
Art Southampton and the Parrish Art Musuem invite their acquisition Committee members and Summer Gala Chairs to enjoy a delectable brunch in Art Southampton’s VIP Lounge while mingling with peers, Art Southampton dealers and Fair Director Nick Korniloff. By invitation only.
Book signing with Eric Holubow
Saturday, July 26, 2PM – Hexton | Modern and Contemporary | Booth #AS4
Abandoned: America’s Vanishing Landscape
by: Eric Holubow
For a relatively young country, America is rich in decaying ruins that cover its landscape. Through his striking photography, Eric Holubow provides a glimpse inside these perilousstructures to reveal the slow but unforgiving wear and tear that has befallen many of the country’s forgotten sites. Holubow’s compelling work forces us to pay attention to formerly grand, significant landmarks and institutions that have long been ignored, and reminds us of the tragic fate that they and everything we know eventually share.
Book signing with Gabrielle Selz
Saturday, July 26, 3PM – Gallery 125 | Booth #AS19
UNSTILL LIFE: A Daughter’s Memoir of Art and Love in the Age of Abstraction
Gabrielle Selz grew up in a home full of the most celebrated artists of the 1960s and 70s when her father, Peter Selz, was chief curator of painting and sculpture at MoMA. UNSTILL LIFE is an unforgettable portrait of a turbulent era and a moving story of her search for a steady place in a world where the boundaries between life and aft often blurred.
New York Academy of Art Cocktail Reception
Saturday, July 26, 5PM – Booth #AS10
Academy President David Kratz along with John Alexander invite collectors and patrons to meet with featured Academy artists for cocktails and conversation and enjoy the exhibition of their work.
John will be on hand to give a guided tour of the exhibition. We will also have signed copies of the book
John Alexander A Retrospective for sale.
Young Contemporaries Art Afternoon hosted by Hyperallergic and Art Southampton
Saturday, July 26, 8:30AM-11PM
Art Southampton will host an exclusive VIP event for Young Contemporaries from Whitney Contemporaries, Museum of Modern Art Junior Associates, New Museum, Columbia Alumni Arts Patrons and others for an afternoon of culture. Tour the Art Southampton Fair and enjoy cocktails in the Maserati VIP lounge with an Afterparty at Southampton Social Club to follow. Tickets and information
1AN Art Symposium
Presented by Art Southampton and One Art Nation
July 25 – 27, starting at 1:00 pm daily
Art Symposium brings together leading opinion leaders and industry
experts to speak on a range of topics covering everything from the
current structure of the art market to talks on succession planning,
integrated art education programs and art appraisal.
are a first time buyer, established collector, industry professional or
simply have a passion for art, our expertly curated program is both
diverse and engaging. The Symposium will start daily at 1:00pm and is
FREE for fair visitors. Please REGISTER
to receive an automatic update of the final schedule and the latest event news.
New Ways to Discover Art
Friday, July 25 | 1-1:30pm
Heidi Lee Komaromi and Gracie Mansion
The online art market supports collectors, galleries, auction houses, and other market players with their everyday art needs and more. This panel will discuss the growth of the online market and how professionals and individuals are using the web to discover, browse, and learn about art.
Adventures in Media: A Panel on Collecting and Protecting Unusual Art
Friday, July 25 | 2-3pm
Dewitt Stern, Berkley Asset Protection, Winston Art Group & Crozier Fine Arts
Sam Pugatch, David Sleeman, Simon Hornby & Greg Smith
Expert panelists will conduct an interactive discussion on past and
present mediums used by fine artists and how they affect aspects of
valuation, security, shipping, storage, restoration, climate controls,
title and authenticity. Speakers will also discuss the Visual Artists
Rights Act and how it relates to damaged works.
Economics of Collecting
Friday, July 25 | 3:30-4pm
This session will offer lessons about investing that are relevant to collecting art in today's market.
Integrated Learning: Changing the Way Art Education Meets the Future
Saturday, July 26 | 1-1:30pm
The session focuses on the importance of an integrated arts program and the
environment that it provides students. In a rapidly changing world,
education needs to allow creativity to emerge and flourish through the
production of art, to deepen a student’s aesthetic understanding and
appreciation of individual works and to enhance the study of cultural
history through an awareness of the role of art as an embodiment of
The Financial Structure of the Art Market
Saturday, July 26 | 2-2:30pm
Deloitte Art & Finance U.S.
This session will a give an overview of the current structure of Global
Art Market including the four historical periods of the market's
development. The key drivers behind the rise of art as an asset class
will also be discussed.
A Conversation with Hunt Slonem about Bunnies
Saturday, July 26 | 3-3:45pm
Speaker: Hunt Slonem & Bruce Helander
This session features a conversation with Hunt Slonem about his new book, Bunnies
recently published by Glitterati Press. Bruce Helander is the author of
the critical essay “Quantum Lepus” in this new book, which offers a
different slant on “hip hop” culture and an inside view on the painter’s
work through comparisons to Franz Kline and Willem de Kooning.
The Art of Appraising
Sunday, July 27 | 1-1:30pm
Appraisers Association of America
This session will explain the many aspects of an appraisal; types of an appraisal,
purposes of an appraisal, definitions of values used in an appraisal and who is qualified to
do an appraisal.
Everyone's a Collector: Let's Get Digital
Sunday, July 27 | 2-2:30pm
Jenny Park Adam & Richard Sarrach
Participants will learn new ways to efficiently manage and archive their
art collection, both physical and virtual pieces. Experts will explain
how to take advantage of mobile apps and a cloud-based online collection
management for today's global art community.
Analyzing Trends and Tendencies in the Global Art Market
Sunday, July 27 | 3-3:30pm
Host: Skate's Art Market Research
presentation will give an overview and analysis of the current
statistics for online art sales and their potential within the brick and
mortar art world.
Art Fairy - the ultimate art learning experience for children and adults!
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 25-27
Adult Tours: Noon daily | Family Tours: 3:30pm daily
Art Fairy tours at Art Southampton make art viewing fun. Art Fairy combines engaging art historical commentary and hands-on activities for all members of the family.
New York Academy of Art, the country’s preeminent school of figurative painting, drawing and sculpture, is thrilled to present to you an exhibition of work curated by the renowned artist, John Alexander. As a visiting critic, lecturer and longtime confederate of the Academy, John brings a unique sensibility to this group show of remarkably talented artists.
Featuring works by: Zachary Brown, Megan Ewert, Elizabeth Glaessner, Angela Gram, Nicolas Holiber, Yunsung Jang, Christian Johnson, Will Kurtz, Bryan LeBoeuf, Michael Meadors, Alyssa Monks, John O’Reilly, Guno Park, Nicolas V. Sanchez, Holly Ann Scoggins, Stephen Shaheen, Aliene de Souza Howell, Maria Teicher, Phillip Thomas, Melanie Vote, Annie Wildey, and Lucy Winton.
Hamptons magazine presents its “Summer of Giving” program with 9 custom designed surfboards exclusively created by art luminaries Tom Dash, Peter Dayton, Michael Dweck, Jerome Lucani, Peter Max, Paton Miller, Jeff Muhs, Peter Tunney, and Charles Wildbank. The surfboards are available for auction online at Charitybuzz.com. Proceeds benefit Southampton Hospital's Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department.
Hamptons magazine kicked off its second annual “Summer of Giving” program by presenting a custom surfboard and art experience auction.
Nine featured artists including Tom Dash, Peter Dayton, Michael Dweck, Jerome Lucani, Peter Max, Paton Miller, Jeff Muhs, Peter Tunney, and Charles Wildbank used a variety of mediums to capture their vision of the water for the surfboards. The charity auction is in partnership with Charity buzz and all net proceeds benefit Southampton Hospital's Jenny and John Paulson Emergency Department.
These surfboards are featured in Hamptons' . “Philanthropic Wave” issue displayed throughout the Hamptons during the season and will be auctioned off at the Southampton Hospital Summer Party on Saturday, August 2nd. Bids are open on Charitybuzz.com until August 6th, 2014