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83 Galleries from Six Countries and 35 Cities Exhibiting


ArtHamptons will return again on July 8-11, 2010, as one of the major events of the Hamptons and the summer art season. Now entering its third successful year, ArtHamptons has already established itself as one of the top new fine art fairs in America. In 2009, over 5,000 art enthusiasts streamed through.

Only at ArtHamptons will visitors and residents on the East End of Long Island, NY, an international playground for the wealthy, get to witness such a respected lineup of international upper-tier galleries assembled in such an impeccable museum-like setting. In addition to paintings, works on paper, photography and prints, the art fair will offer world-class glass art, ceramics and l�objects d�art. ArtHamptons will feature 83 highly respected U.S. and international galleries from six countries and 35 cities, including for the first time galleries from Russia, Argentina, Spain and eight galleries from Korea, as well as from the U.K.

More than 600 artists ranging from the post-war to contemporary generation of
art stars will be represented in the show. The exhibition will include a vetted selection of 7,000 art works valued at $300 million.
From the masters to important contemporary offerings, there will be something for everyone's
budget level.

Last year, with post-show sales remaining vibrant for many galleries, a stunning $10 million in art sales was generated as a result of ArtHamptons.


Noted Rick Friedman, ArtHamptons founder, "We see the vibrant ArtHamptons sales last year and the most recent New York and London auctions with a sell though rate over 90 percent of the lots offered, are auspicious signs for the art world. We just returned from our company-produced San Francisco Fine Art Fair that ended on May 23 and experienced firsthand the vibrancy of the international art market right now: 15,000 enthusiasts streamed through; there was $5 million in sales, with red dots everywhere which we haven�t seen at a fair since 2007."


The ArtHamptons exhibitors will include such notable galleries as Art Link International, DC Moore, Waterhouse and Dodd, Forum Gallery, Mary Ryan Gallery, June Kelly Gallery and Throckmorton Fine Art that will be exhibiting investment-level artwork from an international array of modern and contemporary artists such as Stella, Rauschenberg, de Kooning, Dufy, Sultan and Rauzier.


The Lifetime Achievement Award once again will honor excellence in the visual arts and go to an internationally recognized artist who has shaped the art scene in New York City and beyond. Donald Sultan will be the recipient this year. He has been a Sag Harbor, NY, resident since 1985. The Mary Ryan Gallery will present a one-person exhibition of his work including large-scale paintings, drawings and original prints. This will mark the first time in nearly 15 years that there has been a solo presentation of Sultan�s work in the Hamptons. Past recipients of the award included Will Barnett and Jane Wilson. 


New trends in art will be represented, for instance, by the famous graffiti artist �Crash� (b. John Matos), a pioneer of the Graffiti art movement, whose work will be exhibited in a solo booth by Art Link international. In the 1970�s Crash was spray painting murals on New York City trains and by the 1980s he had exhibits throughout the U.S. Art Link also will be presenting a solo exhibit of David Burliuk, a central figure in the history of the Russian avant-garde movement who painted in the 1960�s and 1970�s and who recently came into vogue. Burliuk worked and lived in Hampton Bays and Northampton in the town of Southampton.

ArtBklyn, a new component of the fair, dubbed �The Hamptons Meets �The Burg,� will feature galleries from Brooklyn�s Williamsburg and DUMBO, which have grown into internationally-known art locations where cutting-edge art is incubated.

ArtHamptons will move two streets west of the Bridgehampton Historical Society (last year's location) to a much expanded site which will better accommodate the growth, traffic flow and special events program. Now held at Bridgehampton�s Sayre Park�s five acres, the new location will enable the construction of a spectacular 50,000 sq ft modular building (the largest ever in the Hamptons), a magnificent 30,000 sq ft Sculpture Garden/Hospitality Park and convenient and free on-site parking.


The First Annual Worldwide Art Collectors' Conference on July 9 to11 will provide art collectors valuable insights and advice on building an art collection, including 14 practical seminars featuring world experts in specific topics, as well as tours of private art collections in the Hamptons. Sessions will be geared for both beginner and experienced collectors. The two days of sessions will be moderated by Benjamin Genocchio, editor in chief, Art & Auction and former art and culture critic for The New York Times.


More than 5,000 people are expected to come by including past �famous shoppers� such as TV personalities Kelsey Grammar, Joy Behar, Connie Chung, Katie Couric, Donnie Deutsch, Rosanna Scotto, Countess LuAnn de Lesseps, Jonathan Tisch, musical greats Russell Simmons, Rev. Run, Jon Bon Jovi, and fashion icons Dennis Basso, Nicole Miller, David Yurman, and author Edward Albee. The scene is reminiscent of and referred to by many attendees as �the mini-Art Basel� of the Hamptons.


The Opening Preview Party will be held on July 8, 6 to 9 p.m., in the VIP Lounge. The admission will benefit East Hampton�s LongHouse Reserve. Show hours are Friday, July 9, 11 a.m. � 7 p.m., Saturday, July 10, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday, July 11, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $20 a day ($15 in advance online) and a three-day pass is $30 ($25 online). A Gold Passport for the opening preview party and three-day admission is $75 ($65 online). Free on-site parking is provided. Children under 16 admitted free. The site is pet friendly (leashes required). Sayre Park is located on Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, N.Y. For tickets and for further information go to



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