The Carpenters Workshop Gallery, The Invisible Gallery are just examples of the outstanding design exhibitions The Hampton has to offer this Summer! The East End has become an art destination, as it houses some modern design exhibitions that combine thoughtful curations of art with works of collectible design!
The Invisible Collection
Present for the first time at Philips in Southampton, The Invisible Collection design exhibition, “Abstract by Nature”, features works by Kelly Behun, Charles Zana, and Pierre Yovanovitch, alongside amazing artworks by Petra Cortright, Mark Flood, Mark Grotjahn, Jennifer Guidi, Hans Hofmann, and others.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Open since June, Carpenters Workshop Gallery is at Christie’s new location on Lily Pond Lane in Southampton, showcasing design pieces by Vincent Dubourg, Wendell Castle, DRIFT, Mathieu Lehanneur, and others.
Jeff Lincoln Art & Design
Patternmill features curated a remarkable trove of furnishings by Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Gio Ponti, and more. Also, in his own gallery, Jeff Lincoln, has mounted a show of Abstract Expressionist canvases by Jack Tworkov, which are being presented along with works by the Haas Brothers, Johnny Swing, and Rogan Gregory.
Robert McKinley continues to innovate with McKinley Bungalow, his new private guest cottages in Montauk. He is opening Edison, the collection’s fourth residential getaway. A 4,200-square-foot, five-bedroom property, where the designer wanted to create an elevated yet laid-back environment, with natural materials with bold strokes of color. He worked with Axel Vervoordt and Peter Beard.
The Colony Palm Beach
The famous Colony Hotel in Palm Beach made a significant impact in the interior design world, this past spring when it unveiled Kemble Interiors’ remodel of its landmark entry lobby. Over Labor Day, guests can read the gallery’s selection of works by Mary Corse, Nicole Eisenman, Alice Neel, Frank Stella, and Andy Warhol, then relax in one of the loungers under one of the hotel’s iconic double scalloped umbrellas!