Looking for what to do in Hamptons during this Summer season? Well, then search no forward, I Lobo You has got you covered. These 6 art exhibitions are presenting some of the best and most impressive artworks of the season!
Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center
The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center opened doors as a museum in 1988 and is now exhibiting two fascinating shows, throughout the summer: “Mary Abbott: The Living Possibility of Paint,”, an art exhibition that explores the Abstract Expressionist’s vivid, gestural paintings from the 1950s; and also “Picasso in Pollock” is one of the art shows you can see, and realize hoe Pollock was inspired by many elements of Picasso’s work.
On view from August 12 to 29, Pace Gallery will exhibit new paintings and drawings representing fantastical, mutated creatures by the famous artist Robert Nava, known for its raw and childish artworks.
At East Hampton’s LongHouse Reserve, art and nature blend perfectly, as the 16-acre preserve and sculpture garden conceived by textile designer Jack Lenor Larsen. Now displaying art installations by Daniel Arsham, John Giorno, Beverly Pepper, and Prune Nourry. Situated among the grounds’ permanent sculptures by Buckminster Fuller, Sol LeWitt, and Willem de Kooning, this is one of the art exhibitions one must visit when in Hamptons! Arsham’s impressive Bronze Eroded Venus de Milo (2020) resembles a relic dug up from an archaeological site of the future.
Hauser & Wirth
Hauser & Wirth started this year with a show curated by Rashid Johnson, the art gallery’s current art exhibition features a new selection of works by Henry Taylor, including his rarely exhibited paintings from his “Jockey and Caddie” series. Also, large-scale outdoor sculptures by Eduardo Chillida and Louise Bourgeois take space in the gallery’s outstanding garden.
The Madoo Conservancy
The Madoo Conservancy’s history takes us back to 1967 when the artist and writer Robert Dash bought a garden refuge in Sagaponack and named it Madoo, which means “my dove” in old Scottish. Now, it was grown into a public garden with ambitious art exhibitions. This summer, it presents shows by Nicholas Howey (through June 26), Billy Sullivan (July 2–August 14), and, a collaboration with Lisson Gallery, Spencer
Finch (August 20–September 24)
The famous artist, Roberto Longo, opens a show entitled “A History of the Present” at Guild Hall in East Hampton. This show exposes a critical point on American history from the time of Abstract Expressionism through to today, it is on view from August 7 to October 17.