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In The News


ArtHamptons: Looking to Korea and Beyond

Jayoung ChungSource: ArtSlant | July 10, 2014. This year, ArtHamptons returns to the Sculpture Fields of Nova’s Ark bringing a unique focus on contemporary Korean art. Citing a growing fascination in New York with contemporary Korean art, ArtHamptons will feature fifteen Korean art galleries bringing with them over 150 artworks.Fittingly, Korean-born, New York-based multimedia artist Jayoung Chung will open the fair with her performance, Performing with You….continue

Connecting Collectors to Art

arthamptons 2014Source: Long Island Pulse | June 26, 2014 ArtHamptons, the largest art fair on the East End, was born into a community hungry for it.The culture of the Hamptons has been formed, in part, by the broad strokes of the Abstract Expressionist movement. Rick Friedman, president of ArtHamptons and an East End resident, became an avid art collector about 10 years ago and was struck by the historical and cultural significance of the area. As his collection grew and his preferences took shape, Friedman noticed that many of America’s most treasured artists had a connection to the Hamptons…continue