Explains artMRKT Hamptons managing partner Jeffrey Wainhause, who launched the fair with director Max Fishko, “Our aim is to create an enjoyable experience for our clients and to make the Fair easily accessible. The Fair is centrally located in Bridgehampton near wonderful restaurants and shops, and the venue and layout of the fair enables the galleries and artists to be the true stars of the show.”
Certain to be an enjoyable experience in its own right is the Fair’s Evening Preview, taking place tomorrow, which will see attendees served summer barbeque courtesy of noted Brooklyn chef Leon Gunn. In the spirit of giving back to their community, proceeds from the Evening Preview will benefit the Hamptons’ own Parrish Art Museum.
Tickets are still available, so visit www.art-mrkt.com/hamptons if an art fair is just what the doctor ordered for this weekend. More information on its sister fairs, artMRKT San Francisco, Texas Contemporary and the soon-to-be-launched Miami Project, can be found at www.art-mrkt.com.
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