Market Art + Design Preview and Art Fair, Hamptons

Judith Seligson Installation | Photo: Courtesy of Judith Seligson

When: Thursday, July 6 - Sunday, July 9, 2017

Hot Spot: The Bridgehampton Museum, NY

Deets: Market Art + Design returns to The Bridgehampton Museum this July 2017, bringing the East End's premier art fair to the center of bustling Bridgehampton. Market Art + Design, the successful evolution of Art Market Hamptons, will showcase presentations by top galleries enhanced by a striking and tightly curated Design component pulling from dealers and designers from around the world.

Market Art + Design will work alongside sponsors and partners The Wall Street Journal, Artsy, Hamptons Magazine, The Bridgehampton Museum, and Perrier to create an exciting and extremely visible event for Eastern Long Island.

Who You May Spot: Prominent collectors, curators, art advisors, architects, designers, decorators and art enthusiasts

Hint For The Average Socialite: Join us this summer on the water in beautiful Bridgehampton for what is sure to be the Hamptons Highlight of 2017. Tickets for Market Art + Design 2017 are available now!

While visiting be sure to check out the works of Judith Seligson 
Judith Seligson is an artist based in New York City and Alexandria, Virginia. At the core of her work is a vast series of geometric, abstract, hard-edged oil paintings. Her solo exhibitions include Galérie Mourlot and Anita Friedman Fine Arts in New York, the Athenaeum and the Jane Haslem Gallery in Washington, D.C., Brown / RISD Hillel (Providence, RI) and the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe (Cambridge, MA). She has collaborated on a number of site-specific works with her husband, architect Allan Greenberg. Her paintings and exhibitions have appeared in the New York Times, the Observer, New York Spaces, artnet News, Design Milk and Paddle8. She has participated in the Art in Embassies Program, and her work can be found in the public collection of the U.S. Library of Congress as well as in the private collection of Harrison Ford, among many others. Her articles have been published in The Henry James Review, Judaism: A Quarterly Journal of Jewish Life, The Forward, and The Radcliffe Quarterly. She is currently working on a manuscript entitled Gap Anxiety that explores the space between things in art, science, and literature. A selection of the artist’s work that will be available at the fair is available to preview here

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