Art Hamptons 2015


  The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis. Acrylic on panel. 29 x 42 in.

July 2-5, 2015
July 2 Opening Night Preview
Benefits Guild Hall & The Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation

Axiom Contemporary is thrilled to be participating in this year’s ArtHamptons. The Hamptons Expo Group has emerged as one of the fastest growing fine art fair organizers in America. Their “boutique” shows feature prominent galleries offering the finest in post-war and contemporary art. This year Axiom will be showing work by contemporary artists Jay Kelly, Max Steven Grossman, Roger Kizik, Bram Reijnders, Matthew LaPenta, and Bruce Makowsky.

ArtHamptons kicks off the summer fair season. This summer, the fair moved up one week to take advantage of the most populous weekend of the year – Independence Day weekend. Historically, the July 4 weekend is the “official kick-off” of the summer season and the Hamptons region experiences a substantial spike in its population. The long, three-day holiday weekend gives Hamptonites more time to plan the fair into their social calendar. Opening Night Preview is hosted by Beach Modern Luxury. ArtHamptons is positioned as one of the leading attractions of the weekend, not only for second homeowners and their guests, but for year round residents and visiting tourists. As in past years, ArtHamptons remains the first art fair of the summer season and where Hamptonites go to acquire their fine art.

ArtHamptons 2015 is not only moving to the most anticipated and populous weekend of the season, but it is relocating to a grander and more accessible location, just one mile east of last year’s site. The fair will move to an opulent private estate, a Lumber Lane Reserve in Bridgehampton, in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the Hamptons. Surrounded by homes valued in the multi-millions, this awe-inspiring location is the epitome of luxury and provides an aura of excitement and exclusivity to enter.

the new eden

Show Information

First Look: Thursday, July 2. 5-7pm.
Opening Night Preview: Thursday, July 2. 7-9 pm.
Fair Hours
Friday, July 3. 11am – 8pm
Saturday, July 4. 11am-8pm
Sunday, July 5. 11am-6pm