Loading Events
  • This event has passed.
ART

A Sense of Place

Organized by Bastienne Schmidt

February 24 through April 9, 2017
Public Opening Reception: Saturday, February 25, 5-7 pm
Artist Talk & Gallery Tour: Sunday, March 26 | 3pm

“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust

A Place can be interpreted in multi-fold ways. Geography and the natural environment most certainly play a big role in it. This exhibition is envisioned as a dialogue among artists reflecting in different ways their own concept of ‘A Sense of Place’, might it be in a physical manner or as a conceptual reflection what an environment can be.

Artists leave marks to define their spaces physically and emotionally.
On the East End of Long Island we are surrounded by a unique formation of geology and geography, and by both natural beauty and the complexity of man-made markings. All of these aspects invite reflection of a sense of place and identity, and inspires the work of those lucky enough to live or spend time in this special part of the world.

Artists include Philippe Cheng, Louise Eastman and Janis Stemmermann, Christopher French, Saskia Friedrich, Mary Heilmann, Toni Ross, Bastienne Schmidt, Michelle Stuart,
Edwina von Gal & Perfect Earth Project, and Almond Zigmund.

Gallery Hours: Thursday – Sunday | Noon – 6pm

Credit: Untitled 2002; Philippe Cheng

Venue

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968 United States
+ Google Map
Website:
http://www.southamptonartscenter.org

Introducing Southampton Arts Center’s Friends Circle

Friday May 25 - Monday Dec 31

It’s friends like you that have made the first five years of SAC so successful. Now, we are taking the opportunity to invite you to become our Friend – formally – as we launch Southampton Arts Center Friends Circle.

LIGHT ON SHADOW

Saturday May 26 - Monday Jul 16

Southampton Arts Center honors Blue Sphere Foundation and its Founder, Shawn Heinrichs, in a seven week presentation of Shawn’s works of art, curated by Matthew Hockley Smith. The exhibit seeks to inspire action and drive conservation of our oceans and the vulnerable marine life within them.