The Hamptons are becoming a legitimate art destination

After decades as a vacation destination for people in the arts—and those deep-pocketed collectors who fund them—New York’s Hamptons are fast becoming an arts destination.

This summer, architect and collector Peter Marino will open his private art foundation in the heart of Southampton. (Its opening date is still pending.) The Guild Hall in East Hampton will kick off its 90th anniversary season, which includes a $10 million capital campaign for a Peter Pennoyer Architects-led renovation of its facade and interiors. And in Water Mill, the Parrish Art Museum will show works created by artist Lonnie Holley when he was an artist-in-residence at the nearby Elaine de Kooning House; the show will take place in conjunction with an exhibition of

→ Continue reading at Crain's New York Business

[ufc-fb-comments url=""]

Latest Articles

Related Articles