We’re proud to have three thriving galleries in central London and another in Gstaad, Switzerland. Art Market Hamptons represents our next steps in the US market, following Art New York 2018 in May 2018 and Art Miami in December 2017.
During 2017, we hosted a phenomenally successful London exhibition from New York based artist Bradley Theodore, and made global headlines when we exhibited the controversial and censored nude Donald Trump portrait ‘Make America Great Again’ by LA-based Ilma Gore.
Now we want to return the favour, and share some of our most exciting British and European artists with a new US audience.
Our booth will feature engrossing photography from David Yarrow, a leading wildlife photographer who boasts a world-class reputation for capturing the planet’s most remote landscapes, cultures and endangered animals on camera.
We unveil exclusive works by Paris-born street artist Mr. Brainwash for the first time in America. Known for his role in Banksy’s film “Exit Through the Gift Shop,” he offers a subversive take on pop art, graffiti and modern day iconography.
Stunning works from Italian sculptor Fabio Viale will offer a unique lens on the old and familiar. The classical art material of marble is manipulated to a manic hyperrealism that evokes fascination and perceptive disorientation.
Mark Evans is an incredibly talented Welsh artist who has also embraced an unconventional medium. Given his first knife by his grandfather aged just seven, he now uses blades to etch in leather, a technique borne from a happy mistake.
London-based duo The Connor Brothers recently produced a solo exhibition at Maddox Gallery Westbourne Grove, launched by music icon Professor Green. Their works have previously been sold alongside art by Banksy and Damien Hirst.
Internationally celebrated artist Christian Hook, who hails from Gibraltar, paints portraits of luminaries such as Alan Cumming, Sir Ian McKellen, and Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, each in his signature fragmented style.
Damien Hirst is one of the greatest provocateurs in recent art history, and one of the wealthiest artists living today. Part of the Young British Artist movement, he is renowned for his controversial take on death, science and beauty.
Known as “the Warhol of Japan,” Takashi Murakami blends elements of fine art and popular Japanese culture. One of the most acclaimed artists to emerge from post-war Asia, he constantly challenges popular preconceptions of the art world.
Harland Miller is a writer and artist who brings together aspects of pop art, large-scale photorealism and a love of words. Naturally, his paintings of reimagined book covers feature in the corporate collection of Penguin Random House.
A notable member of the Young British Artists movement, Marc Quinn explores what it is to be human in the world today. Subjects include the body, genetics, identity and the environment. We are excited to be showing a selection of Marc Quinn prints at Art Market Hamptons.