After stuffing yourself during Thanksgiving dinner (it’s inevitable), walk it off during the 2013 ArtWalk Hamptons, a free self-guided art tour of East End galleries on Saturday, November 30, from 1 to 4 p.m.. Several acclaimed artists including Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Andy Warhol have called the Hamptons home, and the artist-led walk celebrates the rich art history of the seaside Villages from Southampton to Amagansett.
In Southampton, Arthur T. Kalaher Fine Art Gallery (Arthur T. Kalaher), Chrysalis Gallery (Andrea Bejsovec), Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art (Tripoli Patterson) are participating.
Water Mill galleries include Hampton Hang Gallery (Ashley Dye) and Sara Nightingale Gallery (Sara Nightingale).
Bridgehampton has The Dan Flavin Art Institute (The Dia Art Foundation), Julian Beck Gallery (Julian Beck), Kathryn Markel Fine Arts (Kathryn Markel), Mark Borghi Fine Art Inc (Mark Borghi), and Silas Marder Gallery (Silas Marder).
Sag Harbor features Grenning Gallery (Laura Grenning and Edwina Lucas), The Hooke Sculpture Gallery (Robert Hooke), Monika Olko Gallery (Monika Olko), Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery (Richard J. Demato), Romany Kramoris Gallery (Romany Kramoris, and Tulla Booth Gallery.
East Hampton has the most galleries to tour with Eric Firestone Gallery (Eric Firestone), Gallery Valentine (Dara Ross and Ryan Ross), Glenn Horowitz Bookseller (Glenn Horowitz and Jess Frost), Halsey Mckay Gallery (Hilary Schaffner and Ryan Wallace), Harper’s Books (Harper Levine and Colin Mahar), Lawrence Fine Art (Howard Shapiro), LSD Art (Leonard and Gail Davenport), Vered Art Gallery (Vered, Janet Lehr, Damien A. Roman, and Nicolas Hoyos) and Wallace Gallery (Terry Wallace).
In Amagansett explore Ille Arts (Sara De Luca), Neoteric Fine Art (Scott Bluedorn), and The Crazy Monkey Gallery (Andrea McCafferty).
For more information visit artwalkhamptons.com.