Artists & Galleries

What’s on the Southampton Art Scene? A Village Gallery Guide

Southampton Village is awash with the arts! Here are just some of the places to get an eyeful (and earful) this season:

Arthur T. Kalaher Fine Art
28E Jobs Lane, Southampton

Southampton Village strollers can’t miss Arthur Kalaher’s gallery. Located at the end of a picturesque brick alleyway across from the Southampton Arts Center, the gallery showcases contemporary and traditional art, works by the Peconic Bay Impressionists and in particular the art of Nahum Tschacbasov (1899-1984). Exquisite landscape and figurative paintings framed in era-specific styles line the pathway to the gallery door. Visit

Chrysalis Gallery
2 Main Street, Southampton

A mainstay of Southampton galleries, Chrysalis exhibits a wide range of artistic styles—with a mission of promoting up and coming artists as well as renowned local and international artists. Chrysalis Gallery has its own framing department, too, and all paintings available for sale include framing. Frequent Dan’s Papers cover artists Daniel Pollera and Joe Chierchio are two of the many artists represented. Stop in to view the exhibition “Land of Liberty,” featuring fine artwork by Theresa Gianuzzi, Christine D’Addario, David Tyndall and Howard Rose. Visit for additional information.

Keszler Gallery
200 North Sea Road, Southampton

Located at the former Southampton Power Station, Keszler Gallery has sky-high ceilings, accommodating its inventory of large-scale artwork. Currently on view, and visible from outside, are works by Alexandre Arrechea, who represented Cuba during the 54th Venice Biennale in 2011. The 15-foot-high curvilinear steel sculptures set on the grassy hill (“Helmsely,” 2013, and “Empire State,” 2012-2013) are modifications of those New York City skyscrapers. Inside, the gallery showcases works by Banksy, Marco Glaviano, Russell Young, Faile, Michael Dweck and others. Visit

Mark Humphrey Gallery
95 Main Street, Southampton

You’ve peeked in the window of Mark Humphrey Gallery, checking out those Alex Katz and Jim Dine prints with your Golden Pear coffee in hand, but have you been inside? Mark Humphrey Gallery specializes in contemporary prints, showing those of Donald Baechler, Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, David Hockney and Donald Sultan, to name a few—as well as Mark Humphrey’s own paintings. The gallery also offers expert framing on-site. Visit to see more.

Peter Marcelle Project
4 North Main Street

Peter Marcelle Project is a private gallery with locations in both New York City and Southampton that specializes in contemporary painting, drawing and sculpture and offers art advisory and appraisal services. The downstairs space at their 4 North Main Street location is a joint venture with Lynda Sylvester (of Sylvester & Co.), who uses the space as a design atelier. Joe Pintauro: Arcadia was on view at PM Projects in the early part of the summer, Under the Influence (curated by Marcelle) was on view at the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum, and up next is Made in Sag Harbor, which is also on view at the Whaling Museum and curated by both Marcelle and Sylvester from July 11 through August 5. PM Projects will also be exhibiting at Art Southampton, July 24-28., 631-613-6170.

Southampton Arts Center
25 Jobs Lane, Southampton

Southampton Arts Center.
Southampton Arts Center. Photo credit: Brendan J. O’Reilly

Located in the heart of Southampton Village, the Southampton Arts Center kicked off its summer art exhibitions with The Irrational Portrait Gallery and Off The Block: NYFA Fellows. Both will be on display through July 20. The Arts Center also hosts Friday outdoor movie screenings with the Hamptons International Film Festival, through August 29, starting at 8:30 p.m. For additional information on programs in music, art, film and kids’ events throughout the year, visit

Tripoli Gallery
30 Jobs Lane, Southampton

Tripoli Gallery in Southampton Village
Tripoli Gallery in Southampton Village. Photo credit: Tom Kochie

Now in its sixth year, Tripoli Gallery features contemporary art from both East End and international artists. Tripoli Gallery is a year-round hub for artists, collectors and art admirers. Currently on view is a series of watercolors by Judith Hudson, based on A Midsummer Night’s Dream, through July 13, followed by Keith Sonnier: Elliptical Transmissions, from July 17 through August 17, which will include major works by Sonnier from 1990 through 2013. Hiroshi Sugimoto: Seascapes will open on August 27 and lead into the fall season with a selection of Sugimoto’s seascapes from private international collections. To see more of the artists shown at Tripoli Gallery, visit

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