We are writing to share some exciting news. This summer, we're creating a new exhibition space in Montauk, where we have lived for over a decade. With the gradual reopening of the region, this seemed an ideal moment to have a local site where we can invite artists to show their work and engage with community here on the East End of Long Island.
South Etna Montauk will open its doors on July 16th in the heart of Montauk Village, in a Tudor cottage, emblazoned with a sign created for the site by neighbor Julian Schnabel. Our first exhibition has been organized by our dear friend and frequent curatorial collaborator Alison M. Gingeras. Titled “Painting is Painting’s Favorite Food: Art History as Muse,” her show will feature over 20 works by a wide range of established and promising artists, as well as some local favorites. To read more about Alison's show, click here.
Please be on the lookout for the formal announcement of the opening. When you receive an email from “South Etna Montauk”, you will know it's from us. We look forward to seeing you soon.
With warmest regards,
Amalia Dayan & Adam Lindemann
South Etna Montauk