Castle Fitzjohns, the two-story gallery on Manhattan’s Lower East Side known for supporting and promoting emerging and mid-career artists, is visiting the Hamptons in July for its annual monthlong exhibition. With the help of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, Castle Fitzjohns is presenting a contemporary art and design showcase in a newly built 6,000-square-foot home on 1.8 acres in the heart of Water Mill. Artists taking part include Sam Tufnell and Ori Carino, who are known for their contemporary immersive installations.
The opening party for the pop-up on Friday, July 7, drew a crowd of notables from near and far. President of the Hamptons Employment Agency Alexsandra Kardwell, New York City artist Kevin Connolly Gillespie, and Southampton artist Kevin Berlin were among attendees of the event at 695 Little Noyac Path. The residence is listed for $4,950,000.
The venue will continue to be open on weekends throughout July. For more information, visit castlefitzjohns.com.