A gallery-like no other.
Southampton-based Tethys Art kicked off their summer season with a show dedicated to the conversation between street and digital art. Acclaimed pieces by Keith Haring, Richard Prince, Pieter Schoolwert, Fawn Rogers, Pearlyn Lii, Petra Cortright, and Elisa Swopes make up the exhibit, titled “From Keith Haring to the Screen Generation.”
The stunning exhibit began June 12th and ran through June 28th, curated by founders Nitin Gambhir, Elena Ulansky, Ludovica Capobianco, and Indira Cesarine. Collector Gambhir created Tethys Art to highlight “transformative” works for industry leaders. The gallery is situated in a prime location at 71 Hill Street, right off the downtown and across from the beloved Southampton Inn. According to Gambhir, Tethys Art “brings the quality of the ‘New Yorker’ art world” to various international locations; Southampton is the brand’s first outpost.
Both Ulansky and Gambhir are rooted in the investment world, with respective passions and educations in visual art.
The VIP opening night celebration on June 12th offered cocktails for industry insiders, with even a few sweet pups present to show their support for the new venture. Socialites Luciana Pampalone and Jean Shafiroff were among those in attendance. Tethys Art certainly is a must-see for any East End visit.
Tethys Art, 71 Hill Street, Southampton, NY.