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Guild Hall's 84th Artist Members Exhibition

Photo: Jessica Dalene Photography

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Sunday, October 29 - January 8, 2024


158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States


The members exhibition started in 1938 and the 84th installment of the Guild Hall Members Exhibition will be on view from October 28, 2023 through January 8, 2024. An open-call, non-juried exhibition is an opportunity for any current members at any level of artistic practice. The popular, democratic exhibition typically yields over 300 entries. A long tradition that is deeply rooted in the history of the East End’s artist colony, early participants included Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, Alfonso Ossorio, James Brooks, Charlotte Park, and many more. Awards Juror, Virgina Lebermann, board president and co-founder of Ballroom Marfa, will select the Top Honors winner and honorable mentions.

Simultaneously, an exhibition by Mary Boochever will be on view in the Marks Family Gallery North – Tito Spiga Exhibition Space. Mary was chosen by MoMA PS1 Associate Curator Jocelyn Miller as the winner of the 2019 81st Artist Members Exhibition. Deeply rooted in research and investigations of color systems, Boochever creates color experiences for the viewer through her paintings, sculptures, and installations.

Galleries are open Friday to Monday, 12-5 PM.
Admission is FREE

Members Opening Reception: Saturday, October 28, 4-6 PM

Louise & Howie’s Coffee Bar featuring Tutto Caffè is open in the lobby during gallery hours. Refreshments are not allowed in the galleries but may be enjoyed in the lobby and in our gardens.

  • Virginia Lebermann

    Virginia Lebermann is the Ballroom Marfa Co-Founder & President of the Board. She received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Middlebury College and attended the New York University Master of Fine Arts program in creative writing. Virginia is a principal of T.C. Oil Co. and O’Connor Investments and also oversees Wexford Cattle Company and Wexford Publishing, all based in Victoria, Texas. Virginia was also the managing partner of the Marfa-based Thunderbird Hotel. Her extensive involvement with not-for-profit organizations includes board or council positions with the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX; Dia Art Foundation, New York, NY; Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX; National Public Radio Foundation, Washington, D.C.; Texas Nature Conservancy, Austin, TX; River Pierce Foundation, San Ygnacio, Texas; University of Texas Press, Austin, TX; University of Texas McDonald Observatory, Fort Davis, Texas; and the Charles Moore Foundation, Austin, TX. Ms. Lebermann received the inaugural ArtTable Future Women Leadership Award in April 2005 in recognition of her leadership in the contemporary arts. Virginia lives in Marfa and Bridgehampton, New York.

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Museum programs are supported by Crozier Fine Arts, and funding from The Michael Lynne Museum Endowment, and The Melville Straus Family Endowment.  

Free gallery admission is sponsored, in part, by Landscape Details. 

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