Monthly Archives: July 2017

Press Release: Hans Van de Bovenkamp: In the Present Moment

| July 20 - August 09, 2017





Hans Van de Bovenkamp: In the Present Moment

July 20 – August 9, 2017

Artist Reception: Saturday, July 22 from 5 to 7 PM


Quogue, N.Y., July 18, 2017. “Hans Van de Bovenkamp: In the Present Moment” will be the next exhibition opening at the Quogue Gallery, a debut of the paintings of Hans Van de Bovenkamp,

Art Review: Hamptons Art Hub | Ben Wilson Paintings Reveal Mastery of Abstract Expressionism

Hamptons Art Hub – Ben Wilson Paintings Reveal Mastery of Abstract Expressionism

With its current exhibition of works by Ben Wilson, the Quogue Gallery is bringing to light yet another overlooked Abstract Expressionist painter. Wilson’s connections to the Club—as the painters at the core of the movement sometimes identified themselves—are both historic (he worked in the WPA project alongside Rothko and Krasner) and clearly visible in the technical bravura of such paintings as Omar,

Art Review: Ben Wilson Exhibition Selected by ArtNet


12 Must-See Art Shows Happening in the Hamptons This Summer

Quogue Gallery is pleased to announce that artnet news selected BEN WILSON | AN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST VISION, on view through July 19th, as one of their must-see art shows in the Hamptons:

“Ben Wilson’s abstract compositions are typical of the New York School with which he was associated, beginning in the 1950s. After submersing himself in the aesthetic of the Abstract Expressionist movement,

News: Whalebone | Interview | Sand Squad Leader Artist Laura Lobdell

“I was exhibiting SWELL at the Quogue Gallery and on the night of the opening, I was thrilled to talk to so many people, of a range of interests and ages, engaged by the issues SWELL addresses. The dialogue around SWELL was exciting, since the Quogue Gallery creates a community focal point, and the photos document what’s happening very locally on our Hamptons beaches. People were so surprised by the amount of work I could create based on this abundance of debris.”