Press Release: “The Annual Review” Opens at Quogue Gallery

| October 01 - November 16, 2015

A new exhibition, “The Annual Review,” will be on view at the Quogue Gallery from October 1 to November 16, 2015, with an opening reception scheduled on Saturday, October 10, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the gallery at the corner of Jessup Avenue and Quogue Street.

“The Annual Review” is a survey show of artists who have had exhibitions at the Quogue Gallery since it opened in the summer of 2014. Featured in the exhibition are works by Marshall Crossman, Holland Cunningham, Sam Glankoff, Pieter Greeff, Raymond Hendler, Le Corbusier, Janice Mehlman, Peter Moore, Katie Ré Scheidt, Laurel Sucsy, Barbara Vaughn, and Emerson Woelffer.

Quogue Gallery co-owner Chester Murray explained that the motivation behind mounting this exhibition was “to review the 14 shows we’ve had since opening the gallery—principally contemporary and abstract photography, paintings and prints—in order to put them in a more global context.” All of the artists who showed over the past year were selected and their shows curated “in line with the gallery’s mission and aesthetic,” he added, and their work is “uniformly of the highest quality.”

See more work at

About Quogue Gallery

 The Quogue Gallery was established in 2014 by Chester and Christy Murray, longtime art collectors and residents of Quogue. The gallery features contemporary emerging and established artists whose work includes paintings and prints, photography, glass, and sculpture. The gallery’s main focus is on displaying the work of East End artists who capture a mood, a color, or the extraordinary light that defines the East End. The artists do not necessarily represent the specific realities of the area, but rather have each been uniquely influenced or inspired by their surroundings. The gallery also exhibits modern and contemporary artists whose work fits within the gallery’s aesthetic. Recent exhibitions have included:  Pieter Greeff, “Faces of the Sea”; Marshall Crossman, “Water’s Edge”; “Photographs by Peter Moore, A Retrospective”; Barbara Vaughn, “Optasia”; and Laurel Sucsy and Ben Butler, “Convergences.”

Quogue Gallery autumn hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday through Sunday, and by appointment. To schedule an appointment, call 203-321-9427.

 The gallery is located at 44 Quogue Street, Quogue, NY 11959. For further information, call the gallery at 631-653-6236, or email