July 17, 2007 - SCOPE Art Show - At East Hampton Studios
July 17, 2007

At East Hampton Studios

Ramon Martins, “Minnie”, Spray, acrílica e tempera sobre tela, 2007, 210 x 160 cm. Courtesy mendes bahia.

SCOPE Hamptons
July 26-29, 2007

FirstView on July 26, 2007

East Hampton Studios
77 Industrial Road
Wainscott, NY 11937

EAST HAMPTON–Returning for its third year to the East End, SCOPE Hamptons transforms the 25,000 square-foot East Hampton Studios into a world-class art fair and destination-location for seasoned and new collectors. With over 60 international established and emerging contemporary galleries from over 20 countries, SCOPE presents a full schedule of special events, performances and screenings, alongside museum-quality programming.

This year’s Opening Night Benefit Reception and Dinner will benefit Socrates Sculpture Park’s Education Program. SCOPE Hamptons is proud to partner with Socrates Sculpture Park for its own featured program, SCOPE kids. Presented by Socrates’ artists, the SCOPE kids art-making workshops will introduce fundamental contemporary art-making techniques to our next generation of emerging artists. These inspirational projects, presented three times daily, will culminate in an all-hands-on-deck festive Sunday afternoon regatta!

For further information on SCOPE kids, please visit www.scope-art.com/images/stories/hamptons.pdf Benefit Tickets: Please contact Ellen Staller at 718.956.1819.

Continuing its mandate to redefine what an art fair is, this year’s SCOPE Cinema, in conjunction with Salomon Contemporary, is pleased to present “Stereomongrel” by Luis Gispert and Jeffrey Reed. “Stereomongrel” will be screened at the Salomon Contemporary warehouse in East Hampton on Friday, July 27, 2007. Screened daily, SCOPE’s award-winning video and film program presents The Perpetual Art Machine showcasing more than 1000 videos by over 600 emerging and established artists from 60 countries. [PAM] allows the visitor to become part of the curatorial process. PAM is organized in collaboration by Lee Wells, Raphaele Shirley, Chris Borkowski and Aaron Miller. www.perpetualartmachine.com

Scope Hamptons will be open daily from 12 pm to 8 pm.

For a full list of events, please go to www.scope-art.com/images/stories/hamptons.pdf
Opening Night benefit, 5-9pm July 26th

Support Socrates Sculpture Park, Guild Hall and the SCOPE Foundation Education Program (SCOPE kids)

5-7pm FirstView SCOPE Hamptons (Onsite) Reception
7-9pm HC&G idea House (Offsite) Dinner

A portion of the ticket price is tax deductible and will benefit GuildHall, Socrates Sculpture Parks and SCOPE’s Education Programs.
Purchase tickets: es@socratessculpturepark.org or Ellen Staller at 718.956.1819

VIP/Press Preview Brunch Friday, July 27th 12am-2pm
Scope Hamptons launches with a Press and VIP Brunch. The brunch will feature special performances and screenings. A shuttle will leave from MoMA at 10am and arrive at Scope Hamptons at noon. Additionally, press can visit daily and enjoy the outdoor grass-carpeted media lounge. For press credentials, please email press@scope-art.com.
Collector Brunches 9am-noon, July 28th and 29th
Hamptons Collectors will open their homes to Exhibitors and Scope Patrons. Non Patron cardholders can buy tickets from info@scope-art.com.
Emerging Collectors Reception 2-5pm, July 27th, 28th, 29th
Young Collectors enjoy a Grolsch Swingtop as they chat with exhibitors, artists, and more seasoned collectors in an informal setting.
‘Stereomongrel’ by Luis Gispert & Jeffrey Reed Screening & Reception Friday, July 27th 9-11pm
The Salomon Contemporary Warehouse. 6 Plank Road, Unit #3 East Hampton. Patron Cardholders free; Tickets onsite
[PAM] Reception, 2-5pm, July 28th
Over 600 [PAM] artists are invited for the first-annual reunion to celebrate the third anniversary of SCOPE Cinema, which premiered in SCOPE Hamptons 2005. After a brief presentation of [PAM] by its founders, [PAM] artists, collectors, and video-lovers are invited to a reception courtesy of Grolsch. Entry included with Admission.

Scope Hamptons exhibitors were chosen by an elected selection committee. Each committee member is a representative from a particular city or region, inviting the most significant emerging galleries, curators, and artist projects. Scope’s invited sixty-five international exhibitors will uphold its unique tradition of one-person and thematic group shows, bringing visitors a real-time international survey of the emerging contemporary art world available nowhere else.

Scope’s continued mission is to turn viewers into users. Founded in 2002, Scope gives a view of the contemporary art-world available nowhere else. Scope international art fairs present up-and-coming dealers, curators, and artists, alongside museum quality programming.

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