THE
AMAGANSETT
LIBRARY

 

EXTENDED INTO JANUARY 2019

3-30 November 2018

Promised Land Remembered

an exhibition featuring early works by Mabel D’Amico accompanied by a brief historical narrative about Promised Land, its once-bustling fishing industry, and Mabel and Victor D’Amico’s history and relationship with the place, which is illustrated with selected photographs of the period from various local collections, all relating the historically significant activity of this former fishing port and menhaden processing plant off Cranberry Hole Road in Amagansett.

The Community Room, Lower Level

The Amagansett Library  215 Main Street, Amagansett, NY 11930, 631.267.3810

amaglibrary.org

We are grateful for the generous support received from Rachel Gruzen, David Clarke, LTV, and Cynthia Young and The Amagansett Library for this exhibition and public program.

CURRENT

Mabel D’Amico, Untitled (Fish Factory), c. 1940, tempera on paper
Collection of The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art

(photo credit: Matthew Charron)

THE
ART
BARGE GALLERY

Past

19 August-8 September

D’Amico’s Friends

inaugural exhibit of artworks by Friends of The VDIA

 

Opening Reception Sunday 19th August, 11am to 1pm

Past

30 June-28 July extended through 11 August
The Finder’s Eye

curated by Teri Kennedy

Scott Bluedorn
Rossa Cole
Mabel D’Amico
Elaine Grove
Rowan Hausman
Doris Lerman
Francisco Sainz
Stephen Soreff
Janice Stanton
Aurelio Torres
Charles Waller

Opening reception will be held on Sunday, 1st July, from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm

Mabel D'Amico, Untitled, metal tray, sand, bone, wood, 12.5 x 9 in. Collection of The Victor D'Amico Institute of Art

Past

19 May-23 June
Promised Land Remembered

co-organized with Rachel Gruzen

reflecting on the Menhaden fishing industry and the significant port at Promised Land

featuring a series of works on paper by Mabel D’Amico dating 1940s-1960s
selected photographs, documents, and collected stories

Opening coincides with VDIA Opening Day on Saturday, May 19th, 2-6 pm

THE
STUDIO
AND ARCHIVE

May 19 – Sept 22, 2018
SEA, SKY, and SCULPTURE
An Integration of Art, Architecture, and Landscape
curated by Anne Seelbach

open-air exhibition on the grounds of the Studio and Archive
Mabel D’Amico | Phyllis Hammond | Marcie Honerkamp | Ruby Jackson | Jim Posner
Michael Rosch  | Arden Scott | Claire Watson | Marianne Weil

reception to coincide with
VDIA Opening Day
Saturday May 19th, 2 to 6 pm