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Press Release


DATES: May 9th and 10th, 2020 (Rain dates May 16th and 17th)
TIMES: 12 noon until 5 pm
LOCATION: South Fork, Long Island including Southampton, Water Mill, Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Wainscott, East Hampton, North Haven, Sag Harbor, Northwest Harbor and Montauk

Participating artists include: Suzanne Anker, Brianna Ashe, Elena Bajo, Monica Banks, Dianne Blell, Joe Brondo, Philippe Cheng, Kelly Darr, Jeremy Dennis, Eric Dever, Sally Egbert, Eslye Escobar, Eva Faye, Eric Fischl, Saskia Friedrich, Robin Gianis, Frank Gillette, Janet Goleas, Carly Haffner, Hiroyuki Hamada, Barry Holden, Alice Hope, Soren Hope, Erica-Lynn Huberty, Bryan Hunt, Joan Jonas, Eileen O’Kane Kornreich, Laurie Lambrecht, Cassi Namoda, Steve Miller, Jill Musnicki, Stephen Neidich, Joel Perlman, Clifford Ross, Toni Ross and Sara Salaway, Matthew Satz, Bastienne Schmidt, Christine Sciulli, Barry Schwabsky, Bruce M. Sherman, Sabina Streeter, Carol Szymanski, Evan Thomas, Susan Vecsey, Ryan Wallace, Lucy Winton, Nina Yankowitz, Darius Yektai and Almond Zigmund.

Drive-By-Art was created by Warren Neidich, a conceptual artist, theorist and organiser. He is the founding director of Saas-Fee Summer Institute of Art and the American editor of Archive Books, Berlin and Milan. He works and lives in Berlin and has been summering in the East Hampton area since the 1980s.

Special thanks to Guild Hall, Parrish Art Museum and The Independent for their support.

For more information please email
or reach out to Warren Neidich at +1-917-664-4526 or Jocelyn Anker at +1-917-291-4406