– Featuring Pamela Anderson, Hannah Davis, Nina Agdal & More –
East Hampton’s renowned Gallery Valentine is hosting an exclusive art exhibition dedicated to the works of legendary Peter Beard. This exhibit, consisting of never before seen works feature subjects such as Pamela Anderson, Hannah Davis (who is engaged to Derek Jeter), Chanel Iman, Nina Agdal, Helena Christensen and Alexandra Richards.
The initial private viewing will take place on Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 with 25 unique art pieces on display. All of the works are available for purchase and range from $50,000 to $150,000, with the total collection of works worth over a million dollars. The works will remain on display throughout the month of July. Also on display will be behind the scenes photographs of the artworks being produced.
Additional works of Peter Beard are on display at East Hampton’s Guild Hall museum with the solo show “Last Word From Paradise”’ for the month of July 2016, which is the artist’s first U.S. museum solo exhibition in over 15 years. Peter Beard’s world famous bodies of work are influenced by his love for Africa and the East End of Long Island. Many depict the artist’s take on the changes in landscape that he witnessed throughout his time in Kenya, mixed into collages with images of Western civilization and pop culture. Many of them are controversial, including racy images of famous models and socialites.
The Hamptons exhibition is curated by artist and women’s right activist Natalie White, who was Beard’s muse and the subject of many of his works of art. 25 of the artworks were provided to White in a lawsuit settlement with Beard.
Gallery Valentine, located at 33 Newtown Lane in East Hampton, specializes in the acquisition and sale of major works by modern and contemporary artists. Gallery Valentine showcases a diverse list of internationally established artists such as Banksy, John Chamberlain, George Condo, Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Keith Haring, KAWS, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Motherwell, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann and others.
For more information, visit http://www.galleryvalentine.com or call 631.329.3100.