Entreprenuer Rick Friedman is launching the ArtHamptons fair, July 11 through 13, in the posh 11963 zip code, otherwise known as Bridgehampton, New York. “If you put your compass down here and trace a five-mile radius, you’d be impressed with the serious collectors that live within it,” says Friedman. The work on view, from 55 galleries, is priced accordingly: $50,000 to $200,000, on average, for heavy hitters like de Kooning, Warhol and Wyeth. Continue reading
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