Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The LOLA New York Gallery Show Is On The Road To South Hampton For Summer Oh-9!

"The LOLA Gallery Opening Saturday July 18th 5-8pm

LOLA New York is proud to announce the opening of The LOLA Gallery at 85 Jobs Lane in Southampton, New York. The 3,000 square foot gallery is located across from Agawam Park in the heart of the historic village.

The opening reception will be Saturday, July 18th from 5 to 8pm. Complimentary refreshments will be served. The show will run through August 1st.

The first showing at the gallery will feature the photography from the online art collective HideoutGallery.com which will be launching Saturday in conjunction with the show. The selected artists are Kareem Black, Chad Griffith, Emily Schur, & Matthew Salacuse.

The second show will feature the works of Tim Barber and will open Saturday, August 8th. More details will be announced Monday July 27th.

The LOLA Gallery will also feature limited edition hand-made LOLA shirts, Downtown STATionary card and booklets, TV Books, limited art books, and Max&Suzanne summer 2009 wear.

As LOLA started in Southampton it is good to be back. We look forward to seeing you Saturday and throughout the summer. Please RSVP to info@lolanewyork.com. For press & inquiries please email gallery@lolanewyork.comt."

Information Courtesy Of: LOLAnewyork.Com

CHRIS LIVE AKA SHAKER SAYS: Yes, Lucille Ball is great, but, dammit, I L.O.V.E. LOLA! Something like a travelling trunk show, this Lower East Side of Manhattan based artist collective is bringing their Downtown chic lifestyle aesthetic back home to the "air up there" in The Hamptons for the Summer.

Located @ 85 Jobs Lane in Southampton, New York, the LOLA Gallery is a limited engagment will offer visitors an artsy schmorgisborg featuring everything from photography and books to, of course, limited edition LOLA New York gear. Breeze on through the opening reception this Saturday, July 18th from 5PM to 8PM and dive in @ the open bar. Tell 'em that Livestyle sent ya! Good shit!

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