New in the Village
The Berggruen Gallery, which has been based in San Francisco since 1970, has opened a temporary exhibition space at 55 Main Street in East Hampton. The gallery is presenting a selection of paintings, sculpture, and limited-edition prints that reflect its dedication to juxtaposing historical works with contemporary art.
The show includes works by such postwar painters as Richard Diebenkorn, Helen Frankenthaler, and Wayne Thiebaud, and pieces by John Currin, Odili Donald Oditi, and Beatriz Milhazes, among others. The gallery will remain open through Sept. 30.