Guild Hall Museum
Saturday, June 18 through Sunday, July 31
Divided into two sections installed in separate galleries, the exhibition is organized around the two outposts that Peter Beard calls home – Africa and the East End of Long Island. The exhibition presents more than 50 multi-layered collages, drawings, photographs, and diaries from the 1960s to the present, some on public view for the first time. Peter Beard: Last Word From Paradise includes the artist’s iconic work from Africa that chronicles the change in the landscape from a time richly populated by elephants, rhinos, and crocodiles, to what remains today. Also on view will be never-before exhibited Montauk portraits of his home, family, and friends including Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol, Jacqueline Onassis, and Lee Radziwill.
Through July 4: Friday and Saturday: 11am-5pm; Sunday: 12-5pm; Monday: 11am-5pm
July 5 – Labor Day: Open 7 days a week: 12-5pm