Sculpture @ Sylvester Manor


Sylvester Manor is pleased to announce Sculpture @ Sylvester Manor, an outdoor exhibition of sculptures, installations and artistic expressions. Curated by Tom Cugliani, the exhibition engages a diverse spectrum of artists local to the East End of Long Island and takes place on the historic landscape of Sylvester Manor on Shelter Island from June 22 until September 8, 2024.

The exhibition is open to the public and free to attend.

Enjoy a self-guided walk through the exhibition by downloading our Sylvester Manor Walking Tour app and clicking on the Sculpture @ Sylvester Manor tour.

We have scheduled guided tours with Tom Cugliani throughout July and August. Click here for more details.

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Sylvester Manor’s varied landscape features woodlands, parklands, coastal shorelines, meadows, and formal gardens and represents an early confluence of three distinct cultures: the Indigenous, the European and the Enslaved Africans who lived, worked and died on the land.

The 2024 exhibition will feature the following artists from Shelter Island, along with the North and South Forks.

  1. Monica Banks (East Hampton)
  2. Scott Bluedorn (Sag Harbor) in collaboration with Sheila Batiste (Sag Harbor) 
  3. Philippe Cheng (Bridgehampton) 
  4. Peter Dayton (East Hampton)
  5. Jeremy Dennis (Southampton)
  6. Sabra Moon Elliot (Bridgehampton)
  7. Faith Evans (East Hampton) 
  8. Saskia Freidrich (Sagaponack)
  9. Donna Green (Watermill)
  10. Jeremy Grovesnor (South Fork)
  11. Mary Heilmann (Bridgehampton) 
  12. Kate Lawless (Shelter Island)
  13. Laurie Lambrecht (South Fork)
  14. Mary Ann Moy (Shelter Island)
  15. Joel Perlman (Watermill)
  16. Erwin List Sanchez (Greenport)
  17. Bastienne Schmidt (Bridgehampton)
  18. Christine Sciulli (Amagansett)
  19. Alan Shields (Shelter Island)
  20. Agathe Snow (Mattituck)
  21. Bill Stewart (East Hampton)
  22. Peter Treiber Jr (Peconic)
  23. Almond Zigmund (East Hampton)

Exhibition curator and organizer Tom Cugliani brings extensive expertise in the contemporary art world to the project, as well as a lifelong history with Shelter Island and Sylvester Manor. Tom Cugliani’s gallery launched the careers of established artists such as Christian Marclay, Jack Pierson and Charles Le Dray, following which Cugliani served as Marlborough Gallery’s point person for the great American painter Alex Katz, in addition to advising numerous private, corporate and public collections.