VSOP Projects & Treiber Farms Present Art Basil 2024

VSOP Projects and Treiber Farms present Art Basil 2024, the third annual, multi-faceted exhibition of food and farm-related artworks and special projects at Treiber Farms in Peconic on Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19.

VSOP Projects and Treiber Farms continue to explore the fertile intersections of art and agriculture at Art Basil by staging a weekend of community projects, curated art exhibitions, performances, and food-themed artworks alongside artfully arranged plants, produce, and farm goods produced on Treiber Farms’ 60-acre North Fork property.

Among the projects to be presented at Art Basil 2024 are a large-scale, interactive drawing space by Brooklyn artist Courtney Childress, including her “Crayon Boulder” sculptures; hand-painted, food-themed, optical illusion rock sculptures by Catskill-region artist Betty Rubble; The “Wall of Prints,” curated by Jonathan Weiskopt, including rare, strange, and extraordinary food photography; a collection of exquisite miniature ceramic pots by Japanese artist Yuta Segawa containing tiny floral arrangements by Sophie Dawson; “Fake Farm Signs,” oil paintings by Taylor Talmage of Long Odds Signsmiths; one-on-one consultations to create personalized scents with Michael Ventura; handcrafted, Spring-weight jackets by Peter Treiber Jr. in collaboration with Jon Burgerman; and commemorative, limited edition screenprinted t-shirts by Double Wonderful.

Many artworks, plants, and farm goods will be available for purchase. However, guests are welcome to visit the farm free of charge and without any obligation. Special farm tours and pop-up presentations will be made throughout the weekend.

Art Basil 2024 will be on view from 11 AM to 6 PM on both days. 

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