Holiday Open House

Saturday, December 14

Noon – 4 p.m.

The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce presents its 27th Annual East Hampton Holiday Tour of inns, B&Bs, restaurants and other attractions. 


House in snow

The self-guided exploration will begin at noon, and host sites, including the Pollock-Krasner House, will welcome guests until 4 p.m. Immediately after, select food and beverage destinations will offer Holiday Bite & Pour Specials for $10, in addition to their well-known offerings, from 4 – 6 p.m.

Admission: $15 online pre-registration or $25 at the following locations:
Baker House 1650 | 181 Main Street East Hampton NY
White Fence Inn | 371 Montauk Highway, Water Mill NY
434 On Main | 434 Main St. Amagansett, NY
Each pre-registered participant must check in at one of those locations to pick up their event wristband, directions, and complimentary holiday gift. The first 50 registrants will receive a holiday gift (limited quantity available, first come first served). 
Your admission fee will be donated to the participating local charity partner you select upon registration.

Holiday Shopping at the 

Museum Store

Although the house and studio are closed for the season, you can still do your holiday shopping at the Museum Store. We have a 1,000-piece Jackson Pollock jigsaw puzzle that will keep you occupied throughout the winter, and selected Jackson Pollock Studio products from Medicom, including fanny packs, skate board decks, storage boxes and key cases, as well as tote bags, T-shirts, and a large selection of art books and exhibition catalogs. Merchandise will be available during office hours, Monday – Friday 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Pollock CR

We are now able to offer for the first time the Jackson Pollock catalogue raisonne, the definitive guide to his complete oeuvre. Long out of print, the four-volume set, brand new in its slipcase, retails online for more than $800, but we are selling our limited supply for $550. These rare collector’s items will go quickly, so come in to get yours soon! We recommend calling 631-324-4929 to check availability. 


“Driven to Abstraction” 

at Doc Fest on December 9

This feature documentary explores a fifteen-year scandal that began in New York City and rippled through the international art world. It examines the tall tales and fakery that eventually brought down the venerable Knoedler Gallery, which sold bogus paintings by Pollock, Rothko, Motherwell and other abstract expressionists.
The film will be followed by a Q&A with the producer/director, Daria Price. Admission is free. Reserve your tickets here.



AAQ Resource: Sotheby’s International Realty