Laurie Lambrecht is a self-declared “outdoors person” and always has been — but never before in her artistic installations. The Parrish Road Show has changed that,
For decades, a small but thriving community of experimental visualists and media artists coexisted in downtown New York. But the outside world disregarded them — casting their work aside as a sub-par art form reserved for nightclubs and the party scene. Then in 2006, video/performance artist Ursula Scherrer and intermedia artist Katherine Liberovskaya decided it was time to shift the narrative.
Ms. Tuft was the recipient of the Southampton Arts Center’s Champion of the Arts award earlier this month for her work in telling this story.
Amy Zerner’s work, ancient as well as modern in its cross-cultural sweep, is ultimately a sacred art. From September 21 through 30, “Enchanted Worlds: The Spiritual Collages & Tapestries of Amy Zerner” will be on view at MM Fine Art in Southampton.
It’s fair to say that Michael “Mickey” Paraskevas’s mind doesn’t work in the same way most people’s do. For example, as an artist, he’ll offer a straight forward, lovely, realistic landscape rendering of an Iowa cornfield. Then he’ll push it over the edge by plopping down a giant figure of Mickey Mouse right in the middle of it all.
From September 14 to October 13, the Arts Center at Duck Creek in East Hampton hosts “Slack Tide,” a group exhibition curated by Matthew Nichols that features art by peter campus (stet), Cindy Hinant, Matthew Larson, Luke Murphy, Hanna Sandin, Jean Shin, and Carrie Yamaoka.
“We shouldn’t lose 48 Madison and get caught in a quagmire,” Trustee Thomas Gardella said before the Sag Harbor Village Board voted on August...
Science and art merge at the Parrish Art Museum when a Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) scientist, a Stony Brook University music professor, and an interdisciplinary...
It’s almost impossible to view the current installation at East Hampton’s Guild Hall and not be cheered by its vivid hues and bright tones. Welcome to the world of “Sunny Days,” Ugo Rondinone’s installation which opened mid-August and will be on view through mid-October.
Historically, the Sag Harbor-based painter has conceptualized and executed his annual creation for the East End Hospice “Box Art Auction” months ahead of schedule. Until this year, that is.
Joni Sternbach is willing to do what it takes to get the photo. And, in the mid-1990s, that meant hauling her large-format camera to the edge of a bluff in Montauk — over and over, unabashedly trespassing, for the sake of her art.
This weekend, Guild Hall in East Hampton opens a new exhibition featuring works by the renowned Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone.
On Thursday, August 1, at 5 p.m., Shnayerson will be at the Parrish Art Museum where he will join museum director Terrie Sultan for a conversation about the meteoric rise of the largest unregulated financial market in the world, namely the contemporary art market.
“Art is Good For You,” is a group show with surfers and creatives Juliet Schreckinger, Xavier McCormack and August Whitney on view through August 18.
Another person’s trash is artist Cynthia Pease Roe’s treasure.