Fine Arts

Artist Jackie Black Discusses “Last Meal”

On Friday, November 27, at 5 p.m., artist and activist Jackie Black will discuss “Last Meal,” her exhibition of photographs on view at the Parrish Art Museum, in a live-stream talk with exhibition organizer Savannah Petrick.

Matthew Raynor Photography Exhibition at SCC

The photography of Hampton Bays resident Matthew Raynor will be on view in an exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center (SCC) opening Saturday, December 5. Raynor, who suffered a spinal cord injury in a diving accident in April 2019 that left him paralyzed from the chest down, will be displaying a combination of pre-injury and post injury art in the show.

An Artist Finds Solace in the Woods of East Hampton

From the outside, it appears to be a fairly unassuming house on a fairly quiet road, situated, as it is, on a tree-filled lot deep in Northwest Woods just outside East Hampton Village. But inside, there’s a whole lot of history — and art — going on.

Concert and Conversation with “The Sand Man”

In recent weeks Lonnie Holley, a sculptor/outsider artist/musician/filmmaker/musician known as “The Sand Man,” has been the artist-in-residence at the Elaine de Kooning House in East Hampton. Holley’s residency will culminate with a conversation/performance that will run virtually via Guild Hall on Sunday, November 22, at 6 p.m.

The Art of Saul Steinberg at Pace Gallery

On Friday, November 20, Pace Gallery in East Hampton is opening “Saul Steinberg.” The solo presentation by the celebrated artist and longtime East End resident will include 21 works highlighting his unique style that was shaped by his experiences as an immigrant, New Yorker, and observant traveler.

“In Process” at The Watermill Center

On Saturday, November 21, from 2 to 3 p.m., join The Watermill Center’s artists-in-residence, Tahir Carl Karmali, Paige Mazurek, Zeinab Shahidi Marnani, Regina Parra and Claire Watson as they virtually open their studios and share their latest work.

New Long Island Collection Exhibits At East Hampton Library

The East Hampton Library’s Long Island Collection has unveiled two new exhibits in the four display cases in the library’s front lobby.

Artist Profile Archive presents Luminaries in New Light, for all Time

Over the last decade, Sophie Chahinian has literally brought her art history textbooks to life with The Artist Profile Archive, a series of short documentaries that feature some of the biggest names in contemporary art today.

PechaKucha Night At The Parrish

At its popular PechaKucha evenings, the Parrish Art Museum features speakers giving rapid-fire presentations about living creatively on the East End. PechaKucha Night Hamptons, Vol. 31, on Friday, November 20, at 6 p.m. will be presented live-streamed as well as in the museum.

Fall Auction to Benefit The Watermill Center

In its first major fundraising effort after closing its doors from April to September 2020, The Watermill Center is proud to announce an “Autumn Benefit Auction” as part of its annual end-of-year appeal.

Terry Elkins Show Recent Works at MM Fine Art

MM Fine Art in Southampton will present “Terry Elkins: Recent Work,” an exhibition opening Saturday, November 14, with an afternoon reception from 2 to 6 p.m. This solo show will remain on view through November 29. and is Elkins' second solo exhibition with MM Fine Art.

Window Shopping: Southampton Arts Center’s Storefront Art Project Brings Life to Empty Spaces

Even without a pandemic, off-season months on the East End can sometimes feel like a dry-run for the zombie apocalypse. A dearth of pedestrians and silent village streets are the norm, but most telling are those shop windows covered with brown paper by tenants who only operate their stores in the summer, or worse yet, empty cavernous storefronts that host no tenants whatsoever. Fortunately, Southampton Village is tackling the issue of empty storefronts head-on and has come up with a novel solution that is both pragmatic and artistic.

From Trains to Canvas: Graffiti Artist Stash Paints His Way to New East Hampton...

By age 15, Josh Franklin had mastered truth by omission. The scene unfolded every night around the dinner table in New York, his family’s focal point for catching up. “How was your day, guys?” his mother would ask him and his older brother. “What’d you do today?” “Oh, nothin’,” the younger sibling would typically mumble — his predictable teen angst masking a secret no one knew, other than the crew who was in on it, too.

Artist Jim Dine Talks Pop Art At The Parrish

Internationally renowned Parrish Art Museum collection artist Jim Dine (American, born 1935), whose work is on view in the Museum’s outdoor exhibition “Field of Dreams,” will participate in a live stream illustrated talk with Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., The Lewis B. and Dorothy Cullman Chief Curator on Friday, November 6, 5 p.m. 

Fall Art Show Hosted by Southampton Artists Association

This week, the Southampton Artists Association opens its “2020 Fall Art Exhibit” at the Levitas Center for the Arts at the Southampton Cultural Center. The show runs through November 29. A meet the artists reception will be held on Saturday, November 7 from 4 to 6 p.m. The exhibition includes work by over 30 artists.

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