Claire Watson's newest solo show will feature 12 drawings and gouaches on paper that helped shape some of her largest wall-mounted pieces to date.
From the massive Women’s Marches held this year and last, to the rise of the “Me Too” movement, vocal demonstrations by DACA recipients, and reactions to police shootings of people of color, across the nation people are angry and getting organized.
“East End Collected4” is a collection of work from 30 artists who join the 100 who came before them, all carefully selected by curator Paton Miller.
Illustrator Paul Davis has helped shape the world of design — working for the likes of Disney, Rolling Stone and The New Yorker.
Adam Straus is a study in escapism — both as an artist, and as a person.
Hamptons Art Network’s 19 member organizations are teaming up for this weekend’s THAW Fest to bring a cultural awareness that transcends the luxurious lifestyle often associated with the Hamptons.
The sound meditation is an immersive experience that uses instruments and objects d’sound made specifically for deep relaxation, reduction of stress and lessening of anxieties.
The group show, “No Longer Supported,” at Sara Nightingale Gallery attempts to address a world where the software you use daily, and rely upon, has been deprecated.
The more you look at “Assemblages & Collage” by artist Jeanelle Myers, the more you discover.
Poet Jericho Brown will be the next guest in the spring Writers Speak Wednesdays series of free author talks and readings on Wednesday, March 21, at 7 p.m. at Chancellors Hall at Stony Brook Southampton.
The Parrish Art Museum is a fitting, and poetic, place to debut the groundbreaking exhibition, “Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture” on Sunday, considering the museum itself inspired it.
Not only is Inda Eaton’s upcoming concert “Authentic Adventures: Acoustic Highway” chock full of storytelling, comedy and, of course, music, but it marks the beginning of a new album adventure, “Shelter in Place.”
Hiroyuki Hamada became a minority overnight, with no concept of what it meant to be different, and unable to speak or understand English. Until he found art.
Enter Miles Partington’s world, leaping from miniatures to life-sized beings, from anthropomorphized creatures to surrealist studies, from sculpted self-portraits to painted letters and words.
Southampton Artists Association Winter Art Show — a collection of photographs, paintings, drawings and sculptures — will open with a reception on Saturday, February 24