It still astonishes Dexter Wimberly that African-American portraiture is regarded as “fresh” and “new” — when it has existed for centuries.
The smallest gesture can be radical — profound, progressive, or even revolutionary. But it can often depend on who’s making it.
“Where are you really from?” is not a simple question for Bastienne Schmidt to answer.
Jane Weissman will present “Isolation & Light: 1970s Land Art in the American Southwest” on January 27 at Golden Eagle Artist Supply in East Hampton.
David Hockney's peripatetic life and personal experiences have been the sum and substance of his work since his days at London’s Royal College of Art.
The Killer Bees are still stinging — and landing film distribution deals.
This is a sampling of what’s in store for visitors to the Guild Hall art galleries this Saturday with the opening of the 26th Annual Student Art Festival.
“Everybody Knows… Elizabeth Murray,” a portrait of the groundbreaking artist whose work is in the Parrish Art Museum collection, will screen on January 19.
Known for his watercolors of East End life — from whaling captains to agricultural scenes — the greeting cards show another side to Hoie.
The Golden Eagle Studio 144 and Nick & Toni’s are about to make a great team.
Harvey Herman has traveled the world to find beauty, only to decide that the East End may be the most beautiful place of them all.
The Hearst Foundation recently awarded Guild Hall a $50,000 grant to support K-12 educational programming in 2018.
It was everything David Diskin had imagined sitting across from Ziggy Marley backstage at the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center.
The reason that The Watermill Center is called a laboratory for the arts and humanities is because it is exactly that — a think-tank.
Twenty 20-second slides, one rapid-fire presentation — multiplied by eight. This is PechaKucha, and it returns to the Parrish Art Museum on Friday.