On Thursday, July 9, from 4 to 5 .m., Guild Hall Museum hosts a virtual art salon to celebrate the winners of its 82nd Artist Members Exhibition.
ArtRemsenburg is currently presenting an intimate visual arts show featuring a group of four acclaimed local artists from Remsenburg and the surrounding area. “This is a special show celebrating the re-opening of the Academy for the season, however belated.” stated ArtRemsenburg committee member Paul Dempsey, “We will be practicing social distancing and a mask will be required to enter.”
Alone Gallery's “Spotlight 3” exhibition, on view from July 14 to 26, features the idyllic landscape paintings of Tomás Sánchez, arguably the most famous living Cuban artist.
Michael Werner Gallery has signed a lease for a new space in East Hampton. The gallery will be located in the former Warby Parker optical store off Newtown Lane.
Rice and beans … they’re as essential as toilet paper in this era of pandemic. That’s why Sag Harbor sculptor and artist Nathan Slate Joseph decided to use all three of those items in his latest creative endeavor.
With Guild Hall Museum reopen now, the Guild Hall Teen Arts Council (GHTAC) is investigating the idea of “reopening” and the prefix “re” meaning "back" or "again." The group is mounting a video installation titled, “RE” that documents the sights, sounds, and interactions they see on a daily basis, culminating in a series of four short films projected on the windows at the back entrance of Guild Hall.
On Friday July 3, at 5 p.m., artist Elliott Hundley, whose work is featured in “Telling Stories: Reframing the Narratives,” discusses his dense, complex scenarios that mimic the deluge of information in the digital age, with exhibition organizer adjunct curator David Pagel.
The inaugural exhibition at Pace Gallery’s temporary space in East Hampton at 68 Park Place, opens on Friday, July 3, and features never-before-seen drawings by internationally renowned, Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara.
LongHouse Reserve, the famed East Hampton outdoor sculpture garden, welcomes Ai Weiwei’s “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads: Bronze,” an exhibition opening to the public on Wednesday July 8
Southampton Town Councilman Tommy John Schiavoni and Suffolk County Legislator Bridget Fleming are working together on an effort that would allow small arts institutions on the East End to open earlier than the state’s guidelines, which stipulate reopening of entertainment facilities in phase four.
For 40 years, the Mark Humphrey Gallery was a Southampton Village fixture. Established in 1980 by Mr. Humphrey and his partner, Larry Rundie, as a purveyor of posters, prints, miscellaneous art objects and framing, the gallery shifted focus several times over the decades and carried works by some of the most successful artists of the last half century. On June 11, Mr. Humphrey died of complications from cancer at The Kanas Center for Hospice Care in Westhampton Beach. He was 71.
On Friday, June 26, at 5 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum’s chief curator, Alicia G. Longwell, Ph.D., will give a livestream illustrated talk with collection artist Joe Zucker about his new monograph, “Joe Zucker” (Thames & Hudson, 2020).
Upon receiving authorization from the Village of Southampton, the Town of Southampton and Suffolk County, Southampton Arts Center, located at 25 Jobs Lane in Southampton Village, reopened its galleries on Thursday, June 18, as part of New York State’s “Phase 2” reopening.
MM Fine Art (4 North Main Street, Southampton), has opened for the season with “Headspace,” an exhibition featuring the work of Rainer Andreesen.
Our COVID-19 quarantine has dramatically changed the way we partake of culture these days. But if you’re among those who have been longing to indulge in the artistic scene on the South Fork, take heart — there’s a new experience on the East End that’s all about viewing art on your own time and with your own people.