Fine Arts

Hamptons Fine Art Fair Attract the Art Collectors

The premiere of the Hamptons Fine Art Fair (HFAF) from September 2 to 5 attracted more than 5,000 art enthusiasts who perused the four art-filled structures on the grounds of event co-producer, Southampton Arts Center (SAC), on Jobs Lane.

‘Pandemonium — Nature and Time’ Features Noyac Artists

Noyac-based artists Mary Boochever and Keven Teare will be participating in “Pandemonium — Nature and Time,” a group exhibition opening this Friday, September 17, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Gallery at the Bellport Brookhaven Historical Society, 12 Bell Street, Bellport.

Roisin Bateman Shows at John Jermain Library

Sag Harbor artist Roisin Bateman will exhibit her work at the John Jermain Memorial Library from September 16 to October 31. An artist’s reception take place at the library on Sunday, September 19, from 2 to 4 p.m.

Tony Rosenthal’s Artwork Featured in Auction

The personal collection of Southampton-based American sculptor Tony Rosenthal will make its very first public appearance in Glen Cove at Roland Auctions NY. Tony Rosenthal (American, 1914-2009) may be best known in the New York area for creating the landmark 15-foot high rotating sculpture the “Alamo” cube on New York City’s Astor Place.

The Art of Wearables

The Arts Center at Duck Creek is opening “Elizabeth Duffy: Wearing,” an exhibition opening on September 18, with a reception from 5 to 7 p.m. and remaining on view through October 23.

Art of Darkness: Banksy/ Blek Le Rat/ Richard Hambleton

From September 18 to October 10, Chase Contemporary will host an exhibition of paintings by street art legends Banksy, Blek Le Rat, and Richard Hambleton. On view at the gallery’s East Hampton location, among the works featured will be Banksy’s famous “Haight Street Rat,” 2010, which was the subject of the documentary “Saving Banksy.”

Meyerowitz’s 9/11 Photographs to be Shown at the Parrish

In the days, weeks, and months after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a colossal clean-up effort took place at Ground Zero, with thousands of first responders clearing up the wreckage of the Twin Towers. Also on the scene with the police officers, firefighters, construction workers, engineers, and volunteers was one man, Joel Meyerowitz, and his trusty large-format camera.

Catherine Lepp’s ‘Swimmers 2007-2021’

From September 10-30, Mark Borghi Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “Swimmers 2007-2021,” an exhibition highlighting the work of Catherine Lepp.

‘McDermott & McGough’ at Keyes Art

On Friday, September 10, from 6 to 8 p.m., Keyes Art in Sag Harbor hosts a reception for “McDermott & McGough Works on Paper, 2007-2012,” a new show created by Peter McGough.

Time for Fall Fun at SAC

With summer now setting on the horizon, Southampton Arts Center (SAC) is looking forward to fall and several events in September, including the opening of SAC’s newest exhibition “Clearing the Air: The Transformative Power of the Arts,” a show opening September 17 that is curated by Jay Davis, artist and curator of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Ambulatory Care Arts Program.

Spontaneous Entities Pop Up in Westhampton Beach

The mysterious and ubiquitous “Spontaneous Entities” created by artist Michael Zotos have a habit of popping up along roadsides and front lawns throughout the East End from time to time.

A Trio of Morans Inspired By the Sea

The East Hampton Historical Society is looking at the past through the lens of art with an astounding collection of paintings and etchings by a family of three renown members of the 19th century Moran family, artists who helped to establish the East End as the place for fabulous light and scenery.

David Stiles Designs and Cartoons his way Through a Complicated World

David Stiles, a Hampton Waters, East Hampton resident for close to 60 years, made his name, and still practices his calling, as an architectural designer creating and building clever, whimsical tree houses — typically, two-story constructions that appeal to grownups and children who peek into rooms, grab rope ladders, haul up lunch buckets and, in general, feel like kings and queens of all they survey from upper platforms.

Joel Meyerowitz 9/11 Images at the Parrish

On September 10, the Parrish Art Museum opens “Joel Meyerowitz AFTERMATH: Images from 9/11.” The exhibition is on view through November 7 and features 40 photographs that depict the physical devastation of the World Trade Center and serve as a backdrop for moments of courage, compassion, and solidarity.

Justin Beal Discusses the Life and Impact of Architect Minoru Yamasaki

On the eve of the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.C., the Parrish Art Museum presents an illustrated talk by artist/author Jason Beal on “Sandfuture” (MIT Press, September 2021), his forthcoming publication about the life of World Trade Center architect Minoru Yamasaki (1912–1986), followed by a book signing.

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When he was 10 years old in 1948, Rocco Liccardi — like others in his family — would tease his father about buying a piece of land in the Wickatuck hills near Noyac Bay and his decision to build a house there. But the family did it, coming out to Long Beach Lane for days at a time, camping out in old Army tents on the property while Rocco’s father put the house together.

18th OLA Film Festival Offers a Cultural Bridge

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Two Decades Later, Eric Fischl Reflects on the Power and Pain Behind ‘Tumbling Woman’

“Tumbling Woman.” It’s a sculpture created by artist Eric Fischl in the months immediately after 9/11, and it was born as an honest reflection of the complicated emotions that emerged after the attack on the World Trade Center — especially for those who lived in New York.