Fine Arts

Snoeman in the City

The work of Snoeman, a New York City-based artist with roots in graffiti, is on view now in “New York Love,” an exhibition running through June 28 at No. 53, a gallery located at 53 The Circle in East Hampton.

It’s the ‘Edge of Summer’ at Ashawagh Hall

“Edge of Summer,” a group show of painting, photography, sculpture and collage by 22 East End artists, will run Thursday, June 10, through Sunday, June 13, at Ashawagh Hall in Springs. An opening reception for the exhibition, which is presented by Folioeast, is Friday, June 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

A Decade Of Art At Halsey McKay Gallery

What started as a conversation between Hilary Schaffner and artist Ryan Wallace has led to a decade of programming including 176 exhibitions, 30 art fairs and 16 off-site projects, featuring over 270 artists. “Ten Years,” an exhibition running now through June 21 at Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton, marks this occasion.

‘Up To And Including Her Limits’ At Halsey McKay

Halsey McKay Gallery in East Hampton is currently hosting “Up to and Including Her Limits,” a group exhibition with work by Sari Dienes, Carolee Schneemann and Sara VanDerBeek organized by Soft Network as part of its larger, multi-venue project, “Interior Scroll, or What I Did On My Vacation.” The show runs through June 21.

Guild Hall Gears Up for its 90th Anniversary Season

In 1931, Guild Hall in East Hampton opened its doors for the first time. The vision of Mary Lorenzo Woodhouse, a local philanthropist and active member of the village, from the beginning Guild Hall was designed to be a community-centric cultural institution that sought to offer visual and the performing arts in equal measure. In the 90 years since its opening, Guild Hall has lived up to that mission and more, and this summer will present a full slate of theater and arts events that reflect the institution’s place in the history of the East End while also highlighting the way forward.

‘Guild Hall For All’ On Sale Now

On the occasion of its 90th anniversary, Guild Hall has released a new book that reflects on the organization’s last nine decades in the community. Titled “Guild Hall for All,” the book was written by Guild Hall Executive Director Andrea Grover and Helen Harrison, director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center.

‘The Maker’ Opens at Keyes Gallery

The work of William Charles Harrington will be on view in “The Maker,” an exhibition opening at Keyes Art Gallery with a reception from 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, June 4. The work will remain on view through July 10.

Artis Elaine Faith Thompson Shows at Rogers Memorial Library

During the month of June, the artwork of U.S. Open and PGA golf artist Elaine Faith Thompson will be on view in a solo exhibition on the lower level of Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton.

Screening of the Documentary ‘The Proposal’ and a Live Talk at the Parrish

On Friday, June 4, from 7:30 to 10 p.m., the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill will present its first outdoor program of the season. The museum will screen the film “The Proposal,” a 2018 documentary which is being co-presented with Hamptons Doc Fest in collaboration with Dia Art Foundation.

Josephine Meckseper in Residency at Elaine de Kooning House

For her residency at the Elaine de Kooning House in East Hampton running now through August, Josephine Meckseper is expanding on her large scale assemblage, spray-paint and short film works that she started during the lock-down months of 2020.

Remsenburg Academy Springs into Summer

The Remsenburg Academy presents “Spring Into Summer 2021,” an exhibition featuring the work of Larry Agnello, Jean Arena Barbieri, Jacques LeBlanc and Pamela Bracken Morrison.

‘Everything Is Going To Be Alright’ Installed at the Parrish

The Parrish Art Museum will present “Work No. 2210: Everything Is Going to Be Alright” (2015) by artist Martin Creed from May 28 through November 30. The 70-foot-long neon sculpture will stretch across the museum’s south-facing façade, displaying a single line of unpunctuated, rainbow-hued text that reads “Everything Is Going to Be Alright.”

Remembering the Tulsa Massacre at Keyes Gallery

Julie Keyes Gallery in Sag Harbor will host a Memorial Day weekend show featuring the work of Leslee Howes Stradford, an artist-in-residence at The Church in Sag Harbor, along with artist Claude Lawrence. On view at the gallery will be “The Night Tulsa Died, The Black Wall Street Massacre, 1921.” The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 was a massacre confined mainly to the racially segregated Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on May 31 and June 1, 1921.— 100 years ago this week. Stradford is a descendant of victims in that riot.

Berggruen Gallery Comes to East Hampton Village

San Francisco-based Berggruen Gallery has opened a pop-up exhibition space in East Hampton Village for the 2021 summer season.

Terrie Sultan and Robin Nicholson Form New Entity to Assist Arts Organizations

In a move reflecting the challenges that art museums face in the post-COVID world, two former art museum directors, Terrie Sultan and Robin Nicholson, are partnering with consultants Hudson Ferris to form a new entity — Art Museum Strategies @ Hudson Ferris.

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