Eric Fischl, co-founder of The Church with his wife, artist April Gornik, will lead the organization’s first event “Art As Ecosystem” on Saturday, July 20.
Edwina Lucas' first solo show at Ille Arts, “Above and Below,” opens Saturday, July 20, at the Amagansett gallery, located at 171 Main Street.
Robert Carioscia is always up to a new project at his studio in Sag Harbor, whether it is a series of political paintings or mixed media work, one often leading to another, pertaining to a bigger picture.
Next weekend, nine artists will welcome the public to their studios during the inaugural Quogue Artists Open Studio Tour.
All Linda Capello has ever wanted to do was draw. And all she has ever wanted to draw were people.
As of last week, the 32 birdhouses constructed by 29 local artists were still trickling into the Peconic Land Trust office.
On the heels of the Parrish Art Museum exhibition “The Space Between Memory and Expectation” — on view through July 28 — MM Fine Art is opening the new photography show, “Renate Aller: Shared History.”
“Treasures from Chatsworth,” on view starting Friday at Sotheby's newly renovated New York galleries, will feature more than 40 masterworks selected to represent the remarkable breadth of the Devonshire Collection
Mixed media artist Michele Pulver Feldman practices what she likes to call “serendipitous creativity.” It is what drives her, she said.
Every day, Marc Dalessio begins his morning ritual by looking out the window, as the weather determines what he and his wife, Tina Orsolic Dalessio, will do next.
Exuberance, energy, vision, visualization, enlightenment and serendipity. These are the core principles and phrases that ground Lawrence Weiner’s newest installation, “Out of Sight,” a...
For its 25th issue, The Southampton Review has gotten itself a literary lift. Featuring work by Rick Moody, Alicia Mountain, Rachel Lyon, Lisa Locascio, Katherine...
In 1871, the great landscape painter Thomas Moran joined the adventurous Hayden Expedition to Wyoming — his iconic imagery of the American West later...
In 1965, the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London presented Lee Krasner’s first retrospective exhibition.
National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore measures his life in stories, from one to the next.