Dating back to the 1800s, nearly 100 wooden objects — from housewares and farm tools to personal items and children’s toys — are now on view at the museum through Sunday, August 12, exploring a unique chapter in American history.
The Clothesline Art Sale has been one of the most beloved and affordable art traditions in the Hamptons since its inception in 1946, putting “fine art within reach” while showcasing the abundant creative talent in our region.
A new body of her work, “Elevated Vision: Aerial Observations of Alex Ferrone,” is currently on view at Peconic Landing Theater Gallery in Greenport, which will host a reception on Friday, July 20, from 4 to 6 p.m.
Following their trajectory of non-traditional performance settings, the group will come to The White Room Gallery for the first of a series of live art happenings: “Water Musings,” an ode to the artists’ profound fascination with the fluidity and power of water, on Saturday, July 21, at the Bridgehampton gallery.
One of the beams is currently on view at the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs, the director explained, which is now home to a body of work by one of the leading printmakers and muralists working on the New York City WPA Federal Art Project in the 1930s — and friend of the buildings’ namesakes, artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner.
Her paintings will include watercolors from the 1970s and 1980s, including “Poor Butterfly,” an intricate and colorful work using apples, mirror images and an intricately patterned fabric that won The Heckscher Museum Award in the 1986 Long Island Annual.
The sixth annual Haitian Art & Handcraft Sale — to benefit education, health and sustainable development in the remote village — will open with a reception on Friday, July 20, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Christ Episcopal Church, located at 5 Hampton Street in Sag Harbor.
The 16-foot-high fiberglass sculpture by Larry Rivers called “Legs” has been taken down for cleaning and restoration and will be reinstalled when the work...
Local artists Lianne Alcon, Suzzanne Fokine, Ghilia Lipman-Wulf and Muriel Hanson Falborn are now on view in Romany Kramoris Gallery’s newest group show
With “Bonac: Letters from Home,” photographer Tara Israel tells a piece of her truth, documenting what “home” looks like to her generation of locals in East Hampton.
Forum Gallery was founded in Manhattan in 1961 as a gallery of American figurative art, and represents more than 20 American and European artists and estates.
Last Saturday, when friends, family and many of those fans gathered at Spalding Gray’s home in North Haven, they were there not to mourn, but to celebrate him with two events.
Celebrate the launch of Inda Eaton’s newest album, “Shelter in Place” — and the beginning of a new adventure in storytelling music madness.
There are several reasons artist Keith Sonnier bought his property in Sagaponack — but one of them was a tree. Specifically, an ancient tulip tree.
He has an eye that “sees form and color beyond their representational status while engaging the viewer into a more abstract world of dynamic shapes and tonal variations on colors,” according to De Luca, director of Ille Arts in Amagansett.