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ARC Fine Art Presenting End Of Summer Celebration And Thom Gilbert Book Signing

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "The majority of the works on view reflect the undeniable lure of the sea and the striking natural topography of the East End," Adrienne Conzelman explained.

Nearly 100 Artists Taking Part In East End Hospice's Box Art Auction Benefit

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "This year, some 90 East End artists have contributed their time, talent and singular creativity to produce these unique works of portable art for this most worthy cause," noted Benefit Chair Arlene Bujese.

10th Annual Artists Of Shelter Island Open Studios Event To Feature 16 Stops

by Ryan Lappe
In the Galleries - "It is thrilling to be celebrating 10 years of ARTSI and our annual open studios event. Not much seems to have staying power anymore, so the fact that a group of local artists could come together and establish an organization and a community event that has remained popular for a decade is so gratifying," relayed Katherine Hammond.

INTERVIEW: Joyce Varvatos On Partnering With New York Academy Of Art For "Fellows: Past And Present"

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Each artist has a very strong point of view with a unique way of conveying it," Varvatos told us.

INTERVIEW: Photographer Peter Lik On The Launch Of LIK Fine Art Hamptons, The Allure Of The East End, And More

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "One of the reasons I love New York is its incredibly diverse landscape. One day I'm staring in awe at some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world, and the next I am capturing a sweeping coastline on the eastern tip of Long Island. I have been blown away by New York since my first visit decades ago," Lik told us.

Intimate Hamptons Upstairs Art Fair To Highlight Over Ten Galleries

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "In years past it's been a thrill to see artists like Rashid Johnson and David Salle stop by the fair as well as curators from major New York institutions like The Whitney," Bill Powers noted. "That is very much a trajectory we hope to continue."

Hamptons Art In The Park To Feature Pieces From Over 40 Artists

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "There truly is something for everyone at this fine art show. It is a great time to come to the Village, stroll in our park and check out the Village restaurants," SAA Board member Danielle Leef explained.

Manhattan-Based Artist, Deborah Buck, Exhibits Work at Ille Arts Gallery in Amagansett

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "I do not set out with an intention; I show up to work. I set out on a journey, an adventure to let the process guide me on a treasure hunt," reflected Buck. "I formally push and pull the color and form until the work begins to reveal what it is that I want to talk about in each piece; that is the treasure. The act of painting is a beautiful ritual but to merge that dance with the succinctness of content is the trick."

INTERVIEW: Artist Leah Schrager On "Unprotected Specs" In Montauk And More

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "There are four new works that I made specifically with Montauk in mind...," Schrager told us.

2019 Market Art + Design To Bring Together Nearly 100 Galleries

by Ryan Lappe
In the Galleries - "The caliber of gallery is extremely high, and visitors to the Market Art + Design pavilion can expect to encounter truly world-class work," Kelly Freeman noted.

INTERVIEW: Aced Gallery's Michael Cassiliano On The Hamptons' Market Art + Design And More

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - Aced Gallery is truly honored to represent such creative minds like Gregory Siff and Guy Stanley. Both of these artists pull inspiration from the greats like Basquiat and Warhol which will hit home for Hamptons collectors," Cassiliano told us.

Johannes Vogt Gallery's Annual "The Barn Show" To Premiere Over Fourth Of July Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Highlights this year include Gina Beavers whose spectacular exhibition is on view currently at MoMA PS 1, Derrick Adams who was just awarded the prestigious Rauschenberg Residency, as well as the East Coast premiere for Australian painter Madeleine Pfull," Vogt noted.

Smithsonian-Recognized Artist David Datuna Launches Datuna Art Space

by Lee Fryd
In the Galleries - "We may be just starting, but we have a big space and big plans," David Datuna said about his Datuna Art Space.

Hamptons-Based Museum Highlights Vintage Whaling-themed Stamps And Postcards

by Ryan Lappe
In the Galleries - "The idea came to me when I was researching a local whaling adventure. A whale was caught of Amagansett in 1907," Richard Doctorow, the curator of the exhibit, explained.

East Hampton Historical Society To Host "Thomas Moran Discovers The American West"

by Courtney File
In the Galleries - "The significance of the Moran's and their role locally and nationally is of great importance to the world of art," said Maria Vann, "but in a broader sense because of Thomas Moran's role in the founding of our National Parks."

A "Mad Mix" Is Coming To The White Room

by Ryan Lappe
In the Galleries - "Mad Mix as an exhibit concept is a play off the informal definition of mad as in mad loaded or, in this case, very mixed work with 11 featured artists," shared The White Room co-owners and directors Andrea McCafferty and Kat O'Neill.

INTERVIEW: "National Geographic" Photographer Joel Sartore On Documenting The World's Wildlife, Conservation Through Art, And More

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We try to realize that this might be the only chance this animal ever has to have its voice heard and have its story told and, and get people interested in it. That's a big responsibility, but it's one we really take pride in," Sartore told us.

"Bodies Of Work" To Explore The Human Figure

by Courtney File
In the Galleries - "The human body endures as an iconic artistic expression and source of inspiration because of its ability to capture the complexity of the human condition and reflect our emotions, thoughts, dreams and nightmares," Setha Low noted.

"Summer Solstice," An Exhibition By Lizzie Gill, Now On Display In Montauk

by Courtney File
In the Galleries - "The exhibition Summer Solstice centers around that moment, on the longest day of the year, where you contemplate your past, present and future," Gill explained.

Don Lenzer Honors Sag Harbor Cinema With "Sag Noir" Project

by Ryan Lappe
In the Galleries - "Sag Noir has brought me more joy and satisfaction than I could have possibly dreamed. Out of destruction and loss came a lesson in generosity, kindness and community spirit," Lenzer reflected.

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