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Vintages Valentines Spanning A Century On View Virtually Through East Hampton Historical Society

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "The origin of Saint Valentine's Day is not a very romantic story," declared Richard Baron, Chief Curator.


Hamptons-Based Museum Offering Walk Tour Of Inaugural Sculpture Exhibition

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "I'm pleased that we continue to offer plein air tours in the Meadow for our audiences to learn firsthand about the artworks in Field of Dreams and their creators," reflected Corinne Erni.


INTERVIEW: Anthony Madonna On Shining A Spotlight On The Next Generation Of Artists At Guild Hall

by T.J. Clemente
In the Galleries - "As a celebration of both Guild Hall's 90th anniversary and the centennial of the Village of East Hampton, Student Art Festival 2021: Past-Present-Future looks at both our shared past and an imagined future," Madonna told us.


"Love & Passion" Returning To The Hamptons This February: Open Call For Artists To Participate In 17th Annual Art Show

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "I think with all the isolation, fear and anger that has grown in this country (and world) people have a lot to say and that what this platform is for," Karyn Mannix said.


Craft And Art Converge At Phillips' Design Sale, On View Now In Southampton

by Lee Fryd
In the Galleries - "Some of the most ambitious artists, ceramics and furniture makers throughout the 20th century were really trying to take their medium out of craft and bridge it with art," Design Specialist Kimberly Sorensen told us.


Artist Jim Dine To Speak About 60-Year Career During "Friday Nights Live!"

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "It is indeed a great pleasure to present this evening with the artist Jim Dine, known worldwide for inspiring public works that have astonished and delighted generations of viewers," saidAlicia G. Longwell.


Bridgehampton-Based Gallery Encourages All To "Carpe Artem" This November

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Carpe Diem has been the battle cry since 30 BC. Give or take," Andrea McCafferty and Kat O'Neil shared. "The Roman poet Horace used the term to express the idea that one should enjoy life while one can. Imagine such insight without any of the modern advances of toilets, TV's, anything apple, cars, bars and the internet."


Annual Hamptons Autumn Art Show To Showcase Nearly 30 East End Artists

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We look forward to opening the doors for to the community which has supported us over the years," Paul Dempsey noted.


Don't Miss Painter William Quigley's New Works And Special "Avengers" Masterpiece At Keyes Art In Sag Harbor

by T.J. Clemente
In the Galleries - "Abstraction is one thing, passion is another. Artist William Quigley exhibits both in every single painting he does, and he does both of them perfectly," Keyes relayed.


Audrey Flack And Amy Zerner's "Goddesses Here & Now" On View At MM Gallery

by Lee Fryd
In the Galleries - "We've know each other since the 70s and the theme of Goddesses in our work has woven in and out separately," East Hampton's Amy Zerner told us.


"Continuum" To Pop Up At Ashawagh Hall Over Columbus Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "The gallery is pleased to show four important artists - all who have roots locally in the Hamptons," Christine Berry noted.


Artists Alliance Of East Hampton Returning To Ashawagh Hall For Fall Show

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "The works displayed cover landscapes through modern art, sculptures, paintings, photography, and glass," Mary Milne said. "I think many of the artists are looking forward to reigniting the many friendships they have made meeting other artists as well as visitors at these shows."


INTERVIEW: VSOP Projects Owner Jonathan Weiskopf On A Special Montauk Exhibition Highlighting The Works Of Courtenay Pollock, Longtime The Grateful Dead Tie-Dye Artist

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "This is a rare opportunity to experience and own a small piece of Grateful Dead and Rock & Roll history, and I hope lots of other folks will come to Montauk over the weekend to learn more about this incredible artist," Jonathan Weiskopf told Hamptons.com


Annual Southampton Labor Day Art Exhibition To Highlight The Works Of Nearly 40 Local East End Artists

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "At this time, we are very grateful to be able to have a live exhibit, our last show was virtual only. And while we did have some sales, the spark from seeing the art and meeting the artists in person, was missing," reflected Paul Dempsey.


INTERVIEW: Russell Young, Silkscreen Icon, Talks Travel, Inspiration And His Work At The White Room Gallery

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "My father opened my eyes to the world of art. My parents had books all over the house on Marilyn and other public figures. They were always reading biographies and consuming," Young told us.


Philadelphia-Based Gallery, Bluestone Fine Art, Joins The Hamptons Virtual Art Fair With Impressive Line-Up of Artists

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "I am most excited to share our exhibition to the virtual art collector, as this is the way of the future," said Bluestone Fine Art Gallery Owner, Pamela A. Regan.


12th Annual Westhampton Beach Festival Of The Arts To Take Place Over Labor Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Our fine art festival always has been and always will be about the beauty and creativity of artisans," Ron Mellott explained.


INTERVIEW: Artist Robert Longo On "All For The Hall," A Guild Hall Benefit Exhibition, The Importance Of The East Hampton Multidisciplinary Center And More

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Guild Hall has been a significant fixture of the East End for nearly 90 years. It is a critical cultural institution that provides art, theater, classes, and programs. It is essential to the community," Longo told us.


Market Art + Design 2020 Goes Virtual For Its 10th Edition

by Shakir Philippe
In the Galleries - "Market Art + Design has long been known as an important cultural moment for the Hamptons summer season," explained Kelly Freeman. "This year's fair will see the continuation of this celebration with a much wider reach."


Lindsay Morris' "A Small Taste Of Freedom" To Explore Students' Lives During The Pandemic

by Gabrielle Topping
In the Galleries - "I am awake at 8am to the sound of my little brother reciting the pledge. I teach him first then myself," Kathleen Berrezueta reflected.


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