A rundown of what’s new in the East End art world
Glenn Horowitz, with Jess Frost, has taken up residence just a door away from his previous space on Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
Eric Fischl’s “Summer Dog Days,” from 1995, is on view at Guild Hall.
The work of three artists each is incorporated into these deconstructed and put-together-again surfboards.
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Body Stories: Teresa Fellion Dance will be performing and holding classes across the South Fork this week.
Mr. Ludlam’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company was born and nurtured in a time of revolution and change for gay America
Isaac Klein and Trevor Vaughn star in the “The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful,” directed by Kate Mueth at Mulford Rep this month.
The aim is to present great artists as human beings
The History of Art String Band will play at Guild Hall on Saturday night as a celebration of Jackson Pollock and a benefit for families affected by autism.
The Adventure Bandits Art Club, a collaborative that works with other talented young artists just starting out
Margaret Braun and Chloe Gifkins have organized a show at Nova’s Ark in Bridgehampton this weekend.
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April Gornik, whose work is seen above, is one of some 100 artists participating in the East End Hospice’s Box Art Auction.
By Ellen T. White
“American Native V” by Eddie Martinez is one of the works on view in a show at the Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton through Wednesday.