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Part of the Garden Conservancy’s Open Days program
“Outsider Art”, an English translation of art brut, the name given by the painter Jean Dubuffet to art forms originating outside of the art world
A wire sculpture and four painted wooden panels were part of Emery Blagdon’s “Healing Machine,” a complex environment he constructed in his Nebraska barn.
Mark Segal Photos
Josef Hofer often drew agricultural machines and, after being given a full-length mirror later in life, the human figure.
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Tom Steele’s photograph of Accabonac Harbor will be on view this weekend in “On the Horizon” at Ashawagh Hall in Springs.
Ronald Perelman first sued Larry Gagosian in 2012
Larry Gargosian sat in his booth featuring Richard Prince at Art Basel Miami Beach in December.
Fran Lebowitz will kick off a star-studded Labor Day weekend
“The Homesman” focuses on a subject seldom highlighted in westerns — the plight of women in the Old West
The frothy riff touches on social media, appropriation, modern art, and, if you’re feeling academic in these lazy dog days, Lacanian notions and related theories of the subject and object of the gaze in art
Enoc Perez borrowed posts from Instagram as a starting point for his collaged compositions on paper and canvas, then used shapes reminiscent of Matisse, Picasso, Baldessari, and Duchamp to cover the subjects.
From the beginning, Mr. Zucker’s work existed outside conventional modernist thinking
In Joe Zucker’s paintings, the materials, processes, and content are interdependent.
Britta Le Va
Joe Zucker’s “The First Roll of 96” Wide No. 12” uses a roll of canvas as subject matter and material. Parrish Art Museum
"Aquarium," a 1970 painting by Joe Zucker.Parrish Art Museum
Jesse Moss, the director of “The Overnighters,” spent two years “embedded” in the small North Dakota town of Williston, where hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, has unlocked a vast oil field in the nearby Bakken shale
The Rev. Jay Reinke experiences both external and internal struggles in “The Overnighters,” to be screened in the Hamptons International Film Festival’s SummerDocs program tomorrow night.