Paul Moss took a break and seemed to become part of the exhibition on Thursday evening.
Steve Dinkes found a Ray Prohoska piece to buy.Durell Godfrey
Isabel Carmichael, one of the show's organizers, and Carl Irace.Durell Godfrey
The Baldwins discuss a set of works they ended up buying at the reception.Durell Godfrey
The Carriage House was busy both inside and out.Morgan McGivern
Jacqueline Murphy stood with Aaron Monet, a distant relative of the famed Impressionist, in front of his more Van Gogh-inspired paintings.Morgan McGivern
Morgan Santiago McGivern and Thomas McGivern also checked out the show.Morgan McGivern
The Profile Archive houses short-form video profiles of contemporary artists
Sophie Chahinian is putting her art degree to use with her project the Profile Archive, which includes an interview with Eric Fischl, the artist responsible for this mosaic at Nick and Toni’s restaurant.
A world in which people’s ears were filled with music as they walked through their days, staying in moment-to-moment communication through their phones with their job, their friends, their lovers, their families
A short story by Ray Bradbury inspired Christian Scheider and Tucker Marder, right, to explore the analog and digital universes.
The Salomé Chamber Orchestra was founded in 2009 by Lauren, Sean, and David Aaron Carpenter
Named for the woman who called for John the Baptist’s head, the headless (i.e., lacking a conductor) Salomé Chamber Orchestra will perform at Nova’s Ark in Bridgehampton and the Jewish Center of the Hamptons in East Hampton next weekend.
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A Thomas Moran watercolor, “Smoking Ships at Sea,” will be part of “Water,” a new show at the Tripoli Gallery in Southampton.
We all know that so many artists live here among us, but the density is remarkable when one comes face to face with it
Paul Moss seemed like a Duane Hansen sculpture among the artwork on view at the opening of “Amagansett Art: Across the Years” at the Amagansett Historical Association’s Jackson Carriage House last Thursday.