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‘Sea of Shadows’ Exposes a Wildlife Crisis

It’s well known that animals are disappearing at an alarming rate due to overharvesting, habitat loss, invasive species, pollution, and global climate change. "Sea of Change" is about something else, the rising incidence of wildlife crime.

Aug 8, 2019
Letting the Sun Shine In

In these dark times of global unrest and uncertainty, Guild Hall has decided to bring a little light into at least our corner of the world with “Sunny Days,” an exhibition of work by Ugo Rondinone, a renowned Swiss-born artist with a residence in Mattituck.

Aug 8, 2019
The Art Scene: 08.08.19

Costantino Nivola at Drawing Room, Bluedorn curates "The Beach" in Amagansett, Beach Painting Club at Sammy's Beach, Maira Kalman and Alex Kalman at Art Barge, and much more

Aug 8, 2019
Bits and Pieces: 08.08.19

Watermill Center Open House, Aviva in Montauk, Burwell at Ross, Family Fun in Southampton, Toys and Game Show in Sag Harbor, and more

Aug 8, 2019
Candace Montgomery: A Different Kind of Political

“I don’t like art that is like somebody else’s stuff,” said Candace Hill Montgomery during a conversation in her Bridgehampton backyard. “I have a real hatred of things that are not original. Does it reference somebody else’s work? That’s fine. But not when it’s basically a copy.”

Aug 1, 2019
Frankenthaler on the Cape

Although Helen Frankenthaler spent some of her formative years as an artist in Springs and East Hampton, she developed a more lasting relationship with Provincetown, Mass., during her marriage to Robert Motherwell. The decade she kept a summer studio there had a profound impact on her work.

Aug 1, 2019
Pianofest’s Pianists, Surrounded by Music

Six pianists gathered last week to talk about their experiences participating in Pianofest, a summer festival that offers concentrated study to a small group of auditioned and very talented young artists, who live for four weeks in a large house in East Hampton and present concerts to the public in venues in Southampton, East Hampton, and Westhampton Beach.

Aug 1, 2019
A Postwar Man of Abstraction

A frequent visitor to the South Fork, Walter Plate spent most of each year in Woodstock, N.Y., where he settled after serving in World War II. But that didn’t keep him from absorbing the same inspiration from the East End as his associates Willem and Elaine de Kooning, Adolph Gottlieb, Philip Guston, and Herman Cherry, a mentor.

Aug 1, 2019
Playful Portraits at Duck Creek

On Saturday, a new show of RJT Haynes paintings will open at the Arts Center at Duck Creek in Springs.

Aug 1, 2019
LaChanze Is Feeling Good

LaChanze first stepped onto a Broadway stage in 1990 in the musical “Once on This Island” and lost no time launching a career that hasn’t slowed down since.

Aug 1, 2019