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Guild Hall in East Hampton opens three shows on Saturday. The Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies (FAPE) Exhibition with guest curator Robert Storr, Chairman of FAPE's Professional Fine Arts Committee and Dean of the Yale School of Art. Nina Yankowitz Criss~Crossing the Divine, an interactive installation that uses technology to allow people to explore the relative perspectives of sacred texts, and Billy Rayner, with prints of watercolors. The shows run through July 27. Visit www.guildhall.org.
Barbara Moeller's new exhibit, "Priceless Moments of the Day" depicts paintings from both the East End of Long Island and from California. The exhibit takes place in the Gallery at the Water Mill Museum Thursday through July 14. A reception for the artist will be on Saturday, June 28 from 5 to 7 PM.
Under the Influence
The Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum presents Under the Influence. Curated by Peter J. Marcelle, Under the Influence explores the relationship between nine contemporary artists and the artists who have inspired them. The show opens Friday with an opening reception from 6 to 8 PM and runs through July 8.
Dodds & Eder Home's presents sculptors by Bill Barrett, Michael Chiarello, John Cino, Gregory de la Haba, David Elze, Dennis Leri and Paul Pavia in its outdoor sculpture garden in Sag Harbor. An opening takes place on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM.
Carol Gold's "Island Dreams" solo exhibition of Caribbean and local oil paintings and giclees is on display at Southampton Town Hall. The show runs through June 27.
Mixed Media Plus
Mixed Media Plus takes place at Ashawagh Hall in Springs on Saturday and Sunday with an opening reception on Saturday from 5 to 8 PM.
Stained with Sweet
McNeill Art Group has opened an exhibition space located in Hill Street Gallery, 40 Hill Street, in Southampton. On Saturday from 5 to 8 PM there will be an opening reception for Stained with Sweet. Featuring artists Perry Burns, Tapp Francke, Jeff Muhs and Bettina Werner, on view through July 13.
Deconstructing Sayre Barn
Southampton Historical Museums and Research Center presents "Deconstructing the Sayre Barn: Photographs by Ulf Skogsbergh," an exhibit of highly detailed oversize photographs featuring what Skogsbergh found to be the most fascinating phase of the reconstruction of the Southampton Historical Museum's Sayre Barn, its deconstruction. The show runs through October 10. For more information call 631-283-2494 or visit www.southamptonhistoricalmuseum.org.
Swells & Swirls
Swells & Swirls, works by Matt Clark and Mike DiRenzo, is on display at The Alex Ferrone Photography Gallery in Cutchogue. The show runs through July 20.
Past and Present
Bridgehampton Past and Present, an exhibition that takes place through September 18, is on display at the Bridgehampton Museum.
East End Eden
Art Gallery at the Quogue Library presents artist Cindy Patrick with "East End Eden." The show runs through June 29.
Southampton Cultural Center presents "Nature: Variations on a Theme" at Levitas Center of the Arts at Southampton Cultural Center. The show, curated by Arlene Bujese, features the work of Deborah Black, Lucy Cookson, Mary Daunt, Janet Jennings, and Karen Kluglein. The show runs through July 12.
The Halsey Mckay Gallery in East Hampton presents artwork by Matt Kenny and Adam Marnie. The show runs through Monday.
Crazy Monkey Gallery
The Crazy Monkey Gallery in Amagansett features the art of three of its longtime members, Andrea McCafferty, Ellyn Tucker and Bob Tucker, as well as a group exhibit by the art cooperative's members. The exhibition will be on view through June 30.
"Before and After SANDY," works by Ine Wijtvliet will be on display at Remsenburg Academy through Sunday.
Picture of Lola
The Fireplace Project, a contemporary art gallery and project space in Springs, presents Picture of Lola with Lola Montes Schnabel and Julian Schnabel as its first exhibition for 2014. The show runs through Monday
The East Hampton Historical Society presents "Craig Claiborne & Pierre Franey: Cookbook Revolutionaries in East Hampton." The exhibition includes many special loans from private collections, including artwork, photographs, films, cookbooks, menus, and cherished items from both Claiborne's and Franey's kitchens.
The show will be on display at Clinton Academy Museum through July 13.
Down To Earth
Artist Lily Almog's "Down To Earth" is on display at Vered Gallery in East Hampton. The exhibition runs through June 30. As an artist, Lily Almog has worked primarily through photography in environmental portraiture. The experimental direction of "Down to Earth" presents new views of engagement with landscape as it integrates various forms of land use; its leisure activities and suburban life. Her works are represented in permanent collections of major museums such as SF MOMA and the V & A in London.
Arlene Slavin's "Intersections" is on display at Guild Hall in East Hampton. The new series features sculptures and paintings with pencil, diagonal, grid-based with layers of lush, translucent stained colors. The show runs through October 13. Visit www.guildhall.org.
LongHouse in East Hampton presents the exhibit "exteriors, the explosion of outdoor furnishings." It is the largest exhibit in the foundation's history, with entries from countries across the world. The exhibit displays all aspects of outdoor living. Runs through October 11.
Rosalie Dimon Gallery
An art show featuring Anahi DeCanio and Michael Maas is on display at the Rosalie Dimon Gallery at the Jamesport Manor Inn. Presented by East End Arts. The show runs through July 30. Visit www.eastendarts.org.
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents Jennifer Bartlett: History of the Universe. The show will run through July 13.
Art & Furniture
The Art & Furniture of Mark Larson & Dan Cramer opens the 2014 season at Pritam & Eames in East Hampton and can be viewed through July 8. The Minnesota-based artists have collaborated on a series of furniture pieces for their show, which also include paintings and bowls by Mark Larson.