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Folioeast in East Hampton presents "The Barn Show" with artists Melinda Hackett, Anne Raymond, Barbara Thomas, and Mark Webber. An opening reception will be held on Saturday from 5 to 7 PM.
Many A Muse
The White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton presents "Many A Muse" with an opening reception featuring live music on Saturday from 6 to 8 PM. Featured artists include Scott Hewett, Lauren E. Loscialo, Ellyn Tucker, and John Chaney, aka Johnny Easel.
Into The Wind
RJD Gallery presents a solo exhibit with artist Andrea Kowch titled "Into The Wind." An opening reception will be held on Saturday from 6 to 8 PM. Meet the artists for the unveiling of nine new paintings by this emerging American Master.
"Young Jackie on the South Fork" explores the early life of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis and her pastimes in The Hamptons as captured through the lens of society photographer Bert Morgan. Curated and presented by the East Hampton Historical Society, this collection of timeless images of young Jackie Bouvier are reminiscent of a bygone era, synonymous with the romantically rich history of The Hamptons. Also on view is "Caught in a Flash: Press Photographs of East Hamptoners 1930-1950," on view on the second floor. The show runs through October 8.
East Hampton Historical Society's director, Jill Malusky, will offer a special curator's tour of Young Jackie on Saturday at 10 AM. The public is invited to join Malusky on this fun and informative tour of the East Hampton Historical Society's newest summer exhibition. The tour is free.
Grenning Gallery's 20th anniversary exhibition highlights some of its top artists throughout the years, including Ramiro, Ben Fenske, Paul Rafferty, Kamille Corry, Beth Rundquist, Ted Minoff, Maryann Lucas, Edwina Lucas, Jacob Collins, Marc Dalessio, Sarah Lamb, Melissa Franklin Sanchez, John Morfis, Anthony Ackrill, Nelson H. White, George Morton, and Stephen Bauman. The show runs through September 10 in Sag Harbor.
Tripoli Gallery presents "Summer Trip," a group exhibition curated by Katherine Bernhardt and Tripoli Patterson, featuring works by Yevgeniya Baras, Katherine Bernhardt, Todd Bienvenu, Katherine Bradford, Quentin Curry, Mira Dancy, Dan McCarthy, Jonathan Rajewski, and Claude Viallat. The show runs through September 18.
The Artist Study
The Artist Study Gallery and Studio in Southampton presents "Pitture della Vita." It is artist Megan Euell's first solo exhibit and will feature compositions of Southampton, Savannah, Florence, and Tuscany - which visually narrate the painter's path and chosen life as an artist. The exhibition will be on view through September 4.
Jackson Pollock: The Graphic Works
Guild Hall in East Hampton presents "Jackson Pollock: The Graphic Works." Jackson Pollock is best known for his stunning abstract poured paintings from the 1950s -- work which marked the high point of his artistic career. But many people may not realize that from 1943, Pollock also explored the art of printmaking quite different from his lithographs. Pollock's intaglios from 1944 and 1945 are critical in his development and forecast his signature style in painting. The show runs through October 9. Visit www.guildhall.org.
The Children's Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton presents "An Invitational," an exhibit featuring the work of over 55 East End artists. The month-long show will be on display through September 5.
The Amagansett Historical Association presents its sixth annual art show. The show highlights artists with roots in Amagansett and environs and takes place in a barn where art and antique carriages successfully co-exist. Among the artists included are Nicole Bigar, Rossa Cole, Lucy Cookson, Elliott Erwitt, Alice Hope, Kate Davis, Vincent Longo, Christa Maiwald, Pamela Morgan, Claire Nivola, Susan Wood Richardson, Michelle Stuart, and many others. The exhibition was curated by Elena Prohaska Glinn, Jeanie Trusty Stiles, Isabel Carmichael, and Nina Gillman. The show is on display through September 3.
Lens To Eye To Hand
The Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill presents "From Lens to Eye to Hand: Photorealism 1969 to Today," a survey of an important contemporary art movement spearheaded by artists who employed a groundbreaking creative process to embark upon a new way of seeing and depicting the world. On view through October 15, the exhibition features 73 paintings and works on paper by 35 artists.
Neo, Neo, Neoclassicism
The Drawing Room in East Hampton presents Joe Zucker's "Neo, Neo, Neoclassicism." Zucker has examined and broadened the meaning of painting through the use of unconventional materials including cotton balls, sash cord, and industrial mops. This is the artist's first solo gallery exhibition on the East End. The show will run through September 4. (Visit www.indyeatend.com and click archives to see our August 9 interview with Zucker.)
Rental Gallery in East Hampton presents Zachary Armstrong, Matthew Chambers, and Henry Taylor. The show runs through Monday.
Reisha Perlmutter debuts her first solo exhibit, "Immerse," at Roman Fine Art in East Hampton. The show includes over 15 new paintings from her water series, exploring the body, its relationship to water, and the science of color. The show runs through Sunday.
Parrish Road Show
The Parrish Art Museum's creative off-site summer series "Parrish Road Show" features the Bellport-based artist collective Auto Body, which transforms common roadside signage into public art through text-based artworks positioned along a 35-mile span of Montauk Highway. Auto Body reimagines the advertising medium from an object that promotes consumerism to one that calls attention to natural environments of the region. The exhibition is on view through September 4.
Christy's Art Center and Keyes Art in Sag Harbor present "Bert Stern: Lolita in Sag Harbor." It's an exhibition of photographs by world-renowned photographer Bert Stern, chronicling the filming of the 1962 film Lolita directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring Sue Lyon, parts of which were filmed at the American Hotel in Sag Harbor. The show runs through September 8.
Colors From The Air
East End Arts in Riverhead presents an exhibition at The Gallery at Borghese Vineyard titled "Colors from the Air," a solo art show by North Fork artist Patricia Feiler of Mattituck. This art exhibit will be on display through October 1.
Path To Presidency
The Bridgehampton Museum presents the "Path to Presidency" exhibit. The show features unique campaign textiles such as ceramics, flags, posters, parade lanterns, torches, games, and stickers that provide tangible insight into how and why our leaders became our leaders. The exhibition underlines the historically powerful role of mass-market campaign advertising in American elections, and runs through October 2.
Annie Cooper Boyd
The Sag Harbor Historical Society presents the exhibition "Across Time -- Contemporary Reflections on the Life and Art of Annie Cooper Boyd" at the Sag Harbor Historical Society and the John Jermain Memorial Library. The show will run through October 15.
Suffolk Historical Society
The Suffolk County Historical Society presents "Over Here, Over There: Long Island & the Great War." Commemorating the centennial of America's entry into the First World War, the exhibition features rare artifacts, maps, photographs, weaponry, posters, and more, depicting Long Islanders' experiences during the First World War. Curated by Richard F. Welch, this exhibit will be on display in the Grand Staas Gallery until January 2018.
Also on view, "Grucci: The Family That Lights the Skies." Known as America's first family of fireworks, six generations of the Grucci family have been lighting the skies since 1850. The exhibit will run to September 9 in the Weathervane Gallery.
The Suffolk County Historical Society in Riverhead presents "On This Site—The Indigenous People of Suffolk County," an art-based photography and research project by Shinnecock artist Jeremy Dennis. The exhibit is intended to help preserve and create awareness of culturally significant and sacred Native American sites in Suffolk County. The show will be on display in the Gish Gallery until September.