Source: The Independent

Gallery Walk

by Jessica Mackin

June 26, 2013

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Down The Rabbit Hole

Richard J. Demato Fine Arts Gallery in Sag Harbor presents “Down The Rabbit Hole” a solo show for Margo Selski. The show opens on Saturday and runs through July 25. Visit

Haim Mizrahi

Haim Mizrahi will have a solo exhibition of paintings at the 4 North Main Gallery in Southampton. Opening reception from 3 to 9 PM on Saturday. The show will be on display through July 2.

Hamptons Gallery Weekend

Hamptons Gallery Weekend takes place Friday through Sunday at select galleries. The three-day weekend highlights art as a destination in the Hamptons with exhibitions, openings, receptions and performances. A percentage of the net sales will benefit The Retreat. Visit

The Glory Of Sail

“The Glory Of Sail,” an exhibition of classic yachts under sail by photographer Ed Gifford, will open on Saturday at Bruce Tait Yachts in Sag Harbor. The opening reception will take place from 5 to 8 PM.


Please, Please, Please!

"Please, Please, Please!" a solo exhibition by Max Snow will be on display through July 15 at the Fireplace Project in Springs. Visit

Halsey Mckay Gallery

Halsey Mckay Gallery presents Sam Moyer, Mike Tajima and Graham Collins through July 9.

Beyond Pigment

Karyn Mannix Contemporary presents “Beyond Pigment” at Hampton Hang Gallery in Water Mill on view from Friday through July 7. Works by Maria Bacardi, Charles McGill, Gabriele T. Raacke and Claire Watson. Visit

John Alexander

Guild Hall in East Hampton presents John Alexander, a visionary artist whose paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints most often contain representational imagery that have surreal elements incorporated into their multi-layered narratives. The show runs Saturday through July 28. Visit

Artists & Writers

East Hampton’s beloved Artists & Writers Softball Game will take to the field for its 65th annual game on August 17. In celebration, the Museum at Guild Hall opens “Artists & Writers: They Played in the Game.” The exhibition features many works from Guild Hall’s permanent collection of artists who have played in the game, along with works that are on loan.

Works from Guild Hall’s permanent collection of noted artist players such as Willem deKooning, Franz Kline, Warren Brandt, Jimmy Ernst, Eric Fischl, Ross Bleckner, Dan Flavin, Elaine deKooning, Balcomb Greene, Joan Mitchell, Bill King, Ibram Lassaw, Jackson Pollock, Larry Rivers, James Rosenquist, Wilfred Zogbaum, Herman Cherry, Audrey Flack, Dan Christensen, Paul Davis, Eric Ernst, Ray Prohaska, Esteban Vicente, Bill Durham, Calvin Albert, Adolph Gottlieb, and Syd Solomon will be shown. The show runs through July 28. Visit

Joel Perlman

Guild Hall in East Hampton presents Joel Perlman’s sculptures, on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden. The scupltures will remain on display through October. Visit

Extraordinarily Ordinary!

“Extraordinarily Ordinary!” photography by Mallory Samson is on display at the Southampton Historical Museum. The exhibit remains on view through August 2. Visit

Annika Connor

QF - Quattlebaum Foretich - Gallery in East Hampton presents Annika Connor’s solo painting exhibition, “The Hitchcock Kiss.” The show runs through Sunday.

The Flower Show

The Flower Show, paintings and drawings by Ronnie Chalif, Jennifer Cross, Felisa Dell, Sue Ferguson Gussow, Cornelia Foss, Alice Forman, Sheila Isham, Fay Lansner, Gerson Leiber, and William Rayner will open at the Southampton Cultural Center Levitas Center For The Arts, running through July 7. The show is curated by Arlene Bujese.

Alex Ferrone

Rosalie Dimon Gallery in Jamesport summer exhibit opens with artist Alex Ferrone. The show runs through August 2. 


“Insects: Real and Imaginary,” Claus Hoie’s watercolors are on view at Clinton Academy Museum in East Hampton through Sunday.

Vision in Color

Vision in Color by Donna Levy opens at Art Gallery at the Quogue Library. The exhibit runs through June.

Alice Aycock

The Parrish Art Museum presents a next exhibition, “Alice Aycock Drawings: Some Stories Are Worth Repeating.” The first comprehensive exploration of this vital aspect of the renowned sculptor’s creative process, the exhibition has been organized by Parrish Art Museum Adjunct Curator Jonathan Fineberg. Through July 13. For more info visit

Roots of MODERN

Roots of MODERN Exhibit at LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton runs through July 22.