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The Art Scene 05.11.23

Ann Pibal and Emily Pettigrew at Halsey McKay, Alice Aycock drawings in Chelsea, Dan McCleary at Madoo, group shows at LTV and Alex Ferrone Gallery, and a virtual lecture on Charles Pollock, Jackson’s oldest brother.

May 10, 2023
New Guild Hall Hire

Melanie Crader has been hired as director of visual arts to oversee Guild Hall's exhibition program in the renovated galleries it will reopen in July.

May 10, 2023
The Art Scene 05.04.23

J. Oscar Molina at LongHouse, Richard Mothes at Clinton Academy, Laith McGregor at Tripoli, Nathan Slate Joseph at Keyes, and Seek One at White Room, 16 women at Ashawagh Hall, art talks at LTV, group show at Romany Kramoris.

May 3, 2023
History Captured by Harry Benson in Southampton

Photographs by Harry Benson that bring to life seven decades of political and cultural history will be at the Southampton Arts Center.

May 3, 2023
Miriam Schapiro Reconsidered at Firestone

An exhibition and panel discussion at Eric Firestone Gallery establish the wide ranging originality of Miriam Schapiro’s body of work, which included, but went far beyond strictly feminist content.

May 3, 2023
Scott Chaskey's Good Earth

The writer and farmer Scott Chaskey will be at The Church in Sag Harbor to talk about “Soil and Spirit,” his new collection of essays.

May 3, 2023
Oh, the Artists They Knew!

The new exhibition at the Pollock-Krasner House features artworks and other objects from more than 30 friends listed in Pollock and Krasner’s address books.

May 3, 2023
Lorraine Dusky: Writing for Impact

In the revised edition of her book “Hole in My Heart,” Lorraine Dusky advocates for the rights of adoptees to access their birth records, but cautions that adoptions don’t guarantee happy outcomes for the babies.

May 3, 2023
Bits and Pieces 05.04.23

Piano concert and a dance party at the Parrish, a communal fire at Ma’s House, classical music in Montauk and Southampton, streaming Dead and Company, Gilbert & Sullivan and a ‘Hamlet” talk in East Hampton.

May 3, 2023
Sex and Sag Harbor?

“Is There Still Sex in the City?,” Candace Bushnell’s one-woman show, will come to The Church in Sag Harbor for one night only, and tickets are selling fast.

May 3, 2023
Julie and Blake: A Remarkable Collaboration

The Sag Harbor Cinema will celebrate the collaboration between Julie Andrews and her husband Blake Edwards with an exhibition of rare photographs, sketches, artworks, and other memorabilia, as well as a screening of “S.O.B.”

May 3, 2023
Erni Is Named Parrish Curator

Parrish Art Museum marks its 125th year with invigorated curatorial and administrative leadership, naming Corinne Erni chief curator of art and education as it enters a global dialogue.

Apr 27, 2023