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Jack Lenor Larsen, LongHouse Founder, Was 93

The internationally known textile designer, collector, and author died at his home at the LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton on Tuesday.

Dec 23, 2020
Willem de Kooning: An Artist's Foundation for Giving

Since March, the Willem de Kooning Foundation has provided $550,000 in grants and challenge grants to several East End organizations, with a focus on Springs, to address hunger, child care, and medical care. That is in addition to contributions of $2.15 million to the much broader arts community.

Dec 23, 2020
Get It While You Can: Virtual Theater, Cinema, and Music 

With less gathering and more cocooning this holiday season, don't forget the rich trove of virtual offerings by South Fork's arts organizations when it's time to cozy up to the couch.

Dec 23, 2020
Portraits in the Time of Coronavirus

At any year's end, it's a good time to take stock and reflect on what has happened since the last Jan. 1. This year might require something deeper and more elaborate.

Dec 23, 2020
Dorothy Ruddick: A Rigorous Life

Rigor is a word that comes up again and again in the discussion of Dorothy Ruddick's life. The artist, who devised a way that fiber art could be used in combination with drawing and painting to create something else entirely, is on the precipice of a significant rediscovery.

Dec 17, 2020
Julian Schnabel Paints in Memory of Peter Beard

"Julian Schnabel: Trees of Home (For Peter Beard),” features six new plate paintings dedicated to Beard, who was his neighbor in Montauk, and will open Saturday at the Vito Schnabel Gallery in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Dec 17, 2020
LongHouse Announces New Trustees to Help With Transition

LongHouse Reserve in East Hampton has announced the addition of four new members to its board of trustees: Caroline Baumann, Derick T. George, Ayse Manyas Kenmore, and Fitzhugh Karol.

Dec 17, 2020
The Art Scene 12.17.20

An outdoor sculpture tour at the Parrish Art Museum, the holiday invitational at Romany Kramoris, and new shows and a new New York City space for Harper's

Dec 17, 2020
Warren Neidich on 'the Emancipatory Capacity of Art'

During the closing of cultural institutions last spring and after, Warren Neidich has emerged as a cultural force of his own. In May, he organized "Drive-By-Art," an outdoor public art exhibition where 62 South Fork artists exhibited their work on their properties, near roads, or on sidewalks.

Dec 10, 2020
Karen Kilimnik's Signs of the Season in Montauk

It's fitting that South Etna gallery. has given over its two rooms to Karen Kilimnik, whose works are best experienced in the aggregate as part of a thematic experience. They build on themselves in a way that makes each part more meaningful and act as a mini survey as well.

Dec 10, 2020
The Art Scene 12.10.20

James Croak's cast dirt sculptures in Southampton, Paul Davis's prints in Sag Harbor, and more

Dec 10, 2020
Bits and Pieces 12.10.20

Classical piano, a holiday cabaret streamed live from New York, and a zoom lecture about breaking into the arts field

Dec 10, 2020