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Summer in the Artful Hamptons

Summer is short and busy in the artful Hamptons. Now more than ever, there are high-quality galleries, sophisticated museum shows, performances, temporary exhibition spaces, pop-up events, and charity benefits—all to entice visitors away from beach and food. Herewith is a not-so-random yet in-no-way-comprehensive sampling of what this summer has been serving up. The real game-changer out on the East End...

Jewish museum turns to crowdfunding campaign for latest exhibit, with artworks as reward

Earlier today New York’s Jewish Museum launched its first ever crowdfunding campaign via Kickstarter in support of mounting an equally unconventional upcoming exhibition at the museum titled “Take Me (I’m Yours).” Donors who contribute toward the $30,000 fundraising goal will help pay for production costs. For the right price, these donors will be rewarded with gifts by participating artists,...

Charlotte cotton on Robert Cumming

As part of the Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists (A.i.A.'s August issue), we preview the 2016-17 season of museum exhibitions worldwide. In addition to offering their own top picks, our editors asked select artists, curators and collectors to identify the shows they are looking forward to. Here, Charlotte Cotton talks about Robert Cumming. “I’m so excited about this...

Ralph Lemon on Sibyl Kempson

As part of the Annual Guide to Galleries, Museums and Artists (A.i.A.'s August issue), we preview the 2016-17 season of museum exhibitions worldwide. In addition to offering their own top picks, our editors asked select artists, curators and collectors to identify the shows they are looking forward to. Here, Ralph Lemon talks about Sibyl Kempson. “I recommend seeing ‘12 Shouts to...

Life of Objects: An Interview with Mary Mattingly

Ecology, nomadic living and community participation are central to Mary Mattingly's collaborative projects. Triple Island, her next collaborative work, will open July 20 on Pier 42 in Lower Manhattan. It follows the Flock House Project (2012), which included a series of spherical living structures that migrated around New York, and the Waterpod (2009), a barge-based ecosystem with five living...

Glacial Pace: The Generative Art of Zach Gage

“When I walk down the street I want my smartphone to be doing searches constantly,” Google CEO Eric Schmidt said in 2010, according to an anecdote in Eli Pariser’s 2011 book The Filter Bubble. “‘Did you know?’ ‘Did you know?’ ‘Did you know?’ ‘Did you know?’” This may sound nightmarish, but it’s quickly becoming the fabric of reality for smartphone...

Rachel Uffner Gallery Now Reps Shara Hughes

Rachel Uffner Gallery, which is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, announced today that it now represents artist Shara Hughes. Hughes, who recently had a highly acclaimed solo exhibition at Marlborough Chelsea, is known for her paintings of vibrant and distorted landscapes and interiors. She has also had solo shows at Rivington Arms and Museum 52. In a statement,...

Miami’s gallery diet renames itself Nine Johnson, announces upcoming show of paintings by Seth Cameron

Late last year, Miami-based Gallery Diet moved from Wynwood to larger premises in Little Haiti. Since then, the gallery has held a Nicolas Lobo solo exhibition and given the 93-year-old artist and filmmaker Jonas Mekas his Miami gallery debut. Needless to say it’s been a busy few months for Gallery Diet, and owner Nina Johnson has decided to cement...

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