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"Untitled" by Emerson Woelffer, 1968.

Art on the East End continues to thrive with exhibition receptions, talks and concerts. Saturday boasts a a bundle of art events including an Opening Reception for Janice Melman and Emerson Woelffer at Quogue Gallery as well as

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Crowd at the White Room Gallery. Photo by Daniel Schoenheimer. Courtesy of The White Room Gallery.

The brand new White Room Gallery on Main Street in Bridgehampton had its Grand Gallery Opening on Saturday, May 9. Large crowds attended the official opening and enjoyed live music by Mama Lee and Friends. Art lovers

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“Silver Insecta Lamp” by Choe U- Ram, 2013. Metallic material, machinery, electronic device (CPU board, motor, LED), magnet, 11.4 x 5.9 x 5.9 inches. Exhibited with Gallery Hyundai. Photo by Sage Cotignola.

James Croak takes a tough look at Frieze New York in “Critic’s View: Frieze, Unfrozen”. In addition, we’ve put together a slideshow of art and scenes for even more views into Frieze New York 2015. Visit our

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"Quincy Jones" by Xavier Veilhan, 2015. Oak, plywood, acrylic paint, 48 1/4 x 20 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches. Exhibited with Galerie Perrotin. Photo by Sage Cotignola.

Frieze. What a curious title for an art fair in a red hot art market. Of course the title literally refers to a feature of classical architecture wherein carved figures hover above entryways; still, one cannot but

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Art Acquisition Logo, Hamptons Art Hub.

Q: Is art a good investment? I am often asked to comment on whether or not art is “a good investment.” In my experience, most collectors still buy art because of an emotional or aesthetic connection, rather

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Katelijne De Backer.

Katelijne De Backer knows art fairs. Spending around 12 years as Executive Director of The Armory Show and leading the charge (and change) from The Armory’s long-standing location at 69th Regiment Armory on Lexington Avenue to the Piers (92/94)

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Artwork by Paton Miller. Courtesy of the Southampton Historical Museum.

A big chunk of the Hamptons art scene can be found in New York City at Frieze Art Week. Meanwhile, there continues to be art events unfolding on the East End. Noteworthy is “The Big Show” at

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