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"Citysphere" color test by Eric Corriel.

DISPATCH – SEPT 26,2014 NEW YORK CITY, NY The visual arts claim extra attention in New York City this weekend with four art fairs or festivals unfurling across the boroughs. The DUMBO Arts Festival takes over a

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"Back of Fresh Pond Rocks" by Kirsten Benfield.

Dueling festivals take place this weekend with Southampton Septemberfest and the Sag Harbor American Music Festival presenting free family-friendly progamming throughout the weekend. On the art front, new exhibitions have opening receptions at Southampton Center, Ashawagh Hall

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Artist Ilya Kabakov. Photo courtesy www.kabakov.com.

For director Amei Wallach, the screening on September 26 of her film “Ilya and Emilia Kabakov: ENTER HERE” at the Parrish Art Museum—and the conversation with artist Emilia Kabakov that follows it—represents the culmination of a five-year

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"THE BEATLES ARE COMING" by Kevin Teare, 2007. Oil on Mylar, 38 x 38 inches. Photo by Gary Mamay.

For anyone interested in puzzling out the identity of Kevin Teare, there are abundant clues strewn in the path, and most are so self-evident that they might as well be road signs. For starters, there’s the title

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"Backstroke Sunburn (for LEB)" by Richard Baker, 2013. Oil on board, 7.5 x 7.5 inches.

Downtown Brooklyn artists are spotlighted in a new biennial opening this weekend. “BRIC Biennial: Volume I, Downtown Edition” presents 27 artists selected by a team of curators. It takes place at BRIC House in Brooklyn from September

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"The Green and White Warbler" by Jason Middlebrook, 2008. Oak plank, acrylic paint, steel, and cast concrete bottles, 64 1/4 x 44 x 17 7/8 inches.

Jason Middlebrook proudly refers to himself as a schizophrenic artist. For many years he has been torn between sculpture and painting. Instead of choosing one form over the other, Middlebrook has let the dichotomy play itself out

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"Surf's Up 2014.04" by J. Steven Manolis.

The Maritime Festival takes over Greenport Village this weekend and brings a pop up art show and opportunities for artists of all ages to art and have fun. Across the East End, there are plenty of exhibition

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“Mahone Bay” by WIlliam J. Glackens, 1910. Oil on canvas, 26 1/8 x 31 7/8 inches. Sheldon Museum of Art, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, UNL – Anna R. and Frank M. Hall Trust, H-193.

Museums are hopping on Long Island. Don’t let the end of summer fool you…the East End art scene is in full swing with museum exhibitions an integral part of the art experience. Highlights include a solo show

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