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"Untitled #34" by Vee Speers, 2013. From "The Bulletproof Series."

Art Southampton presented a diverse art fair with much to like. Unlike prior years, galleries presented mostly contemporary art with modern art having a modest presence. While walking along the broad aisles, I found myself  repeatedly drawn to

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Artwork by Nijole Kudirka.

The art world is a competitive place and the East End exhibition scene is no exception. There used to be a time when every gallery on the South Fork (before it was “the Hamptons”) had their walls

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"Cockatoo Whisper" by Hunt Slonem, 2007. Oil on canvas, 56 x 48 inches. Courtesy ARC Fine Art LLC.

If you’re looking for interesting art, the Hamptons galleries will not disappoint. This weekend, there are three strong contenders for your art gallery attention. Expressive lines couched in sculpture, drawings and painting are all on the schedule. Expect

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"Terrapin in Bloom" by Katherine Liepe-Levinson.

Art Southampton joins a vibrate scene of new gallery openings and art benefits this weekend on the East End. Taken together, art receptions and cultural events could easily fill the days and nights. Following is this weekend’s

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Matko Tomicic, Kim Cattrall, April Gornick, Michelle Isabelle Stark, Hal Buckner, Cindy Sherman, Agnes Gund, Fred Wilson, Dorothy Lichtenstein, and Ulf Skogsbergh. Photo by Patrick McMullan.

LongHouse Reserve drew over 500 guests–all donned in white and blue–for its summer benefit held on its art-filled grounds on July 19, 2014. “WHITE HOT + Blue 2″ honored photographer and filmmaker Cindy Sherman and Agnes Gund,

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“Still Life with Three Glasses” by William J. Glackens, mid-1920′s. Oil on canvas, 20 x 29 inches. Collection of the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH, Museum Purchase 1957, 957-O-111.

A traveling survey of painting by William Glackens opens at the Parrish Art Museum on Sunday, July 20, 2014. The show features over 75 artworks on paper or canvas spanning from the 1890s through 1930s. It is

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