Looking for this weekend's list of exhibitions that are about to close? Then luck has arrived. Following are a few select shows that are closing soon on the East End and New York City. They include an exhibition of John Chamberlain's metal flake paintings, art inspired by Hurricane Sandy, the first of Julian Schnabel's four exhibitions, and a solo show of monochromatic abstract paintings.

EAST END

“ON AN EASTERN SHORE" - Outeast Gallery in Montauk. Closes April 27. 

The show features photography by Ingrid M. Liot and paintings by Peter Ngo. Outeast Gallery is located at 65 Tuthill Road, Montauk, NY 11954. www.facebook.com/outeastmtk.

RELATED: "ART REVIEW: Ruminations of Water Mused in Montauk" by Scott Bluedorn.

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"The Universe Within: No.1” by Ingrid Silva, 2014. Archival digital print mounted on cintra, with Plexiglass, 30 x 40 inches, Edition of 10.

"The Universe Within: No.1” by Ingrid Silva, 2014. Archival digital print mounted on cintra, with Plexiglass, 30 x 40 inches, Edition of 10.

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“JOHN CHAMBERLAIN: IT AIN’T CHEAP” at DAN FLAVIN ART INSTITUTE in Bridgehampton. Closes April 27.

The exhibition presents six of the artist’s rarely exhibited metal paintings from 1965 and the 1965 sculpture “It Ain’t Cheap.” The works are from a series of 12-inch-square paintings that were presented at Leo Castelli Gallery in January 1965 in the solo exhibition “Paintings done in auto lacquer and metal flake on formica.”

RELATED: “‘No Slouch!’: The Spray Lacquer Metal Flake Paintings of John Chamberlain” by Mike Solomon.

'Kinks' by John Chamberlain.1965. Dia Art Foundation. © 2013 Fairweather & Fairweather LTD / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: David Heald. ©Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York.

'Kinks' by John Chamberlain.1965. Dia Art Foundation. © 2013 Fairweather & Fairweather LTD / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: David Heald. ©Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York.

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“INE WIJTVLIET: LIFE, LIVING AND RELIVING” - Quogue Library Gallery in Quogue. Closes April 28.

Work on view includes figure drawings and paintings inspired by the artist’s experience during and after Hurricane Sandy. The Quogue Library is located at 90 Quogue Street, Quogue, NY 11959. www.quoguelibrary.org.

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“Reviving SANDY” by Ine Wijtvliet, 2014. Acrylic on paper, 18 x 24 inches. Photo Credit: Ine Wijtvliet/whitefleet design inc.

“Reviving SANDY” by Ine Wijtvliet, 2014. Acrylic on paper, 18 x 24 inches. Photo Credit: Ine Wijtvliet/whitefleet design inc.

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NEW YORK CITY

"JAMES AUSTIN MURRAY - MYSTERY OF LIGHT" at Lyons Wier Gallery in Chelsea. Closes May 3.

The exhibition presents abstract monochromatic works using a pure black palette by James Austin Murray. It is his first solo show at the gallery. Lyons Wier Gallery is located at 532 West 24th Street, New York, NY 10011. www.lyonswiergallery.com.

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"Invincible Serenity" by James Austin Murray, 2014. Oil on canvas on foam, 48 x 64 inches.

"Invincible Serenity" by James Austin Murray, 2014. Oil on canvas on foam, 48 x 64 inches.

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“JULIAN SCHNABEL: FLAG PAINTING” at KARMA in NoHo. Closes April 26.

The exhibition features new works that use found flags as canvas. To accompany the exhibition, KARMA published the monograph “Draw A Family which covers 40 years of Schnabel’s practice. KARMA is located at 39 Great Jones Street, New York, NY 10012.  www.karmakarma.org.

RELATED: ”Spring Sees Julian Schnabel Showing All Over” by Andrew Botsford.

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From "Flag Painting" by Julian Schnabel exhibited at Karma

From "Flag Painting" by Julian Schnabel exhibited at Karma

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“A SENSE OF PLACE: IMAGES OF NEW YORK” at Birnam Wood Galleries in Chelsea. Closes April 26.

Exhibiting artists are Ramon Espantaleon, Susan Grossman, John Hardy, Beth O’Donnell, Clifford Smith, Fred Stein and Andrew Kertesz. Birnam Wood Galleries is located at 514 West 24 Street, 3W, New York, NY 10011. www.birnamwoodart.com.

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BASIC FACTS: The Last Call List, a listing of select exhibition closings on the East End of Long Island and New York City, is published weekly at HamptonsArtHub.com.

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