Video, installations, photographic artwork made solely with Apple products and art inspired by cityscapes are on our radar for this weekend. The exhibitions are located across the Hamptons with receptions unfurling on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

This week's picks are "Long Dream: Tracy Borg" at Watermill Center; “Cindy Patrick: East of Eden” at the Quogue Library Gallery;  and concurrent shows "Other City" by Matt Kenny and "Recursions" by Adam Marnie at Halsey Mckay Gallery.

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“Long Dream: Tracy Borg” - Watermill Center  

The one-night only mixed media video installation takes place tonight only (June 5) from 6 to 8 p.m. Part of an ongoing and developing project, the installation includes looped video projected onto the doors of laundry machines. The project anticipates projecting videos of singular naked bodies swirling in underwater worlds onto washing machine doors in public laundromats on Long Island to create an analogy between spinning wet clothes and the dampened dreams of the Latino immigrant.

Borg is working in collaboration with photographers Experanza Sandoval and Walter Sanchez. Catch their concept at Watermill Center where Borg has been an artist-in-residence. Free but reservations are required.

Watermill Center is located at 39 Watermill Towd Road, Watermill, NY 11976. www.watermillcenter.org.

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Excerpt from "Long Dream" by Tacy Borg. Courtesy Watermill Center.

Video excerpt from "Long Dream" by Tacy Borg. Courtesy Watermill Center.

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“Cindy Patrick: East End Eden” at Quogue Library Gallery

Cindy Patrick retired her film explorations with "traditional" alternative photography processes in favor of making painterly images using only an iPhone and iPad. Considered "one of the leading practicians of iPhoneography," according to the gallery, Patrick has exhibited her work in galleries across the United States and abroad. She has contributed to two books on the subject and has presented at the annual MacWorld Conference as part of the “Mobile Masters Sessions.”

On Saturday, Patrick presents a lecture “Art in Your Pocket: Using the iPhone as a Creative Tool” at 1:30 p.m., followed by a reception for her solo show from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. The exhibition, "Cindy Patrick: East End Eden"  continues through June 29. The Quogue Library Gallery is located at 90 Quogue Street, Quogue, NY 11959. www.quoguelibrary.org.

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"Lazy Days of Summer" by Cindy Patrick, 2013. Digital (iPhone/iPad). Photo: Cindy Patrick.

"Lazy Days of Summer" by Cindy Patrick, 2013. Digital (iPhone/iPad). Photo: Cindy Patrick.

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"Other City" by Matt Kenny and "Recursions" by Adam Marnie at Halsey Mckay Gallery

Concurrent solo exhibitions of paintings by Matt Kenny and mixed media works Adam Marnie open on Saturday and continues through June 23 at  Halsey Mckay Gallery. An Opening Reception takes place on Sunday from noon to 4 p.m.

“Other City” Mr. Kenny’s first solo show at the gallery, includes three bodies of work that map the psychological and physical residue of New York City’s ever-expanding landscape.

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"Church Avenue 1" by Matt Kenny, 2012. Ink on paper, 50 x 38 inches.

"Church Avenue 1" by Matt Kenny, 2012. Ink on paper, 50 x 38 inches.

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Marnie's work on view continues his practice of site-specific installation and architectural intervention. The works feature red inkjet prints mounted onto altered sheets of drywall and are installed with the intent of transforming the exhibition space.

Halsey Mckay Gallery is located  at 79 Newtown Lane East Hampton, NY 11937. www.halseymckay.com

THREE TO SEE EXTRA:

Dan Flavin Art Institute opens a new exhibition designed to compliment a traveling retrospective currently on view at Dia:Beacon.  “A Friendship: Carl Andre’s Works on Paper from the LeWitt Collection” opens today (June 7) at the Bridgehampton museum and continues through March 2, 2105. For details, click "Dan Flavin Art Institute Opens Show Complimenting Retrospect".

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Three To See is a weekly column that presents Hamptons Art Hub’s short list of three exhibitions that shouldn’t be missed on the East End of Long Island.

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