About Hamptons Art Hub
Hamptons Art Hub.com is a blog / website presenting reviews, art news, event coverage, artist profiles, art fair reporting and dispatches of creative happenings in the Hamptons, NYC and beyond. Reviews, reportage and coverage are presented by a team of writers who are steeped in the art world.
Regular stories reveal the art scenes of the Hamptons, the East End of Long Island and a curated view of New York City. Select art fair coverage and art news of national and international interest are part of regular dispatches at Hamptons Art Hub. So is the occasional exhibition from across the country. Artists and events with a Hamptons connection are revealed at Hamptons Art Hub.com, providing an insider’s view of a vibrant contemporary art colony.
A partnership with Google’s Field Trip app, launched in March 2013, means that Hamptons Art Hub reviews, previews and reportage are popping up on Android phones and iPhones in the Hamptons, NYC and beyond.
Steady columns include the Art Round Up (new exhibition listings), Hamptons @NYC (new art openings in NYC with a Hamptons connection), Museum Look (exhibitions on view at Long Island art museums) and Three To See (not-to-miss exhibitions on the East End published in the summer season).
Special features include The Visual Diary, which reveals in photographs “what it was like to be there.” There’s laughs to be found in The Funny Pages, which publishes on occasional Sundays.
Hamptons Art Hub (or HAH! for short) is based in Sag Harbor, NY in the Hamptons. HAH is the brainchild of arts journalist and writer Pat Rogers.
WHO WE ARE
Pat Rogers is an award-winning arts journalist and the publisher of HamptonsArtHub.com. Rogers has been writing about arts and culture in the Hamptons since 1997. She contributed weekly to The Southampton Press (now The Press News Group) from 1997 to 2010. She was the arts columnist for Long Island Pulse magazine from 2007 through 2011. Her writing has been recognized by the New York Press Association and the Society of Professional Journalists (Chapter: Press Club of Long Island).
Mike Solomon is an art critic and art commentator for Hamptons art Hub. Solomon is a sculptor and painter, writer and art critic. His studio is based in East Hampton, NY. Solomon’s father is American abstract artist Syd Solomon (1917-2004). For Mike Solomon’s full bio, check out “Mike Solomon Joins Hamptons Art Hub.”
Esperanza León is an art critic for Hamptons Art Hub. León is an independent curator, writer and gallerist of SOLAR Contemporary Art and Design of East Hampton, NY. For her full bio, check in with “Esperanza León Joins Hamptons Art Hub.”
Gabrielle Selz is an art critic and arts writer for Hamptons Art Hub. Selz is an award-winning writer, live story-teller, art critic and teacher. Her first book, UnStill Life: A Memoir of Art and Love in the Age of Abstraction, is forthcoming from W.W. Norton & Company in 2014. For her full bio, visit “Gabrielle Selz Joins Hamptons Art Hub.”
Sandra Hale Schulman is an arts and lifestyle writer, author and filmmaker. She co-founded Spiritual America Gallery with Richard Prince in 1983 and 303 Gallery in 1984. After moving to South Florida and writing on the arts in Miami for a decade, she published an arts weekly in Palm Springs, produced three films and authored three books. Her full bio will publish shortly at HamptonsArtHub.com. www.sandraschulman.com
Sage Cotignola is the Summer art department intern and editorial assistant for Hamptons Art Hub. Cotignola has worked with HamptonsArtHub.com since its inception in June 2012. Cotignola is studying illustration at Pratt Institute. Check out her work at sagecotignola.carbonmade.com.
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